The father of killed footballer Kiyan Prince has hit out after his executioner applied for parole.
Hannah Hasan, 30, is in jail for stabbing QPR youth player Kiyan through the heart 14 years back, nearly to the day.
Presently he is applying to be discharged – and could be ousted back to his local Somalia if effective.
Be that as it may, his casualty’s father Mark has demanded to meet the hooligan before any parole hearing.
Imprint, a previous fighter, told the Sunday People:
I don’t accept that Hannad ought to have the option to apply for parole before I am ready to talk with him one on one.
I had organized to visit him a year ago however, through no issue of anybody, it was dropped ultimately.
I trust it is my entitlement to address the man who executed my child, who drove a blade into his body.
Blade wrongdoing resembles losing two lives – one individual kicks the bucket, and another is bolted up.
His child Kiyan played for Queens Park Rangers youth groups and was tipped as a future Wayne Rooney when he was killed matured 15 by a kindred student.
It happened when Kiyan attempted to separate a battle outside the London Academy in Edgware, North London, on May 18, 2006.
Executioner Hasan, who was 16 at that point, asserted it was a mishap; however he was uncovered to be a wannabe hoodlum and menace who had attacked different pupils at the school.
Days before the murder, Hasan –
Who came to Britain as an evacuee from war-torn Somalia in 2001 – took steps to cut a girl on a transport and was rejected for peeing before a lady instructor and vowing to pummel another.
He was imprisoned in 2007 and ordered to serve in any event 13 years.
Kiyan’s father Mark, set up the Kiyan Prince Foundation to urge adolescents to avoid wrongdoing and take up the sport.
A year ago, QPR renamed their Loftus Road ground The Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
Talking about the most recent 14 years, Mark, 50, let us know:
The sadness never leaves.
You figure out how to live with that sadness, and there are times when you have tragic breakdowns.
Kiyan’s loved ones live with his demise and miss him appallingly consistently.
The Parole Board stated:
We can confirm the parole survey of Hannad Hasan has been alluded to the board and is adhering to standard procedures.
Choices are exclusively centered around whether a detainee would speak to a critical hazard to people in general.
A consultation date will be planned at the appointed time, and the board will cautiously take a gander at a scope of proof, including subtleties of the first case, and any evidence of conduct change.