Remember earlier this year when Pappzd ran the story of Victoria Osoteku being convicted for the murder of 15-year-old Sofyen Belamouadden?
It was the big Victoria Station rush and Osoteku, who uses the nickname Missy Mafia and was 19 years old at the time, was one of the many who took part in the merciless killing of Sofyen, which took place in March 2010.
Following her conviction, one by one several members of the gang were jailed with ties to the murder. The ring leaders Samson Odegbune, Christopher Omoregie and Obi Nwokeh were sentenced to a minimum of 18 years behind bars.
Junior Bayode, 20, of Streatham in south London was the last of the 20 boys to be tried for the fearless attack on Sofyen Belamouadden.
However, the jury could not reach a verdict (this seems to be happening a lot lately) and Bayode is being held in custody until Friday when the crown prosecution service will decide whether or not to have a retrial.
We can only hope the jury snap out of their recent flunk and justice is served.