Race-hate killer Imran ‘Baldy’ Shahid’s throat has been cut at HMP Grampian, according to a prison source. The notorious murderer is said to have suffered the self-inflicted injury at the Peterhead facility on Sunday, where he is serving a 25-year sentence.
A prison insider was quoted as saying: “The inmate nicknamed Baldy, the guy that killed Kriss Donald, has got a slashed throat.” Police last Monday confirmed the incident.
The extent of his injuries and current medical condition were not disclosed. The exact circumstances surrounding the incident are also not yet known.
Shahid was one of the monsters who brutally murdered 15-year-old Kriss Donald in 2004. Shahid had served two previous jail terms for serious violence and was freed just three months before Kriss’s murder.
He has been kept behind bars at various prisons such as Inverness, Peterhead, Perth, Kilmarnock and Saughton.
In 2019 it was reported that Shahid punched a fellow prisoner in Inverness in a bid to get a move to jail nearer to his family in Glasgow, but the Scottish Prison Service (SPS) instead returned him to Grampian in Peterhead where he had originally been serving his sentence
The killer had previously used his Muslim faith in a failed bid to win damages from the taxpayer for being kept in solitary. He complained about missing Ramadan prayers while locked in segregation. It was also reported that Shahid was claiming to be Jewish to get Kosher meals in jail.
In October 2019 it was also revealed how Shahid had taken prison chiefs at Peterhead to court after they confiscated his penis pump and Xbox. And in 2013 Shahid was battered over the head with a 15kg dumbbell by convicted murderer William Crawford in the gym at Kilmarnock Prison.
Penis pumps in prison? Why would anybody want one of those in prison – and the fact that it was allowed in the first place – speaks volumes about our prison system. Then again, maybe ‘Baldy’ Shahid has also developed a taste for a certain part of a man’s anatomy, along with his love of kosher meals.
Our post on the 15th anniversary of Kriss Donald’s murder can be seen here.
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