Man convicted of stabbing Harold Hill teenager 11 times to be sentenced

17-year-old Champion Ganda.

17-year-old Champion Ganda. - Credit: Archant

A man convicted of killing a 17-year-old by stabbing him 11 times within metres of a primary school is due to be sentenced at The Old Bailey later today. 1JgZRlZazYT2CF28YJuWrd4YOvRV_dRpSzY8Lu6yLYAI&font=Default&lang=en&initial_zoom=2&height=650

Harold Hill teenager Champion Ganda, suffered wounds to his head, chest, arms and legs in Sandringham Road, Forest Gate, and died at the scene on May 9, 2013.

Amani Lynch, 20, of Canning Town, was cleared of his murder on March 3 but found guilty of manslaughter by a majority, and convicted of wounding another boy with intent.

Keep an eye on the Recorder’s website for the result.

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