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Fury at Met Police after her mother was killed on school by her violent ex-husband who had a STALKING order

The angry family of a mother who was stabbed to death by a stalker’s ex-boyfriend turned to the police, who “did nothing” to protect her.

Wafah Chkaifi, 43, was killed by her ex-husband Leon McCaskie, 41, after dropping the children off at school in New York. Maida Vale, West Londonin Monday.

Wafah's family has branded her ex a'demon'

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Wafah’s family has branded her ex a ‘demon’Credit: Provided
Leon McCaskie did not appear in court after violating the restraining order

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Leon McCaskie did not appear in court after violating the restraining orderCredit: News Group Newspaper Ltd

She was stabbed by hooded killer before An unnamed driver ran to help – lunges at the man with the knife before shouting “what did I do”.

McCaskie has been assigned an anti-tracking warrant by the Met police.

One of her sons, who asked to remain anonymous, told MailOnline officers from the London force to “do nothing” to help Ms Chkaifi, who he claimed had endured years of local stalking. prison.

Her family said she secured a restraining order against McCaskie after they divorced three years ago, and was so scared about him she installed a panic alarm in her apartment.

In a statement addressing the charges, a spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said: “A restraining order has been placed on the deceased man, and will of course be subject to further review by the Bureau. Met’s NPTD professional standards.”

Ms. Chkaifi’s son also told how her former lover had to go to court last week regarding his violation of the restraining order, but did not present it.

He said: “He was ordered to stay away from her but recently started stalking her, which has gotten worse over the past few weeks.

“The whole family is worried about her ex because he can be very violent.

“The police should have done something when he didn’t show up in court last week.”

Heartbroken family members paid tribute to the mother, who had a “heart of gold”, and praised the driver, who lunged at McCaskie in an apparent attempt to stop the attack. public, a “hero” tries to step in and save her – after years of abuse.

Detectives questioned the driver, a 26-year-old man, on suspicion of murder – but he was later released on bail.

A family spokesman told The Sun: “The man who killed my sister was a demon. The person who killed him was a hero. He deserves a medal from the queen.”

They added: “He was supposed to appear in court last week for violating a tracking order but did not appear.

“My sister even set an alarm in her apartment to protect herself from him. The police knew about his past but this still happened.

“He is a demon. He is a monster but the driver is a hero. He sees what’s happening and tries to stop it. I want to say thank you again.”

And her son added: “All who know my mother know she is a good woman. She does not deserve this. Keep her in your prayers.”

Police confirmed that the driver fully cooperated with the investigation and was released on bail in February.

It is understood that Wafah, also known as Yasmin, lived just a few minutes’ walk from the scene on Chippenham Road.

She took her teenage children, 16 and 18 years old, out of school when the incident happened at 9 a.m. yesterday.

A man who claimed to have seen the attack in London told Online email: “The driver said to me ‘what have I done?’ I told him ‘you have to do it’. “


Do you know the driver of the vehicle? Please contact 0207 782 4100 or email emma.james@the-sun.co.uk


Another man who ordered flowers added: “I live locally and I was just passing by my car when I saw it happen.”

“I ran back to my car and jumped in and locked the door. Next thing, I know a car hit the guy with a knife.

“The woman had her coat under the car but she was not hit by it. We had to lift the car up to get the guy out of the car.”

Detective Chief Inspector Neil Rawlinson said: “We are getting a clearer idea of ​​what happened at the scene thanks to information provided by the public and by looking at CCTV.

“First, it is clear that members of the public courageously tried to intervene to stop the attack and that their actions were courageous.

“We are talking to the families of those involved and doing all we can to support them at this terrible time.

“We can now confirm that both previously deceased persons are known to each other and there are no prominent suspects.

“A man who was a car driver was arrested and released on bail for a very serious offence, and we have to conduct a full investigation, looking at all the circumstances.

“Finally, we appreciate the support we have received from the public. Some people have come first, but we are still asking for anyone who hasn’t contacted us yet.

“Any information could be important in helping us fully understand why this horrible incident happened.”

Any witnesses or anyone with any information is asked to call police on 101 or contact via Twitter @MetCC. Please quote CAD 1496/24JAN reference price.

To provide anonymous contact information The person who specializes in catching criminals dial 0800 555 111.

Leon McCaskie kills ex-lover in front of terrified parents

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Leon McCaskie kills ex-lover in front of terrified parents
Gratitudes for the mother of two were left at the scene

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Gratitudes for the mother of two were left at the sceneCredits: meet the police
Forensic officers continue to work at the scene in Maida Vale

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Forensic officers continue to work at the scene in Maida ValeCredit: PA
Family members paid their respects to Wafah Chkafi

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Family members paid their respects to Wafah ChkafiCredit: PA
Yesterday, a blue car crashed into the knife player

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Yesterday, a blue car crashed into the knife playerCredit: Sun
Police open investigation after horror attack

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Police open investigation after horror attackCredit: LNP

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Bobby Allyn

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