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Creole McNamee, 28, of Manor Road, Stretford, was sentenced to five years and four months in prison at Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court on Tuesday after pleading guilty to manslaughter at an earlier trial.
Police were called by hospital workers at about 11.35 am on Sunday, May 3, 2020, reporting a man with severe injuries.
A man’s been jailed for killing another man in #Manchester. Abdi Omar Ali went to hospital in May with serious injuries – it turned out he’d been assaulted, and died a week later from his injuries, Creole McNamee was sentenced to five years and four months #CapitalReports pic.twitter.com/TMGUd6EM9y
— Capital North West News (@CapitalNWNews) October 27, 2020
The building boss said that after Mr. Ali died in hospital eight days later, he would do ‘anything to take back’ the attack. CCTV video of the incident shows Mr. Ali walking down the street on the morning of May 3 while talking on his mobile phone.
He is 28 years old.
Following the launch of an investigation officer, 35-year-old Abdi Omar Ali was assaulted on Hathersage Lane, Longsight, at around 11.15 am.
#JAILED | A man from Trafford has been jailed for killing a man in Manchester.
At around 11.35am on Sunday 3 May 2020,…
After investigating, McNamee was held for questioning in police custody, where he was eventually charged with assault.
Abdi passed away from his injuries on May 11.
DCI Liz Hopkinson of the Major Incident Unit of the Greater Manchester Police Said, “This was an unprovoked assault which had a serious consequence – the death of a man.”
“Throughout our investigation, our thoughts have remained with Abdi’s loved ones whilst specialist officers have continued supporting them.”
He added “CCTV shows Abdi walking along the road whilst using his phone. A short time later, McNamee pulls up in a white van, exits the vehicle and punches the victim once in the head. The punch causes Abdi to fall backwards to the ground.
“I hope this case serves as a reminder that one punch can kill and that Greater Manchester Police will not tolerate violence in our communities.
“I also hope it reassures members of the public that we launch investigations which leave no stone unturned and identify offenders as soon as possible.”