Justice for Beny

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Last year, our beloved family member, Beny Hussain (18 years old, 5 ft 11) was killed on the 15th of November, 2018. We are facing a case of Criminal Injustice where Beny's killer was cleared of manslaughter due to 'self defence'. It took place in Cambridge around 3:00am. Beny went to visit some friends and unfortunately on the same night, the defendant (23 years old at the time , 6ft 3 rugby player ) had punched him on the street which caused his death. 

Beny was the eldest child in his family, at the time Beny was 18 and his brothers were 14 and 12 years old. Following the devastating news of Beny’s death last November, our lives have changed forever. No parent should ever have to go through this pain and heartache.

With your signatures, we want the FULL CCTV footage to be shared with the public so everyone can see for themselves. In the CCTV you can see Beny tried to calm the situation and tried to leave . Even though it is clear what happened on the CCTV footage, the defendant did not have the courage, respect or truthfulness to take responsibility for what he had done. He could've pleaded guilty and not put us through any further pain, however he chose not to.

Is a push enough for someone to punch with SUCH FORCE , break their jaw and knock them out, which kills them, and gets away with it?

No matter how you look at the situation, the fact is, a young boy had lost his life and he needs justice. The power of the defendant's punch killed him and the CCTV footage proves this. One 'harmless' punch lead to a life being lost. 

We also wish for voice experts/lip readers to analyse all the evidence shown in the court. If these requests were to take place, it would increase the chance of there being a potential retrial.  We wish to raise awareness for the injustice that had taken place. How can someone walk away with no charges or no criminal record? What are the chances of him not doing this again?

We have linked the following articles if you need further information regarding the case:

Watford Observer