Evil trio live in terror of prison revenge attacks
KRISS Donald's racist killers are begging for a move to an English prison.
Imran "Baldy" Shahid, his brother Zeeshan and Mohammed Mushtaq are being held in three different Scottish jails amid fears for their safety.
A prison insider said last night: "It's true a move is on the cards.
They want to go and no one here wants to stand in their way - they're a security nightmare."The evil trio have been targets for revenge attacks since being sentenced last month.Kriss, 15, was abducted, brutally beaten, stabbed and set alight while he was still alive - just because he was white.
The murderers fear they will never settle into the Scottish prison system and want a switch to notorious HMP Wakefield.
The Yorkshire jail has a large Muslim population and is already home to some of Britain's worst killers - including Soham murderer Ian Huntley.
The move would need approval on both sides of the Border.The trio's legal team will begin the process in the new year.It is thought another member of the gang who murdered Glasgow schoolboy Kriss in 2003 could also make the move.Daanish Zahid, 20, is also a major target for reprisals while in Scottish jails. He was given 17 years for the killing in 2004.
A prison insider said last night: "The possibility of the move has been discussed for some time now and there's no doubt it makes some sense."After the three main men were sentenced last month, they became the scalp every prisoner wanted."It's not a particularly nice thing to say but it is the reality of the situation."The upshot is a major security issue for Scottish prisons."Moving them to England makes a degree of sense but there is a question over whether they would really be that much safer there."Ringleader Imran Shahid, 29, will serve a minimum of 25 years before being considered for release.
He is being held in Barlinnie's notorious segregation unit for his own safety.The two men he stood trial with are serving their time in different high-security prisons.
Zeeshan Shahid, 28, nicknamed Crazy, was told he would serve at least 23 years.And Mushtaq, 27, known as Becks, will spend 22 years in jail.The gang snatched Kriss from the street at random simply because he was white.They drove him around for four terrifying hours, then stabbed him 13 times and set him on fire while he was still alive.
Baldy, Crazy and Becks face being moved from prison to prison for the duration of their sentences so their routine does not become known. The tactic is already in use for a handful of other high-risk inmates.
A source said: "The whole situation poses a logistical nightmare for the Scottish Prison Service."The fact two of Kriss's killers are brothers makes it even more difficult as it means they have the right to visit each other."These guys don't fancy it at all in Scottish prisons and it seems they're willing to take their chances at Wakefield.
"It's not that far down the motorway from Scotland and they also have family down there."The evil trio were convicted 969 days after Kriss's abduction in Pollokshields.
His burnt corpse was found on the Clyde Walkway the day after he was forced into a car in broad daylight.They had tried to get away with murder by fleeing to Pakistan, where they spent more than a year on the run.
A fifth man was jailed in December 2004 for his part in the murder.Zahid "Ziggy" Mohammed, 20, was cleared of murder but sentenced to five years for abduction and lying to police.
A Scottish Prison Service spokesman said last night: "Prisoners can request cross border transfers."These are subject to approval both by the receiving jurisdiction and Scottish
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