Saturday, 11 May 2013

Ali Iqbal and Haider Farooq, both 16 shamed for leading intimidation campaign which left pensioners too scared to leave their homes

A pair of 'lawless' schoolboy gang leaders who terrorised elderly people in their neighbourhood have been ordered by a court to 'grow up' or face jail.

Ali Iqbal and Haider Farooq - who dubbed themselves 'the Invincibles' - were the leaders of a  gang of youths that ran rampage around Brierfield in Lancashire; smashing windows, vandalising cars, and deliberately intimidating vulnerable people and pensioners.

Local residents described how the 16-year-olds turned the area into 'hell on earth', leaving some elderly people too terrified to step outside their front doors.

Ali Iqbal terrorised a Lancashire neighbourhood
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Haider Farooq and Iqbal dubbed themselves 'the Invincibles'

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