[an error occurred while processing this directive]
BBC News
watch One-Minute World News
Last Updated: Thursday, 18 November, 2004, 16:30 GMT
Defenceless teen's extreme terror
Kriss Donald
Kriss Donald's body was found in the east end of Glasgow
Kriss Donald was described in court as a defenceless, young, slightly built schoolboy who experienced "extreme terror" before he died.

The 15-year-old was walking with friend Jamie Wallace in the Pollokshields area of Glasgow when they were set upon by Daanish Zahid and three others.

Mr Wallace, 20, told the court that Kriss was bundled into a car after they were attacked in March.

The teenager was later beaten, stabbed 13 times and set on fire.

Forensic expert Anne Ramage told the court that he may still have been alive when he was doused in petrol and set alight.

Ms Ramage said her examination of the area suggested the 15-year-old tried to extinguish the flames by rolling in a muddy hollow.

Forensic pathologist Dr Marjorie Black added that Kriss may have been held down over a log while he was knifed.

Dr Black said the schoolboy suffered seven stab wounds on his front, five on his back and one on his left arm during the attack.

She added that he was likely to have been restrained by "at least" one person.

The brutal attack took place behind the Celtic Supporters Club on London Road, in the east end of the city.

Kriss death 'a group enterprise'
17 Nov 04 |  Scotland
Trial hears of teenager's screams
16 Nov 04 |  Scotland
Kriss 'held down' while stabbed
11 Nov 04 |  Scotland
Kriss 'was alive when set alight'
09 Nov 04 |  Scotland
Man tells of Kriss abduction bid
05 Nov 04 |  Scotland
Crown accepts Kriss murder plea
03 Nov 04 |  Scotland

The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites


News Front Page | Africa | Americas | Asia-Pacific | Europe | Middle East | South Asia
UK | Business | Entertainment | Science/Nature | Technology | Health
Have Your Say | In Pictures | Week at a Glance | Country Profiles | In Depth | Programmes
Americas Africa Europe Middle East South Asia Asia Pacific