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London Knifeman: Jailed for 22 years after a fatal stabbing in broad daylight at Park


A man has been sentenced to 22 years in prison after a brutal stabbing in broad daylight at an east London park.

Yasin Omar Amare, age 29 (21.08.90), of Pawleyne Close, Penge was found guilty of murdering Gleb Stanislavovitch Zhebrovsky (known as Gleb Stalnoy) following a re-trial at the Old Bailey on Monday, 10 August.


The jury had failed to reach a verdict following the initial trial at the Old Bailey which concluded on 23 December 2019.

He was sentenced at the same court on Friday, 28 August.

The Metropolitan Police explained the series of events on their website saying: On the morning of 15 June 2019, Gleb and a friend were relaxing having been to the barbers when Amare sent a text to Gleb’s phone.

Gleb told his friend that he needed to go and see Amare with a view to resolving their issues.

Both men went to a flat in Ellesmere Street, E14 where Amare was staying; they waited outside and spoke to Amare and another man through an open window of the flat. Amare told Gleb to meet him in nearby Lansbury Estate park.

[JAILED]: Yasin Omar Amare – Image: Metropolitan Police

Gleb and his friend went there and sat on the grass chatting; their demeanour giving the impression they were completely unaware of what was to come. A short time later, at around 14:00hrs, Amare and the other man approached.

Without warning, Amare brutally attacked Gleb with a knife, stabbing him three times in a matter of seconds.

He then turned and ran from the scene before returning to the flat. While Gleb lay dying on the floor, Amare took the DLR and then a train to Croydon in an attempt to evade capture.

Emergency services were called to the park but despite extensive efforts of paramedics, Gleb died at the scene at 14:37hrs.

A murder investigation was launched which quickly identified Amare as the prime suspect. Detectives traced Amare to a hotel in Thornton Heath, south London where he was hiding.

He was arrested and initially denied all knowledge of the incident. As he was questioned further about the events in the park, he then refused to answer any questions.

However, using eye witness accounts, CCTV and mobile phone analysis, detectives could conclusively prove Amare was at the scene and was responsible for Gleb’s murder.

Detective Inspector Tom Williams of Specialist Crime led the investigation and said: “This was a brutal and clinical attack, carried out in broad daylight in a public place, that left Gleb with little chance of survival. The fact that witnesses report he was relaxed and chatting with his friend in the moments prior to the attack, only illustrates its explosive ferocity.

“The motive behind Amare’s decision to attack Gleb has not been conclusively established. However, what is undeniably clear is that Amare armed himself with the intention of attacking Gleb and causing him serious injury

“I am pleased that Amare has been brought to justice and will now spend a significant amount of time behind bars.”

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