Martin Treacy is known to be a teen from Oldham, who unexpectedly punched Ali Asghar to the verge of death on October 31, 2021.
Martin Treacy and Connor McPartland has booked an Uber driven by Ali Asghar on October 31, 2021.
The two of them were enjoying the night and on their way to meet someone before going to another house party for the night.
A verbal altercation turned deadly when Martin and Conner punched and beat the lone taxi driver. The late Ali suffered in the hospital for two weeks before succumbing to his death due to serious head injuries.
It turns out that his perpetrators have been recently sentenced to justice for their crimes as of 2022, creating headlines and public discussions.
Martin Treacy is known to be a teen from Oldham, where the people have described him as ‘polite nature,’ ‘respectful, thoughtful and quiet,’ ‘well-mannered,’ and ‘helpful.’
A young man of 18-years-old, there was never a bad side to him. The young Martin had also received a youth caution for having an article with a blade or point on ‘school premises’ in 2016.
Martin’s name and image have completely changed in his community and town. Meanwhile, he has become one of the hateful figures in the place due to the intensity of his crime.
Martin Treacy Charges And Sentence Explained
Martin Treacy and Connor McPartland were arrested after a few hours of the incident, where they brought down Ali in the most brutal ways ever.
Ali had made a reasonable request to stop eating a takeaway in his new Mercedes during their trip, only to receive foul words from Martin.
Their fight reached rock bottom when the duo fought Ali as they though the driver got them in the wrong place, despite Connor making a spelling error in the Uber booking.
The three had fought outside the car, where Martin and Connor easily brought Ali down with big punches and kicks. A passerby taxi driver saw the incident and intervened.
The police were called, and Ali was sent to the hospital. While the criminals stayed in jail, Ali struggled to love for two weeks and bid farewell to the world.
As of May 23, both have been sentenced to life imprisonment, where Connor will serve a minimum of 14-and-a-half years, and Martin, a minimum of 13-and-a-half years.
The late Asghar was one of six children in his family and originally hailed from Pakistan. He had moved to the UK about a decade ago to support his family.
Asghar’s brother Azhar Ali had stated that the former’s face was ‘unrecognizable’ at the hospital. Ali’s death brought a big disaster to the family both in U.K. and Pakistan.