On the guilty verdicts, Sabrina Gachette said:
Justice has not only been served for us as victims, it has been done for the community - there are violent people off the streets.
We went out for Sabrina's birthday. Everyone was just having a fantastic night. There was nothing out of the ordinary that happened that night. People were outside smoking, talking, then out of nowhere I just felt this weight on my back. I went down to the ground, didn't see or hear anyone around me. There was no warning. It felt like a brick. I thought someone had thrown a brick at me. Then because of the explosion I thought it was a firework.
Sabrina was in front of me and that was when I heard her say she had been shot in her heart. That is the last thing I remember hearing her say. It was not until Sabrina said what she said I realised I had been shot. I remember collapsing at the entrance of the Woody Grill and dragging myself in. I just remember seeing her in front of me. It's strange because I had a feeling she wouldn't make it. We both lay on the floor in the kebab shop. Armed police arrived, paramedics arrived. From there, I was taken to hospital.
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