Michael-Paul Hamblett-Sewell with his parents
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Kadeem Blackwood: Jailed man cleared of gang murder

A man jailed for a gang murder has been freed after almost six years behind bars.

Michael-Paul Hamblett-Sewell was originally convicted of ordering the shooting of the Derby teenager, Kadeem Blackwood.

The prosecution had used "joint enterprise" as the basis on which to try him, but after a second re-trial, a jury decided he was not guilty.

  • 01 Oct 2014