The minor confrontation that ended in murder: the killer is filmed shouting at an innocent father before stabbing him deadly
- CCTV video shows the heated debate that led to Pencille's violent attack
- Darren Pencille, 36, stabbed Lee Pomeroy, 51, neck on a train in January
- A sequence reveals that he is flying in a murderous rage after being challenged
- We can hear him saying in his phone: "I'm going to kill this man"
Pencille, 36, will serve at least 28 years in prison
CCTV captured the terrifying moment that career criminal Darren Pencille launched into a deadly rage against his innocent victim Lee Pomeroy on a train bound for London.
Today, Pencille, 36, was convicted and sentenced for the murder of 51-year-old Mr. Pomeroy on the Guildford-Waterloo train in January.
It was the gangster's 25th criminal conviction for 30 offenses – including slicing a man's neck on a Rizla cigarette paper – ever since he joined the infamous London gang of criminals, the South Man Syndicate, in his adolescence.
Images show how much the drug gang leader became furious after being frustrated. Mr. Pomeroy and his son were standing in the train aisle.
The two men exchanged fiery words and Mr. Pomeroy even followed Pencille alone in the next car where they kept shouting at each other.
Immediately before embarking on his violent attack, Pencille can be heard screaming: "You have heard what I said, I challenge you, I challenge you.
"You make fun of me, I challenge you.
Still images and videos from the CCTV cameras of the train show the advanced of the attack. Pencille said worryingly, "You touch me and you see what happens at the next stop"
The two men exchanged warm words after Pencille challenged Mr. Pomeroy to stand in the alley
The father had told the thug that he had disrespected her son, to which Pencille had replied: "You touch me, you touch me and you see what happens at the next stop."
Moments later, Pencille is heard talking on his phone and telling his girlfriend, "I'm going to kill this man.
"He will be dead.
Shortly after the frenetic attack began, the 27 violent seconds captured under CCTV while Pencille took a knife out of his pocket and stabbed Mr. Pomeroy 18 times around the neck, body and arms.
The old man, who was one day of his 52nd birthday and was traveling to London for a day with his 14-year-old son, can be seen trying to defend himself.
Today, at Old Bailey, Pencille was found guilty of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment for a minimum of 28 years.
Mr. Pomeroy's broken-hearted widow (photo) said life "has become empty"
After the stabbing, Pencille landed in Clandon, where his girlfriend Chelsea Mitchell, aged 28, came to pick him up. She took him out of the scene and helped him to change his appearance.
Today, she has been found guilty of helping an offender and sentenced to 28 months in prison.
Mr. Pomeroy died a little over an hour after being injured in the neck, as well as eight other torso and other cuts to his arm, hands and thighs in less than 30 seconds.
At his trial in Old Bailey, Pencille refused to testify, claiming that he had acted in self-defense. But jurors learned how Pencille had a history of violence after stabbing a roommate at the back of the neck for a minor dispute in 2010 and threatened to kill a staff member at a mental health center last June.