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Seven men have been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of a law student who was killed in a botched drive-by shooting. Aya Hachem was claimed to be in the “wrong place at the wrong time” when she was slain on 17 May last year in Blackburn, Lancashire.
She died in the hospital when a bullet entered her shoulder, traveled through her body, and struck a telegraph pole. Feroz Suleman,40, had planned to execute a rival tyre store owner, but the gunman accidentally killed Ms Hachem with a second round.
Anthony Ennis, 31 years old, and hitman Zamir Raja, 33 years old, drove the Toyota three times on board before the fourth deadly pass, passing Quick Shine Tyres.
CCTV took a “side seat” for the shootout Suleman had prepared to aim at Pacha Khan, proprietor of Quick Shine, out of the buildings next door to RI Tyre.
The event culminated in a feud between Suleman and Mr Khan, which began when Quick Shine also began selling tyres.