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Published On: Tue, Jul 4th, 2023

Jamie Barrow, 31 Found Guilty Of The Murders Of A Gambia Family In Nottingham, UK.

Jamie Barrow has been found guilty this afternoon with the murders of a Gambian mother Fatoumatta Hydara and her daughter; Naeemah and Fatimah who died in a fire Clifton in November 2022 in Nottingham.

The Guilty verdicts of all three (3) counts of murder were returned this afternoon and he would be sentenced this Friday.

Jamie Barrow was arrested on a suspicion of starting a fire that killed his neighbours.

One year old Naeemah and her sister Fatimah died on the spot in the blaze whilst their mother Fatoumatta died eventually at the hospital.

It later unfolded that Jamie Barrow was drinking the night before the incident and was seen buying beer. Four hours later, he started the fire and later seen on CCTv walking away after the fire took hold but later came back asking police officers “how bad the fire was”.

The husband and father of the victims was in the USA who then had to flew in to see his family but by that time the girls were already dead in the blaze and the wife was admitted in the hospital.

Barrow, who has a personality disorder admitted putting petrol through the door and lighting it with tissue paper; but said he didn’t think his neighbours were in and said he had lit fires before in the past to release stress claiming it mesmerises him.

“This has caused a multi-generational trauma that we would never understand. Fatoumatta was a caring daughter, wife, sister, mother and a friend. If love and compassion can make a person immortal, she would have lived forever”, Said her husband in a statement after the verdict.

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