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Timi Spahiu case: 'How can a man that did nothing now be serving 33 years?'

PUBLISHED September 25, 2012

Around midnight on the morning of 14 October 2006, shots were fired in an Albanian/Kosovan club in Park Royal, north-west London. One man, Prel Marku, died from a fatal injury to his brain and two others were wounded. The shooting was the result of a feud between two gangs over who had the right to rob the parking metres of the West End.

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