Murderer who stabbed victim 12 times at Cambridgeshire pub posts ‘just chilling’ selfies from inside Peterborough Prison
- Credit: Archant
A murderer just two weeks into a life sentence for stabbing his victim to death outside a Cambridgeshire pub was caught posting ‘ just chilling’ videos of himself to social media from the inside of Peterborough Prison.
The videos show Kai Nazir laughing with fellow inmates in a cell and he also posted still photographs of prison life.
The caption on the video is “jail house living” and in the video Nazir is heard to say “just chilling”, and then “mandem”, a slang word that refers to a group of male friends.
An investigation has been launched by police discovered that Nazir, who stabbed a man to death at a pub in Cambourne, has appeared in videos on social media taken from inside the prison.
The 20-year-old, of The Crescent, St Neots, was sentenced earlier this month for the murder of 30-year-old Chris West; Nazir’s victim died in a pool of blood after being stabbed 12 times. He claimed it was self defence.
He was also convicted of the attempted murder of another man and having a bladed article.
Nazir’s Instagram account has now been removed from the social media site and both Cambridgeshire police and HMP Peterborough are investigating.
- 1 Person hit by train between Manea and Peterborough
- 2 Hunt is on for arsonists after 5am car fire
- 3 Child shot in face by BB gun bought at summer festival
- 4 Man jealous of ex-wife's new relationship burnt down house
- 5 Huntingdon and Peterborough hospitals bring back masks after rise in Covid numbers
- 6 Man fined £300 after being linked to fly-tipping
- 7 Warwick Davis and daughter Annabelle cut the ribbon at special opening
- 8 Critically endangered birds thrown a lifeline thanks to five-year project
- 9 Can you complete the Census 2021 map game?
- 10 Recap: Air ambulance attends A47 crash near Wisbech
A police spokesman said: “I can confirm that as of September 17 we are aware of reports that a prisoner at HMP Peterborough has access to a mobile phone and social media from within the prison. We are currently looking into the circumstances.”
An HMP Peterborough spokesman said: “Mobile phones are a challenge across the whole prison estate. Our staff at HMP Peterborough work very hard to prevent these items getting into the prison.
“We have taken appropriate action in the prison and reported this incident to the police.”