Mohammed Tariq jailed for seven years for Johnny Assani manslaughter
A 26-YEAR-OLD has been convicted of playing a part in the killing of Derby father Johnny Assani.
Today, a jury found Mohammed Tariq guilty of the manslaughter, after deliberating on the verdict for more than seven hours.
He was jailed for seven years.
The 43-year-old father was left lying, unconscious and bleeding, on the ground in Walbrook Road, after being punched and kicked by up to 11 men.
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Mr Assani, of the Pear Tree area, died in hospital the following day, on August 15 last year.
Tariq, of Walbrook Road, Derby, is the third person to be convicted of causing Mr Assani’s death.
In March, Tariq’s brothers, Mohammed Shahid and Mohammed Rafiq, known as Tahir, were convicted of the offence.
Tariq was not tried until now because he “went to ground” after the incident, and was not arrested until February 8 this year.