Watch: Harrowing footage shows moment brother killed younger sibling with knife
This shocking footage shows the moment a man was stabbed to death through a car window by his own brother.
Thomas Rogers, 26, was knifed in the chest through the open window after a family feud.
His siblings David Rogers, 32, and Samuel Rogers, 30, were both initially charged with his murder and on Thursday (15 October) the former, of South Shields, Tyneside, was jailed for life after being found guilty of murder.
Samuel Rogers, of Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, was jailed for nine years after being cleared of murder but convicted of manslaughter.
During the case, jurors were told the brothers carried out the attack after a family fall-out which had led to Thomas going to live with his mother.
In the run-up to the attack, David had sent him messages threatening to kill him, with one saying: "Bro come on ive come from Newcastle to get ya".
On the day of the attack on 22 August last year the siblings, armed with knives, spotted Thomas travelling along Bristol Road in Birmingham.
Harrowing footage shows the men pulling over the Ford Ka they were in and approaching the Vauxhall Astra with Thomas inside.
The footage captures the moment David lunged into the vehicle, stabbing his brother in an attack that lasted just 30 seconds.
Thomas was found by emergency services collapsed in the street but died in hospital from the stab wound to his chest.
David went on to travel to a hotel in Northumbria where police officers found an apparent suicide note apologising for what he had done to his "baby brother".
Detective Inspector Stuart Mobberley, from West Midlands Police, said: “It took just 30 seconds and one single knife wound to kill Thomas. And now two people will spend years in prison for their part in this crime.
“When we say there are no winners in knife crime, this could not be truer in this case.
"A mother has lost not just one, but three sons as a result of this heinous crime."
Two other men, Ryan Hurt, 22, of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, and Macauley Welby, 22, of no fixed abode, were both cleared of murder.
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