FOUR teenagers lost their lives as three more days of violence swept Broken Britain.
Two victims were knifed, one shot and one beaten to death in 72 hours of horror.
Two were aged 18 and the others 17 in a trail of mayhem that led from London to Nottingham and the normally quiet city of Hereford.
In one attack the murdered youth, 18-year-old Wahab Zaaki, had a history of carrying knives and may have been armed himself.
Killed ... Wahab Zaaki
Wahab, who called himself "Killa", was stabbed in the chest in a frenzied attack near a bin store in Walthamstow, East London, on Friday night.
He stumbled 200 yards to a courtyard where he collapsed, dying soon afterwards on the way to hospital. Yesterday it emerged that Wahab was known to cops for carrying blades.
He lived in nearby Chingford with his mother, stepfather and seven-year-old sister.
He went to Walthamstow after getting a phone call while out with his mum to say someone was "looking for him". His girlfriend Lindsay Moss, 16, said: "Killa was just a silly nickname. He was a very quiet person studying art."
Darren Loader and Tyler Luette
Victims ... Darren Loader, left, and Tyler Juett
A shrine where Wahab fell was lined with flowers, messages and bottles of his favourite drink, Dragon Stout.
A 17-year-old arrested on suspicion of murder remained in police custody.
Less than 24 hours later another 18-year-old was found dead with a single gunshot wound to the neck near the notorious Broadwater Farm Estate in Tottenham, North London.
The area, scene of riots in 1985 which claimed the life of PC Keith Blakelock, was cordoned off last night.
The victim, thought to be Algerian, has not been named.
He is the sixth teen to be murdered in the capital in 2009.
Last night the family of a teen stabbed to death during a suspected burglary protested his innocence. Tyler Juett, 17, died after neighbours of Jacqueline Johnson said an intruder had been caught "red-handed" in her semi in Old Basford, Nottingham.
But his aunt Leah Juett said the family had seen no proof he was trying to commit a crime when he died.
She declared: "We do not want to say too much but all we will say, for now, is that people make things up."
A 22-year-old man, believed to be a close relative of the householder, was being quizzed by detectives.
Meanwhile in Hereford, police continued to question four men over the killing of student Darren Loader, 17.
He was battered to death after being ambushed as he walked home with friends on a disused railway line.
It is thought the attack followed a row between local teenagers and Eastern European immigrants.
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