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School boy Yousef Makki was unlawfully killed, finds fresh inquest

'Justice SERVED'

Joshua Molnar, now 22, had claimed self-defence but the victim's family appealed a previous court decision.

GRAMMAR school pupil Yousef Makki was unlawfully killed, a fresh inquest found yesterday.

The 17-year-old was stabbed in the heart in a row with Joshua Molnar.

Molnar, now 22, claimed self-defence and was cleared of murder and manslaughter.

In 2021, a coroner recorded only a narrative conclusion on Manchester Grammar pupil Yousef’s death in Hales Barns, Cheshire, in 2019.

His family challenged and the High Court ordered a new inquest.

Yesterday, Stockport coroner Geraint Williams concluded Yousef was not holding a knife at the time as was claimed.

He described Molnar’s actions as “unreasonable”, adding: “The conclusion of unlawful killing is fairly set out by the evidence.”

Yousef’s sister, Jade Akoum, said: “Justice has now been served.”