Yousef Makki Biography

Joshua Molnar Found Guilty in Murder: Yousef Makki Biography, Wiki, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Fast Facts You Need to Know

Yousef Makki Biography

Yousef Makki was killed after he and two friends arranged to buy cannabis and intended to rob the dealer, Manchester Crown Court heard.

Yousef Makki Age

He was 17 years old.

Yousef Makki Education

Yousef, who was on a scholarship to Manchester Grammar School, died in the upmarket suburb of Hale Barns on 2 March.

Yousef Makki Parents

Yousef’s parents, Deborah Makki, a psychiatric nurse, and Ghaleb Makki, a salesman from Burnage

Yousef Makki Stabbed to Death

Yousef Makki, who hoped to become a heart surgeon, was attacked on 2 March in his chest and died on the spot.

Yousef Makki’s Killer Joshua Molnar Charges

Joshua Molnar, who turns 18 on Tuesday, was cleared of the murder of Yousef, also 17,  despite admitting to stabbing him after an argument in Hale Barns, an upmarket village in Cheshire, on March 2.

Molnar was sentenced to a 16-month detention training order – 12 months for perverting the course of justice, and four months for possession of the knife.

He was revealed today as a white Anglo-Hungarian with mild learning difficulties from a well-off family in the village of Hale.

The fee-paying public schools Molnar attended are often a conveyor belt to Oxford and Cambridge for their pupils – but he is currently serving 16 months in a Young Offenders Institute.

Despite the advantages of a good family and good education, Molnar instead became fixated with knives, living out ‘idiotic fantasies’ of being a middle-class gangster, his trial heard.

Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • Joshua Molnar, who turns 18 on Tuesday, was previously only referred to as Boy A
  • He’s been revealed as the teenager who stabbed Yousef Makki to death in March
  • His mother Stephanie defended him but shared sympathy with Yousef’s family 
  • Elite schools Molnar went to are often a conveyor belt to Oxford and Cambridge
  • He attended £33,000-a-year Ellesmere College boarding school in Shropshire