Chilling moment masked knifeman, 17, stalks ‘role model’ student, 16, outside college before stabbing him to death


THIS is the chilling moment a masked knifeman stalked a ‘role model’ student outside school before stabbing him to death.

CCTV footage shows Laoui Ali, 17, riding the bus from home in Birmingham on his way to butcher 16-year-old Sidali Mohamed outside the gates of the city-centre Joseph Chamberlain College.

CCTV footage shows Laoui Ali, 17, riding the bus from home in Birmingham
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Sidali’s family paid tribute to their ‘amazing’ son
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The aspiring boxer can be seen hanging outside the school as he waits with a concealed knife.

He then puts on a mask and nonchalantly strolls past students filing their way out of class.

After a brief exchange of words he lunches forward and punches Sidali in the face.

As the two brawl on the ground, Sidali is fatally stabbed as horrified teens watch on.


A security guard can then be seen picking up the discarded knife from the ground.

Ali – who was on bail for another stabbing at the time of the attack – was found guilty of murder at Birmingham Crown Court on Friday.

The teen faces life behind bars when he is sentenced on Monday.

Sidali’s family said in a statement: “He was an amazing son, brother, cousin, nephew and a fantastic friend.

“Sidali was an ambitious young man with his whole life ahead of him.

“Sidali’s death has left a huge void in our family.

“We hope this conviction will serve as a lesson to those young people who are involved in knife crime.

“Sidali will always be remembered as our happy little boy who brought joy and happiness amongst his family and friends. Sidali will always remain in our hearts and his legacy will live on.”

Ali faces life in jail for the attack
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A security guard picked up the discarded murder weapon
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The attack took place outside a school gate
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