This 26yo young woman, Gulistan Subasi, mother of one child, was gunned down in her mother’s doorway in March last year.
Today, the dude who pulled that trigger was sentenced to life in prison (minimum 20 years). The meeja is all over this because he is “Britain’s youngest hitman”. He was 15 at the time. The dude who engaged the services of the “hitman”, a 25yo, also got a life sentence with a minimum of 22 years.
So what is Fab Libber talking about then?
Follow the trail. Hitman, dude who engaged hitman … trail ends here. Who hired these dudes? Who paid them?
The young woman, who had a son from a previous marriage, was about to return to Turkey to get remarried. You win the Einstein Award for guessing who was behind her cold-blooded murder, her ex-husband. Well actually, that is a No Shit Sherlock, there is on average a 48% chance that a current or former partner murdered a female. The cops never have to be too clever in solving female homicides. Flip a fucking coin.
Ms Subasi was in London, visiting with her mother, in time to celebrate her young son’s birthday. That will be a nice thing for the kid to remember every year just before his birthday, “this was the day my father arranged for my mother to be murdered”. Ms Subasi answered her mother’s door, to be met with a shotgun blast to the chest. Her mother, upstairs, heard her daughter cry out “Mama”. Ms Subasi died shortly afterwards in hospital.
From a longer article (focusing on the two sentenced):
Despite having never held a gun in his life, Gayle quickly agreed to kill the young mother for a fee of £2,000, although he later received only £200.
The Old Bailey heard that Miss Subasi was executed on the orders of her ex-husband Serdar Ozbek, 29, who feared she would take their son out of the country because she was about to marry someone else.
The court was told that he arranged the killing in telephone calls to London from Turkey. However, Ozbek was cleared of murder after the court heard he was in Turkey when his former wife was shot dead.
Three others were also charged for their involvement, but found not guilty.
So there you have it. You can get away with arranging a murder as long as you are out of the country when you do it. Seriously, what the fuck?!? Is this meant to be justice? Is this meant to be treating domestic homicides seriously?
A brief article below:
A North Kensington man who arranged for a hitman to shoot dead a young mother has been jailed for a minimum of 22 years.
Gulistan Subasi, 26, was gunned down at her mother’s home in Hackney in March 2010, the Old Bailey heard.
On Tuesday, 25-year-old Isaak Billy, of Oxford Gardens, was convicted of murder and making threats to kill a man who would later become a prosecution witness ahead of his trial.
He was jailed for life with a recommendation he should serve at least 22 years.
A second defendant, 16-year-old hitman Santre Sanchez Gayle, of Compton Road, Kensal Rise, also convicted of murder, was jailed for life with a recommendation that he should serve at least 20 years.
Ms Subasi lived in Turkey and had travelled to stay with her mother in Hackney two days before her murder.
She had planned to visit her son for his birthday a few days later, ahead of her wedding in Turkey.
On March 22 last year, she was having a meal with her mother and a family friend when there was a knock at the door at around 8.20pm.
Ms Subasi went to answer the door and moments later, there was a loud bang.
Her mother went to the top of stairs and saw her daughter lying inside the doorway bleeding from a chest wound.
CCTV showed a boy entering an alleyway leading to the maisonettes and knocking at the door before taking a shotgun from his rucksack and pointing it at the house.
The gunman, Gayle, then ran towards the road and got into a waiting taxi.
His calm state meant the taxi driver had no idea what he had just done.
Police discovered that Billy had accepted the contract for Ms Subasi’s murder and secured the involvement of Gayle, then aged just 15, to carry out the shooting.
Billy is believed to have been paid thousands of pounds for his role, and the teenager just £200.
Gayle was arrested after he gave details of his involvement in the murder to a friend.
Billy surrendered himself to police after hearing they were looking to arrest him, and both were later charged.
Ms Subasi’s former partner Serdar Ozbek, 28, of Westbeech Road, Wood Green, was cleared of murder along with four other defendants.
The court heard that Mr Ozbek was afraid that Ms Subasi, who moved to Turkey after their relationship ended, would try to leave England with their son.