Joshua Molnar Instagram: What happened to Joshua Molnar after Yousef Makki’s death?: Joshua Molnar was cleared of the murder of a teenager Yousef Makki which is a highly publicized trial three years ago. Yousef was then 17 years old at Manchester Grammer School. He was stabbed after died on 2nd March 2019, during a row over a cannabis deal that went wrong in Hale Brans, Manchester. The molar was also 17 years old, stabbed his friend Makki with a knife through the heart. Molnar was acquitted of manslaughter and murder, after this incident he claimed self-defense and it was cleared by the judge at crown court in Manchester 2019. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
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footage shared for the first time yesterday on 20th March By the Manchester Evening News showed police .with a tearful Molnar saw blaming someone for attack who fled in a silver color hatchback. The footage was also played at the 2019 trial and an inquest last year. Where a coroner refused in the media application led by M.E.N
But now it’s to be published by channel 4 documentary Killed by a Rich kid which will be broadcast at 9 pm today. it was a long legal battle by the makers of the documentary. I look into the events that will result in the death of Yousef and the trial that followed.
What happened to Joshua Molnar after Yousef Makki’s death?
Despite being a cleared the murdered of Yousef. Molar a former Cheadle Hulme school pupil was sentenced to a 16-month detention and training order for possession of the knife in a public place and perverting the course it the justice was lying to police at the scene. He was released in 2020 in the month of February, but he appeared again in the court last year in the month of June. Police found an iPhone in his bedroom which has been robbed in a violent mugging.
This iPhone was initially found by the police when the investigation of Yousef’s death was in a dressing table drawer at Molar’s home. After some time police accessed this iPhone and learned it belonged to a young man who had been subjected to a violent mugging near the Wilmslow leisure center.
There were no suggestions or evidence against Molnar being involved in this case. But he had denied handling stolen goods before he changed his plea. He was warned by the judge of the court that he must stay out of the trouble for one year but the hearing he made is real strides and impressed the youth justice service since being released from custody.