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