Six teens jailed for stabbing gang rival to death pictured for first time – The Sun

SIX teenagers jailed for stabbing a gang rival to death have been pictured for the first time.

They chased 18-year-old Lyndon Davis down an alley and murdered him yards from his home in Romford, Essex.


Jordan Worrie, 18, Connor Corcoran, 18, Michael Corcoran, 17, Tyler Faubel, 18, Jordan Muingilu, 18, and Ali Ali, 16, were convicted in July.

They were given life with minimum terms of 11 to 16 years at Woolwich crown court.

All had been involved with the OC gang except Ali, then aged 14.

Prosecutor Brian O'Neill QC told the sentencing hearing: “This was a deliberate and planned ride into enemy territory. They did not find themselves in Marks Gate that night by accident.”

Judge Andrew Lees accepted the six did not plan to kill Mr Davis, but intended to cause serious harm.

He said the murder of Lyndon Davis had “caused lasting grief and trauma to his family.”

He added: “No mother should have to endure the death of her child.”

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