A teen who stabbed a promising schoolboy, Yousef Makki, to death during a fight over an apparent botched robbery of a drug dealer.
The teen, Joshua Molnar, was jailed after stabbing a promising “academic-to-be” schoolboy friend, Yousef Makki, to death has been released less than half way through his 16-month sentence.
Joshua Molnar killed 17-year-old Yousef Makki during a fight but on Tuesday, police told Yousef’s dad Ghaleb Makki that Molnar has been freed, less than a week before the one-year anniversary of his son’s death.
Speaking to the Daily Mail , he said: “I told my mother: ‘They stabbed him for the third time.’ The second time he was stabbed was at the verdict.
“And when I was told the news today I said: ‘That’s the third knife in Yousef’s heart. Another insult.'”
He added: “Does justice for the rich top justice for the victim? What type of justice system does not protect the lives of children.
“I am so angry I feel like exhuming my son’s body and taking him to a land governed by a proper justice system, where everyone is equal.”
Yousef had just won a scholarship to £12,000 per year Manchester Grammar School before he was stabbed through the heart with an illegal flick blade during a fight on March 2, 2019.