3 gang members get life in jail for stabbing a Nigerian man to death in London


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Three gang members have been jailed for life after slashing a Sainsbury’s worker to death with machetes and knives as he left a shift in Charlton. The court heard how 25-year-old Tobi Animashaun (pictured top left) had been surrounded and stabbed to death as he left work. 

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Those convicted are: Jeremiah Lloyd Johnson, 23, Codie Goodensimms, 22, Antoin Gray, 22. The court heard how on Sunday, 11 September 2016 Tobi went to his place of work, Sanisbury’s Supermarkets Distribution Centre in Anchor and Hope Lane, Charlton.

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He had finished work and came out of the depot at around 19:45hrs. Witnesses described how three cars full of young males had parked outside the front gates.

As Tobi walked out he was approached by at least one of the men from the car who started to speak to him. 

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Witnesses heard the conversation was around Tobi working and whether he was still part of ‘Road Life’. The group then attacked Tobi without warning. They were armed with various weapons, which included knives, machetes and a baseball bat. 

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During the course of the assault Tobi was stabbed a number of time including one wound to his abdomen and another to his heart. One of the attackers, who was armed with a knife, also threatened the members of the public who were witnessing the horrifying assault. After the attack the gang made off in the three cars.

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