Thusha Shooting: Three Jailed

Three men have been sentenced to life in prison over the shooting of five-year-old Thusha Kamaleswaran.

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Stockwell shooting sentencing

Three men convicted over the shooting of five-year-old Thusha Kamaleswaran are in the dock and about to be sentenced.

Thusha's parents have taken their seats in court and relatives of the other victim, Roshan SelaKumar, are also in court.

Mr Selakumar suffered catastrophic injuries when he was shot in the face.

Trio to be sentenced over Stockwell shooting

Thusha Kamaleswaran
Thusha has been left paralysed, after a bullet hit her in the chest and passed through her spine. Credit: Metropolitan Police

The three men found guilty of shooting five-year-old Thusha Kamaleswaran are due to be sentenced at the Old Bailey later.

Anthony McCalla, Kazeem Kolawole and Nathaniel Grant were convicted last month.

From left to right: Nathaniel Grant, Kazeem Kolawole and Anthony McCalla.
From left to right: Nathaniel Grant, Kazeem Kolawole and Anthony McCalla. Credit: Metropolitan Police

Jon Clements meet Thusha and brother

Thusha Kamaleswaran was just five-years-old when she was caught in gang rival's crossfire.

She was shot in the chest as she played in her uncle's shop in Stockwell in March of last year.

Her injuries left her paralysed, and Thusha, now six, has to use a wheelchair and she needs constant care.

Three men have been convicted of causing grievous bodily harm with intent. They will be sentenced last this month.

ITV reporter Jon Clements went to meet Thusha at home with her family to discover how the shooting has affected all of their lives .

Read his report here.

You can see his report first report on the ITV Lunchtime news, and his second on Tonight at 6pm.