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A woman who allegedly filmed her boyfriend bleeding to death was more shocked by the anger of witnesses with her than the sight of his fatal injuries, a court heard.
Khalid Safi, 18, was stabbed to death outside a Costa Coffee in Acton, West London.
His girlfriend, 20-year-old Fatima Khan is accused of planning the attack with Raza Khan, before whipping out her phone to film her on/off boyfriend's traumatic death.
The footage was captioned: "This is what happens when you fuck with me."
Passer-by Joshua Jackson said that she was confronted by another witness at the scene who asked: "What are you going to do with that, put it on Facebook?"
Jackson also told the court: "She seemed more shocked that the person was angry with her for taking the photograph than the sight of the man lying on the ground in this serious condition."
It's alleged that she looked calm, and didn't offer any help as strangers performed CPR on Safi to try and save his life.
Fatima is accused of calling on Raza Khan, who is still on the run, to kill her lover.
The court was shown the Snapchat footage along with CCTV images allegedly showing the fight between Safi and 19-year-old Khan.
Victim, Safi, was a refugee from Afghanistan who spent time in the Calais Jungle before settling in the UK five years ago.
He died on the scene due to a fatal stab wound to the heart.
The murder took place on 1 December last year and the video was put straight on Snapchat.
Fatima, who lives in Ilford in east London, has denied murder and conspiracy to cause GBH.
The trial continues.
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