Two London men found guilty of first degree murder in shooting death of Said Hadbai
A London jury has delivered a guilty verdict for both Drai O'Hara-Salmon, 22, and Jemaine Phillips, 20, in the shooting death of of Said Hadbai.
Both men face life sentences without a chance of parole for 25 years.
Phillips was also found guilty of possessing a loaded prohibited firearm.
O'Hara-Salmon and Phillips both pleaded not guilty.
Hadbai died from a single blast from a sawed-off shotgun on December 27th, 2011.
The Crown says Hadbai was shot after a dispute O'Hara-Salmon inside Jack's Bar on Richmond St. spilled outside and across the street in a nearby parking lot.
The argument was over a woman that both Hadbai and O'Hara-Salmon had a relationship with prior to the fight.
The dispute was meant to be a fist fight but O'Hara-Salmon texted Phillips to, “bring the thing.”
"The thing" turned out to be a sawed-off shotgun.
The Crown had contended the murder was completely premeditated.