It’s the shocking moment when a teenage killer shoots an opponent in a drive-by shooting.
Abdul Zasan’s back was blasted twice as he was driven home from Friday prayers by 19-year-old Karen Monga, who was armed with a pump-action shotgun.
Harrowing footage shows Abdul was shot during a gangland execution in broad daylight in Coventry’s Hillfields area on March 13 last year at 2.30 pm.
He suffered two gunshot wounds after being shot from the back seats of a stolen VW Golf and died on the road from horrific internal injuries.
Monga was found guilty of conspiracy to murder and sentenced to life in January to serve at least 27 years at Birmingham Crown Court.
His 15-year-old accomplice Riyaz Ahmed, who was driving the car, was named after he was sentenced to life imprisonment at the same time.
But a judge imposed a name ban on the gunman due to the outstanding offenses against Monga.
He was sentenced last Friday for conspiracy to commit theft and a judge has now removed the order meaning his name could be further painted for the first time.
A court heard Monga and Ahmed, who were affiliated with the C2 gang in Coventry, plotted to kill Abdul, who was affiliated with a rival gang known as RB7.
Video footage shows Ahmed stopping the car yard from Abdul to allow Monga to shoot the victim through the passenger’s window.
Three plumes of white smoke are visible from the weapon in the clip.
The stampede driver Ahmed then followed the panicked victim into Adelaide Street around the corner – a few yards from a nursery – while the gunman fired again.
He ran away from the scene of the murder in a Golf Type R that had been stolen the previous day in Rugby, Works.
The schoolboy later arranged for the others to be set on fire in an attempt to destroy the forensic evidence.
The pair were arrested in the early hours of the next morning after officers raided their home address in Coventry.
Due to their suspected involvement in other crimes, the two were electronically tagged at the time – and tagging information shows they were on the street at the time of the murder.
Shotgun cartridges found in the burnt car were also matched by ballistic experts with spent cartridges recovered from the murder scene.
The pair denied murder despite strong evidence against them but were found guilty of conspiracy to murder after a four-week trial.
Monga received additional prison sentences of 24 and 36 months for conspiracy to commit the Coventry burglary – which would run concurrently with his life sentence.
Detective Superintendent Scott Griffiths of West Midlands Police said: “I am grateful to the judge for allowing us to identify Karen Monga as the killer.
“It is important that we bring justice to Mr. Zassan’s family, friends and the wider public.
“These sentences should serve as a dire warning about the dangers of gang affiliation: You run the risk of serious injury or death, or are likely to spend most of your life locked up.
“There has to be a better option for young people. We can help those who want to turn their back on gang culture.
“With our partners, including charities and support groups, we can help youth make better choices.
“But for those who insist on associating themselves with violent gangs, there is a very high chance that they are going to be seriously injured, killed, or jailed for most of their lives.”