Toronto Rebel nightclub shooter faces life in prison, 18 years without parole

Toronto Rebel nightclub shooter faces life in prison, 18 years without parole

FOLLOW ON Advertisement Amir Jamal (whose given name is Zemarai Khan Mohammed) and Tyler McLean appear in these undated photos. (Toronto police handout) TORONTO -- The man convicted of killing two friends outside a Toronto nightclub as he sought revenge for a minor dispute four years ago will face life in prison with 18 years before he can apply for parole. Ontario Superior Court Justice Peter Bawden said Tanade Mohamed showed sorrow for the deaths of Afghan interpreter Zemarai Khan Mohamed, 26, and club promoter Tyler Mclean, 25, but he did not show remorse. “The sentence is at the highest end of the range for a first time offender and reflects the gravity of the offence,” said Bawden at the virtual sentencing hearing, pointing to the aggravating factors that included …
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