Two Guilty: one Not Guilty
of firearms charges.
Gun not recovered.


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Crown Court at Bradford (UK), 10 July 2018

Prosecutor Ms Michelle Colborne QC told the Court that the paranoia of Jamal Ali Barrat (45) from Newcastle was behind the firearms and firearms-related charges of which a jury at Crown Court in Bradford today unanimously found Mr Barrat and Mr Mohammed Nassir (35) from Sheffield guilty of committing. Their co-defendant, Mr Said Djama (28), also from Sheffield, was found Not Guilty. Mr Djama was discharged by the judge. The trial judge was His Honour Judge Durham-Hall QC, the recorder of Bradford. Sentencing is tomorrow. The gun from which the charges arise had not been found as of 10 July, 2018, according to a police officer outside Court today.

Helen Gavaghan [First posted online around 19.00 BST, 10-7-18]