The father of a man who was killed in last summer's riots when he was hit by a car has described hearing the fatal impact.
Tariq Jahan has been found guilty of inflicting grievous bodily harm at Birmingham Crown Court.
Tariq Jahan has been giving evidence at Birmingham Crown Court today. He is on trial for allegedly assaulting Sajjad Ali.
A father whose son was killed during the summer riots in Birmingham has travelled to Syria to deliver one million kilos of flour to victims of war. Tariq Jahan says the pain of losing a child has spurred him on to help others.
Whilst in Syria he met children who were affected by the violence in the country.
Tariq Jahan, whose son was killed during riots in Birmingham two years ago, is taking part in an aid mission to help refugees of Syria's civil war.
He was praised for his role in calming tensions after his son Haroon died while trying to protect a petrol station from looters.
The convoy will reach the Turkish border tonight and plans to cross into Syria tomorrow.
Callum Watkinson reports.
A man whose son died during the Birmingham riots in 2011 is going to deliver aid to people in Syria.
Tariq Jahan appealed for calm after his son Haroon's death during the disorder.
Tariq's helping charity workers to deliver a million kilos of flour and food.
During the Birmingham riots Haroon Jahan, 20, and brothers Shazad Ali, 30, and Abdul Musavir, 31, were hit by a black Mazda car during disorder in the Winson Green area of the town in the early hours of August 10th.
A jury has been shown pictures of the moment a car struck three men.
There were sobs and cries from the public gallery as the pictures were shown to the court.
A row then broke out in the public gallery, and the jury were taken out.
Tariq Jahan has been given a 12 month suspended sentence and ordered to pay £1,000 costs to his victim Sajjad Ali. The judge said he suspended the sentence because of Jahan's "exceptional circumstances".
He was ordered to do 100 hours community work.
The judge also said he had suspended the sentence because his actions last August, had prevented serious public disorder in Birmingham which had been a genuine public service.
Tariq Jahan has been found guilty of inflicting grievous bodily harm of a majority verdict of 10 to 2.
He was found not guilty of causing grievous bodily harm with intent.
Jury considering verdict in trial of Tariq Jahan sent home for the day.
Back at 10am tomorrow morning.