mur­der con­vic­tion

Man found guilty in 2014 night­club killing: Vic­tim shot in the chest

Edmonton Sun - - NEWS -

a man was con­victed Fri­day of sec­ond-de­gree mur­der for the 2014 night­club killing of bekri Mo­hamed.

court of Queen’s bench Jus­tice adam Ger­main found Luq­man Os­man guilty on the sec­ond-de­gree mur­der charge, as well as sev­eral firearms of­fences.

Mo­hamed, 31, was shot dead at Papyrus restau­rant and Lounge, 11124 107 ave. on Nov. 5, 2014.

a canada-wide war­rant for Os­man was is­sued by ed­mon­ton city po­lice af­ter the killing. More than a year later, he was fi­nally ar­rested in Mon­treal.

ac­cord­ing to an agreed state­ment of facts en­tered as an ex­hibit on the open­ing day of the trial, po­lice re­cov­ered a loaded Smith & Wes­son hand­gun dur­ing their in­ves­ti­ga­tion. the agreed facts also re­vealed that a sin­gle bul­let struck Mo­hamed in the chest, pierc­ing his right ven­tri­cle and the left lobe of his liver. an au­topsy found that his cause of death was blood loss.

Os­man, now 29, is to be sen­tenced on Jan. 28.


Luq­man Os­man was con­victed on Fri­dayof sec­ond-de­gree mur­der for a night­club killing in 2014.

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