The drama unfolded on Saturday, September 3 as Mr Hussini and a friend were locking up Sunnyhill Off Licence, in Sunnyhill Avenue, at 10.15pm.Yes, you heard that right – they held him while this little savage stabbed him in the stomach. Is that not attempted murder?
Sarah Allen, prosecuting, told Derby Crown Court a gang of around 15 youths was hanging around outside.
She said: "One customer left the shop and threats were made to him. One of the group had a six-inch kitchen knife. He [the customer] ran off and phoned the police."
Miss Allen said Mr Hussini's friend went outside to his car to see it "covered in saliva" and confronted the gang, who then attacked him with sticks.
She said: "Mr Hussini came out to help and the pair ran back into the shop and pulled down the shutters, grabbing two sticks from the gang.
"They then decided to make a run for it back to the car and were surrounded and attacked.
"Mr Hussini was punched by two of them, who then held him back while the defendant leant forward and stabbed him in the stomach."
The boy handed himself in to police the following day and pleaded guilty in court to wounding with intent and possessing an offensive weapon.A two-year detention and training order. For stabbing someone in the stomach…
Sentencing the youngster to a two-year detention and training order, Judge Hamilton said: "But for the fact that there was a surgeon living nearby, the man you stabbed would have died."
This country is doomed.