Sven Badzak murder: Police make fifth arrest over murder of aspiring lawyer

Police mentioned a 20-year-old man was detained on Friday over the stabbing of 22-year-old Sven Badzak in Kilburn, north-west London.

Mr Badzak was knifed to dying in a “fully unprovoked” assault involving six individuals as he went to purchase a bagel on February 6, the Metropolitan Police have mentioned.

Four others beforehand arrested in reference to the investigation stay on bail.

They are two males aged 19 and 20, who have been each arrested on suspicion of murder previously two days, and two others aged 17 and 19 who have been held on suspicion of murder earlier within the month.


Mr Badzak’s mom, Jasna Badzak, a former Conservative Party activist, mentioned her son, who was privately educated at Wetherby and Portland Place colleges earlier than attending Roehampton University, had gone to a store to get orange juice after which to a bagel store when he was attacked.

She added that he had a level in sociology however wished to develop into a lawyer and had met Boris Johnson and different well-known Conservative politicians when he was youthful by means of her campaigning work with the celebration.

The Prime Minister mentioned “completely all the things” is being completed to deal with violent crime after Ms Badzak, a guide and monetary analyst, known as on him to assist guarantee her son’s killers are caught.

The sufferer, from Maida Hill, west London, and his 16-year-old good friend have been chased and have become separated, then Mr Badzak fell to the bottom and was stabbed repeatedly.

The 16-year-old additionally suffered a number of stab accidents however managed to flee into a store in Willesden Lane and was taken to hospital.

Detective Chief Inspector Mark Wrigley mentioned earlier within the investigation : ‘At the second we now have no different data than that. It was an unprovoked assault, actually.

“It occurred very, in a short time and Sven and his younger good friend have been attacked for no cause that we all know of at the moment.”

Anyone with data is requested to name police on 101 or tweet @MetCC quoting CAD 5580/06Feb or name Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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