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The family and friends of a murdered nursery school teacher cheered as a Judge gave three violent drug dealers life sentences for her murder and the attempted murder of her friend.
Sabrina Moss was shot while out celebrating her 24th birthday party in Kilburn High Road, Kilburn in August last year.
She and her friend, Sabrina Gachette, 25, were shot after becoming caught up in a gang turf war between the Kensal Green Boys gang and the South Kilburn gang.
Hassan Hussain, 29, of Cranhurst Road, Willesden Green, Martell Warren, 23, of Napier Road, Kensal Green, and Yassin James, 20, of Chaplin Road, Wembley, were given a 37 year jail sentence after being found guilty of shooting the young mother and her friend.
Sentencing them at the Old Bailey today (Friday, September 12), judge Stephen Kramer said; "In August last year, you together cruelly cut short the life of Sabrina Moss, she and her friends had been out celebrating her birthday, she was innocent.
"You unleashed a volley of shots and you fired at close range, it was an intended execution. Sabrina was in the wrong place at the wrong time."
The court heard how the three defendants were caught up in drug dealing and had many previous convictions.
The guns used in the shooting were a Mac 10 and a double barrelled shotgun.
Speaking after the sentence, Sabrina Moss's uncle said in a statement: "I would like to thank the trusted system and my community who have been very supportive, I would also like to thank my family and friends who kept together and stayed strong through this.
"Sabrina was like an angel, I love Sabrina so much and everybody loves Sabrina."
The family and friends of Sabrina Moss and Sabrina Gachette cheered in the public gallery as the sentences were read out.
Detective Chief Inspector Andy Partridge of the Homicide and Major Crime Command (HMCC) said: "I am pleased with the sentences that have been handed down today. The length of time these individuals will serve is a true reflection of the seriousness of the offences.
"Sabrina Moss had her whole life ahead of her; she was a nursery teacher and had just moved into a flat with her partner and their young child. She was looking forward to the future with her family, however this all changed in an instant."
All three men entered not guilty pleas to the murder of Sabrina Moss, and were also found guilty of the attempted murder of Sabrina Gachette, the attempted murder of two men and two counts of possession of a firearm.