A 20 year old Fatima Khan has been arrested for setting up the murder of her boyfriend and posting his dying video and photos on Snap chat.
The snap chat was followed with the caption: ‘That’s what happens when you f**k with me’.
Fatima Khan, 20, is accused of encouraging Raza Khan, 19, to attack 18 year-old Khalid Safi in North Acton, west London, on the evening of December 1 last year.
The couple visited the Costa Coffee close to the Tube station shortly after 5pm, with onlookers describing Mr Safi seeming ‘happy and smiley’.
But other witnesses later told police there was a ‘weird’ atmosphere between Khan and Mr Safi, who had argued in the days leading up to the murder, the Old Bailey heard.
‘[Mr Safi] was the on-off boyfriend of the defendant, Fatima Khan, and the prosecution case is that he was killed by a rival for her affections,’ said prosecutor Kate Bex QC.
‘The prosecution case is that she willingly and knowingly entered into a joint enterprise with Raza Khan to cause serious injury to Khalid Safi and that her role was essential to the success of the plan.
‘She told Raza Khan where to find Khalid Safi and she ensured that Mr Safi was still there by the time Mr Khan travelled to the scene.
‘There is direct evidence of both of these facts and Ms Khan’s behaviour after the murder confirms, the prosecution say, that her intention was to enable Raza Khan to seriously injure Khalid Safi.’
When Raza Khan arrived at the café shortly after 6pm, he seemed to ‘know exactly where he was going’ and confronted Mr Safi after a brief exchange with one of them.