Saimah Ali’s relatives due to be sentenced after Moor Lane fight

Saimah Ali’s relatives due to be sentenced after Moor Lane fight

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Amanda Hall

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Saimah Ali’s relatives due to be sentenced after Moor Lane fight

Relatives of murder victim Saimah Ali are due to be sentenced after a fight outside their house left her two brothers in hospital.

Brothers Fezan, 22 and Harun Hussain, 20 appeared at Reading Crown Court today alongside their parents Shamin, 58 and Mozamal Hussain, 57.

Fezan admitted beating two relatives with a hammer outside his house in Moor Lane, North Town, Maidenhead, in the early hours of April 7.

The two victims, Mohammed Abbas Ali, 29 and Mansoor Ali, 20, are the grieving brothers of murdered Saimah Ali, who died in a house fire in the same road last summer. Her killer has been jailed.

Harun and his parents admitted to affray in connection with the same incident which left the two men in hospital with head injuries.

Ballal Hussain, 19, who appeared at the same hearing, was formally discharged after being found not guilty of affray.

Fezan pleaded guilty to one count of grievous bodily harm and one count of actual bodily harm.

All have been released on conditional bail and cannot enter Moor Lane, Laggan Road or Switchback Road.

They are due to be sentenced at the same court on January 6. Reasons for the attack were not discussed during the hearing.

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