A Muslim from Berkshire has appeared in court charged with killing promising 18 year old student Kieran Crump Raiswell last week in the Whalley Range area of Manchester. The Muslim killer Imran Akhtar Hussain, 26 claims to be a student. These Muslim mature students commiting horrible crimes are taking place at an alarming rate. The unprovoked murder took place in broad daylight as he walked down the street after showing a bit of initiative by handing his CV out to local businesses when the savage struck and stabbed him in the chest. The victim did nothing to deserve having his young life taken. He just happened to be a white non Muslim in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Man in court accused of killing student Kieran Crump Raiswell
24 Jan 2013 11:55
Imran Akhtar Hussain, 26, made a two-minute appearance charged with the murder of the 18-year-old in Whalley Range last week
A man has appeared in court accused of stabbing a gap-year student to death in the street in Manchester.
Imran Akhtar Hussain, 26, made a two-minute appearance charged with the murder of Kieran Crump Raiswell last week.
Unshaven and wearing a dark blue sweater and trousers, Hussain, of Tilehurst Lane, Bracknell, Berkshire, spoke only to confirm his name, age and address from the dock at Trafford Magistrates’ Court. The court heard he is a student living in Coventry but his family home is in Bracknell.
He was also charged with common assault by beating Paul Kershaw in Nottingham on January 4. No pleas were entered.
Lynn Rogers, prosecuting, told the court: “The common assault, the crown say, there is a nexus between the two offences and they are linked.”
There was no application for bail and Hussain was remanded into custody by Anne Marie Evans, chairwoman of the bench, to appear at Manchester Crown Court on Friday.
Mr Crump Raiswell, described as a “caring and quiet” teenager, died after he was stabbed in the heart while walking along the street in broad daylight in an apparently motiveless attack.
On a gap year before starting university, his family said the youngster “had his whole life ahead of him”, and may have been intending to hand out his CV to shops and businesses when he was attacked while walking through Whalley Range in south Manchester on January 16.
He was given first aid by a passing fire crew but his injuries proved too severe and he died in hospital. A post-mortem examination concluded he died from a stab wound to the chest.
Mr Crump Raiswell lived with his father, an interpreter, and mother, a council worker, along with a younger brother and sister in the Chorlton area of south Manchester. He was due to go to Sheffield Hallam University in the autumn to study history.