Skender Ismaili's Murder: Court jailed five people 34 years following fatal stabbing in Enfield

Ali Coulibaly, 21, of Atkinson Road, E16, has been jailed following the murder of Skender Ismaili, 30, in 2020. 

Coulibaly was jailed 11 years on 11 March 2022 at Woolwich Crown Court after pleading guilty on 15 December 2021 to manslaughter and aggravated burglary.

Ismaili was killed in the early hours of 17 July 2022 in Lytton Avenue in Enfield, North London.

Murder Investigation: Skender Ismaili's Murder: Court jailed five people 34 years following fatal stabbing in Enfield
Murder Investigation

Detectives' investigation revealed that Ismaili was stabbed while Coulibaly and four others were burgling a cannabis factory with which the victim was connected.

A post-mortem examination held on 19 July 2020 confirmed that Mr Ismali was killed by a single stab wound to the chest.

The four men pleaded guilty to aggravated burglary, and a sixth man was sentenced for assisting an offender.

The five men were jailed for 34 years, with Coulibaly bagging 11 years.

Manson Harris-Williams was jailed for six years and four months; Daniel Fletcher bagged five years; Ahmed Yamac was sentenced to five years and five months, and Jazeel Lewis got seven years. 

Harris-Williams, Fletcher and Lewis are all from Ealing, and Yamac is from Feltham.

Haseeb Nadeem of Raynes Park received a two year suspended sentence for assisting an offender.

Detective Inspector Neil Cramer, Specialist Crime, said: "As a result of a painstaking investigation, five people were charged in connection with either the killing of Skender Ismaili or the associated burglary at Lytton Avenue. A sixth was charged with assisting an offender. 

"Such was the weight of evidence against them; they had no option but to enter guilty pleas.

"Mr Ismaili paid too great a price for his involvement in the cultivation of cannabis at the property. Anyone who buys illegal drugs should reflect on this human cost when considering the choices they make around drug use."

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