2 of the 4 suspects who robbed Pakistani-born British boxer Amir Khan last year have refused to admit their crime.
According to foreign media, Pakistani-born British boxer Aamir Khan was robbed in London last year when he was returning from a restaurant with his wife. The robbers stole a watch worth 70,000 pounds from him and fled.
The trial of the suspects took place yesterday in the British court, where two suspects denied the crime, while one suspect admitted to facilitating the robbery as a driver.
During Thursday’s trial, the jury was shown CCTV footage of the robbery with Aamir Khan, which showed boxer Aamir Khan, 36, with his wife Faryal Makhdoom, 31, leaving the restaurant and crossing the road to their car. which was being driven by his friend Umar Khalid, meanwhile 2 bandits get out of the Mercedes car parked in front.
As soon as Aamir Khan goes to open the car door, a robber runs towards him and pulls a gun on him, the robbers escape after the incident.
In this trial, in the case of robbery, the accused Bana confessed to being involved in the incident and possessing an imitation firearm, while the two accused refused to accept the crime. Ahmad Bana, 25, and the gunman, Dent Campbell, pleaded guilty to their role in the robbery with Aamir Khan, while Ismail Muhammad, 24, and Nurul Amin, 25, pleaded not guilty.