This is the moment a hitman driver chatted to a friend at a burger bar hours after murdering two young children.
Mohammed Sullaiman Khan was behind the wheel of his powerful Audi A3 when he ran a red light and crashed into a BMW.
The BMW was driven by Arithi Nahar, who was taking her two sons Sanjay Singh, 10, and 23-month-old Pawanveer home for tea.
The boys, already in their pajamas, had just picked up their dinner at a seafood bar where their father worked.
But the brothers died instantly in the crash on Birmingham New Road in Wolverhampton, while their mother also suffered serious injuries.
Khan fled the scene and was caught on security footage at a burger bar waiting for food less than two hours later.
Footage released by West Midlands Police shows Khan chatting with a friend, occasionally rubbing his chest, who was injured in the high-speed crash.
Khan, 27, from Edgbaston, was also caught on CCTV driving at high speed in a 40mph zone minutes before the accident, which occurred at around 8.45pm on March 14, 2019.
He pleaded guilty at Wolverhampton Crown Court to two counts of causing death by dangerous driving.
Hamza Shahid, 36, a Bentley driver accused of taking part in a high-speed road race with the Audi, has been cleared of causing death by dangerous driving.
He denied driving the Audi and told jurors he was speeding to avoid Khan’s aggressive driving.
One of Khan’s brothers, Mohammed Asim Khan, 34, of Hall Green, was found guilty of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice by lying to police about his brother’s car.
At the court hearing at 10.20pm, police were called by Mohammed, who said Khan’s Audi had been stolen in a car key break-in earlier in the day.
Another brother, lawyer Mohammed Adil Khan, 35, from Edgbaston, was found not guilty of the same charge.
A fifth man, Rashane Henry, 32, of Bilston, Wolverhampton, was cleared of taking part in the conspiracy.
The Khan brothers, from Birmingham, will be sentenced at a later date.
In a statement, the boys’ heartbroken family said: “We as parents of Sanjay and Pawanveer miss them terribly, we will never see them grow into teenagers and later adults.”
“That was stolen from us. Our boys were taken away in the blink of an eye on March 14, 2019. The day our lives and our homes also died.”
“With the support of our family, friends, loved ones, colleagues and professionals, we have again developed a new way of life with this constant pain and bleeding in our hearts.”
The Khan brothers will be sentenced at a later date.
Detective Constable Karl Davies, of the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, who led the investigation, said: “Our duty was to Sanjay and Pawanveer and their family, who were so brave throughout.”
“It is terrible, almost indescribable, that two young brothers died in such a terrible collision.”
A sixth man, Tejinder Singh, 30, from Bilston, denies conspiracy to pervert the course of justice and assisting an offender. He will be tried at a later date.