Motorist Who Hit & Killed Knifeman With Car Released Without Charge 

Jesse Williams

By Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

1 Feb 2022

The driver who ran over a knifeman in an attempt to stop him stabbing his ex-wife in the street has been released without charge.

The 26-year-old driver known as Abraham, mowed down Leon McCaskie, in Maida Vale, west London January 24th after the former had stabbed his ex, 43-year-old Yasmin Chkaifa multiple times.

Abraham was later arrested on suspicion of murder, news of which sent more than 75,000 people to sign an online petition calling for him to avoid a charge of murder. العاب الروليت

In a statement by his lawyer, Mohammed Akunjee, Abraham said he was “grateful”that the Metropolitan police had “taken this sensible course of action. ماهي لعبة البوكر

He said: “I once again wish to express my gratitude to the British public who supported me so vocally at this most stressful and trying time,

“I hope that in my actions a message has been sent to society: should you see an evil it is a duty upon you to stop it with your hands, if you cannot then you should stop it by speaking out, if you cannot then at the very least you should hate it with your heart. May peace be upon you all.”

“Having reviewed the CCTV evidence and taken statements of numerous members of the public and attending officers, as well as reviewing the legal position regarding self-defence and defence of another, a decision has been taken that the driver of the car, a 26-year-old man, will face no further police action,” Detective Chief Inspector Neil Rawlinson said.

“He is considered a vital witness to our investigation and will be offered support from professionals to help him come to terms with the terrifying situation he was confronted with.”