A group of males who attacked and stabbed a man in the middle of a busy street in Tower Hamlets have been found guilty of attempted murder.
During the proceedings, the court heard how the attack was due to a feud between the group and their victim who was 22. The attack happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy street.
Detective Constable Megan Bushell of the Central East Command Unit said: “This was a shocking attack in the middle of a busy street in broad daylight.
“The victim received multiple stab wounds and, according to the surgeon who operated on him, if he had arrived at hospital seconds later he would have died. He has received injuries that will stay with him for life, leaving him no longer able to walk.
“Violence has no place on our streets – I hope these convictions send a strong message that it will not be tolerated and those responsible will be arrested and put before the courts.”
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