Two teenagers who stabbed music producer Dean Pascal-Modeste to death facing jail

We all know fuckery white British Dj Tim Westwood 60 years of age needs to take some responsibility and have some empathy for negro people especially living and operating in London a city plagued with a knife and gun crime epidemic recently labeled “The most dangerous city in Europe”.The figures for London showed a 42 percent rise in the number of overall offenses of gun crime and an increase of 24 percent rise in the number of knife crime offenses, with 12,074 offenses last year, compared to 9,742 in 2015/16. More worryingly, there was also a rise in the number of guns being fired on London’s streets, up from 239 cases in 2015/16 to 306 cases in the last financial year.There was also a 20 percent increase in the rate of knife attacks involving injuries to victims, up from 3,663 to 4,415 in 2016/17.

Overall, the number of offenses in London rose for the first time in several years.There was a total of 774,737 crimes recorded in the capital last year.

Mr Westwood has linked with Youtube to create a program called Crib Sessions where he invites various artists  to perform or be interviewed we understand supporting up and coming artists but when them artists are juveniles talking about real life incidents of murder and intent to murder we as grown-ups we as parents and guardians regardless of colour need to check Westwood and Youtube and their true intent and motivation for continuing to promote and incite murder in the negro community.

Two teenagers who stabbed music producer Dean Pascal-Modeste to death facing jail

Two teenagers who stabbed to death an innocent music producer after he was caught up in a “poisonous” YouTube rap feud featuring DJ Tim Westwood are facing life in prison today.

Corey Donaldson and Alex Scott, both 18, were part of a mob who hunted down 21-year-old Dean Pascal-Modeste on his way to a recording session, stabbing him in broad-daylight as children were being collected from a nearby school.

The killers were members of the Lewisham-based B-Side gang, who were locked in a tit-for-tat battle with rivals from the Splash gang.

Mr Pascal-Modeste, who was friends with people associated with the Splash gang but not involved himself, became a target as he walked across the Chinbrook estate in Grove Park, south-east London on February 24 with a friend

An eyewitness likened the attackers to a “pack of wolves” as one group surrounded Dean on mopeds and a second group pursued him on foot.

At the Old Bailey this afternoon, Donaldson and Scott were both found guilty by a jury of murdering Mr Pascal-Modeste. Donaldson shouted out “you’ll never see me again” as he was led away to the cells.

The court heard Mr Pascal-Modeste, an aspiring music producer under the name Floss, had agreed to help with a recording session with the Splash gang.

The gang and B-Side had both featured in YouTube rap recording sessions with former Radio 1 DJ Tim Westwood, and had traded barbs with each other in online videos.

“Dean Pascal-Modeste was not, himself, a member of any gang. Indeed, there is no evidence that his attackers would even have known who he was”, said prosecutor Crispin Aylett QC

“The murder of Dean Pascal-Modeste has its roots in a poisonous feud between the Splash gang and the B Side gang.

“In other words, Dean Pascal-Modeste was stabbed to death not for who he was or for anything that he had done, instead he was murdered for the company that he kept.”

He said the attackers “came from nowhere” when Mr Pascal-Modeste was alone on the estate: “Dean was hunted down and surrounded. The group of youths crowded around him and attacked him. A number of them, if not all of them, must have been armed with weapons.”

The court heard Dean suffered fourteen stab wounds, including one that punctured his lung, during a “pitiless attack” and died at the scene.

Jurors were told he was “passionate” about making his mark in the music business, and had been working with a production company called London Base.

“A number of the witnesses had been collecting their children from school. This attack, you may think, was as outrageous as it was brazen”, added Mr Aylett.

“This was not a spontaneous eruption of violence brought on by a dirty look or a word spoken out of place. Instead this was a coordinated attack in which a number of those involved were armed either with guns or knives.”

Donaldson and Scott, both from Deptford denied murder but were convicted by the jury who deliberated for six days. Donaldson was also found guilty of possession of an offensive weapon.

A third defendant, Uzeome Emeofa, 19, from Catford, was found not guilty of murder by the jury.

A sentencing hearing will take place for the two killers later this month.

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