Osvaldo Carvalho – Three brothers charged with fatal stabbing in latest Lawless London murder

Osvaldo Carvalho – Three brothers charged with fatal stabbing in latest Lawless London murder

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THREE brothers have been charged with murder after a man was stabbed to death in west London.

Kamaljit Sohal, 22, Sukhminder Sohal, 23, and Michael Sohal, 27, were all charged on Saturday with the murder of 22-year-old Osvaldo Carvalho.

Osvaldo Carvalho was stabbed to death on Tuesday evening
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Mr Carvalho, from Hanwell, was stabbed in West Lodge Avenue, near Ealing Common, on Tuesday evening.

The three men will appear in custody at Ealing Magistrates’ Court on Monday.

Officers said they believed Mr Carvalho and two friends arrived in the area by car, shortly before he was stabbed.

They entered a small green area known as Twyford Crescent Gardens.

A fight broke out with another group of men which resulted in the victim and his friends running away.

Mr Carvalho was then chased by the other group and suffered stab injuries, Met Police said.

Despite their best efforts, paramedics couldn’t save the 22-year-old and he was pronounced dead on the scene.

A post-mortem examination found he died from shock and haemorrhage following a stab wound.

SWNS:South West News Service

The 22-year-old was stabbed to death near Ealing Common, west London with a machete-style knife[/caption]

SWNS:South West News Service

Flowers and tributes were laid near where Mr Carvalho died[/caption]


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