In the case of terrible blasting at the supermarket in Leicester of Central England, a British court convicted three individuals. The vicious blasting snatched five lives for an attempted scam based on an insurance policy.
The court revealed the accusation of Aram Kurd who rented the shop and his two friends including Arkan Ali and Hawker Hassan, as they executed their vicious scheme through the plotting of destruction of the business so that they can easily claim insurance on it.
They used 26 litres of petrol for executing their plotting which enkindled such a powerful explosion that some neighbouring residents thought the incident as a terrific bomb blasting.
The blasting on 25th February smashed the entire building, as well as Ali’s girlfriend Viktorija Ljevleva of 22 years old had been died along with a family who was living above the shop.
The family lived with 46 years old Mary Ragoobeer and her two teenage sons Shane and Sean, along with Shane’s 18 years old girlfriend Leah Beth Reek.
Rragoobeer’s husband Jose was busy in work during this powerful explosion and a third son was rescued from the ruining.
Prosecutor of Leicester Crown Court, David Herbert told the three convicted had left Ievleva to die in the shop because “ she knew too much” about an insurance policy which was registered just before three weeks of the blast.