June 18, 2013

Daha Mohammed Charged in Brutal Murder of Wheelchair Bound Brit

The disabled victim's throat was cut.

London24: Gary Cook, who lives in the flat above Colin Greenaway’s in Abbotts Close, said he rushed down after one of his neighbour’s carers knocked on his doors in floods of tears on Saturday.

The 56-year-old, who was confined to a wheelchair having had toes amputated due to gangrene, was found dead at 2pm, having had his throat cut.

When one of his carers came to my door in tears I got dressed quickly and rushed downstairs. I saw him lying on the floor and he wasn’t breathing.

“It was clear nothing else could be done for him.”

Daha Mohammed, 51, also of Abbotts Close, was charged with the murder of Mr Greenaway and was due to appear at Bexley Magistrates’ Court today.

He was described by his sister as resembling Jesus.
The 53-year-old mother-of-five added: “He was so genuine. He was the nicest person.

“He would give you the last pound in his pocket.

“He was so lovely.

“He really reminded me of Jesus.

“My kids used to say ‘that’s Jesus isn’t it’?”

She went on to say she was “heartbroken” over how Mr Greenway - affectionately known as “Coke” by family and friends after his father found him eating coke fuel from the coal shed as a child – died.

Ms Greenway also thanked neighbours who posted online tributes praising her brother as “kind” and without a "bad bone in his body".


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