Disgusting Insult “At Least I’m Not Dead, Bro” Towards Bradley Gledhill Outside Leeds Crown Court After Six Men Charged With Murder.

“At Least I’m Not Dead Bro” 

This shocking footage shows one of the people believed to be a family member of one of the murderers mocking the fact that Bradley Gledhill was brutally murdered. He is seen outside Leeds Crown Court saying “At Least I’m Not Dead, Bro” to an independent reporter on the scene. 

He said the shocking comments after leaving Leeds Crown Court. Then went on to smile and laughed as if he was mocking Bradley, who was brutally murdered last year. 

On the same day, the 6 Pakistani men he was associated with were given life sentences after Bradley was murdered, and his two friends seriously injured in an attack on a Batley street. 

Four of the six were also sentenced for the attempted murder of another man, with one of those men also sentenced for a Section 18 assault on the other of the three victims. 

All the men were found guilty of the offences following a trial at Leeds Crown Court. 

Usman Karolia, 20, from Batley, who was sentenced to life with a minimum 21 years to serve in prison for the murder of Bradley, 18 years for attempted murder and five years for Section 18 assault. 

Ahmed Karolia, 24, from Batley who was sentenced to life with a minimum 16 years in prison for murder and 14 years for attempted murder. 

Nabeel Naseer, 18, from Dewsbury who was sentenced to life with a minimum 11 years in prison for murder and eight years for attempted murder. 

Raja Nawaz, 19, from Heckmondwike who was sentenced to life with a minimum 12 in prison years for murder. 

Irfan Hussain, 17, from Batley, was sentenced to life with a minimum 11 years for murder and 10 years for attempted murder. 

Nikash Hussain, 17, from Dewsbury was sentenced to life with a minimum 10 years to serve for murder. 

Bradley was brutally murdered in the street in front of his friends during the evening of Sunday 21 June. 

The court heard that the 20-year-old and his two friends came across their attackers by chance, with no evidence existing to suggest a meeting had been planned or of there being any prior contact between the two groups. 

They were then viciously attacked by the six Pakistani men with all three victims receiving significant knife injuries. 

Police and paramedics attended, but despite treatment including first aid from residents, Bradley did not survive the attack. 

Detective Chief Inspector Vanessa Rolfe, of the Homicide and Major Enquiry Team, said: 

“This was a horrific offence in which a 20-year-old male has lost his life following an outbreak of violence in which knives were used… All three victims were seriously injured, with Bradley paying the ultimate price in an incident which vividly demonstrates the dreadful human cost of knife crime… Those involved continued to attack Bradley even after he had been wounded and was laid defenceless on the floor. We welcome the sentences imposed on them today for their roles in the joint enterprise murder of a male who, at 20-years old, had his whole life ahead of him.” 

He then went on to state: 

“The victims did nothing to provoke the horrendous attack on them, and officers left no stone unturned to identify and arrest those responsible for this senseless act of violence…. Our thoughts are with Bradley’s parents, family and the other victims in this case”.

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