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Race hate killer Imran 'Baldy' Shahid only survived a vicious prison mob beating because he is so muscular, court hears

 15-year-old Kriss Donald
RACE hate killer Imran “Baldy” Shahid only survived a vicious beating by a prison mob because he is so bulked up, a court heard yesterday.
Shahid, 36, is serving life for the chilling abduction and brutal murder of 15-year-old Kriss Donald.
Evil Shahid was working out on a rowing machine when his attackers struck at Kilmarnock prison in February.
Murderer William Crawford, 25, was the only inmate prosecuted, the town’s sheriff court heard.

Prosecutor Bernard Ablett said Shahid trained in the gym with fellow prisoner Bernard Bisset.
Killer Shahid has been working out in prison

The gym was busy on the night of the attack and was supervised by two instructors.
Mr Ablett said: “At around 8.15pm, Imran Shahid was using a rowing machine when the accused Crawford lifted a 15kg weight from nearby. [33 lbs]
“He lifted the weight above his head and then struck the top of Shahid’s head from behind, knocking him onto the floor.
“Crawford then threw the weight onto Shahid’s chest before stamping on him as he lay motionless.
“Other prisoners armed with metal poles repeatedly struck Shahid.”
Blood pooled on the gym floor, the court heard.
Shahid is serving a minimum of 25 years for leading the gang who abducted and killed Kriss in 2004.
They snatched the terrified boy off the street in Glasgow’s Southside because he was white and drove him around Scotland for hours.
Then, in a crime that shocked the country, they stabbed Kriss repeatedly and set him on fire while he was still alive.  MORE      thank you Rebel Carrie

KRISS Donald murderer Imran “Baldy” Shahid has glorified his brutal life of violence in sick poetry which has been entered for a national award scheme for prison art.

Shahid’s revolting writing shows no remorse for Kriss or his grieving family. Instead, he justifies his depraved behaviour and tries to portray himself as a fearless gangster, rather than a coward who murdered a defenceless boy.
In one poem, called 50 Levels of Wrath, Shahid writes: “Anger, pain, the world has to pay.”
And he revels in his vicious life of violence, writing: “Respect is overrated, fear’s what I seek.
“Murder and mayhem, the tools of my wrath.
“I’m the hater of man, the bringer of death.”
The poem is marked as an entry for the Koestler Awards, run by prison charity the Koestler Trust.  more

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