Kamil Sohal Bio- Kamil Sohal Wiki
Kamil Sohal, was one four who chased and stabbed to death 22-year-old Osvaldo de Carvalho in Acton.
He had been called to the scene by his brothers Sukhminder Sohal, 25, and Michael Sohal, 28. All three were sentenced to life for murder.
Osvaldo was cornered and stabbed multiple times with the fatal blow, to his back, so deep it almost passed through him.
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Kamil Sohal Age
Kamil Sohal is 23-years-old.
The brothers’ pal Antoine George, 24, of Northolt, West London, was sentenced to nine years imprisonment for manslaughter at the sentencing at Croydon Crown Court.
The court heard that the four men and Osvaldo had been involved in an ongoing dispute.
When Sukhminder and Michael Sohal met Osvaldo and two of his friends in Twyford Gardens on the night of September 24, 2019, they called their brother, Kamil, for support and reinforcement.
On receiving this call, Kamil grabbed a large hunting knife which he brandished as he ran along the Uxbridge Road to the scene from his home nearby.
After his arrival, and following a brief chase, the three in the victim’s group ran from the scene. The two friends head one way, and Osvaldo ran into West Lodge Avenue. Witnesses described him being chased by a group of men, some armed with knives.
When they caught up with him, they surrounded him and stabbed him, and then ran off leaving Osvaldo lying on the ground dying, the court heard.
The three brothers left the scene and returned to Kamil’s address. George left the area in a car which had been parked on the driveway outside Kamil’s flat.
A post mortem examination revealed that Osvaldo had been stabbed several times, including a deep wound to his left leg which would have been caused by significant force.
Kamil Sohal, of Uxbridge Road, Acton was sentenced to life with a minimum term of 22 years in prison.
Sukhminder and Michael Sohal, both of Lockwood Road, Southall, each received life sentences with minimum terms of 19 year.
Speaking after the sentencing, DCI Tunstall, from Met Police, said: “This is a particularly tragic case which cost the life of a young man.
“We know there had been previous hostility between these two groups and sadly that culminated in the events that unfolded that evening.
“The Sohal brothers had no qualms about arming themselves and – in Kamil’s case – running down a busy main road waving the weapon around in full view of all those around.