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Gary Martin (above) was sentenced to 50 years in prison for the murder of Christina Stubbs and Devon Hannibal in a car parked outside the Hall Next Door club in Brooklyn

Assassins who are a father of two and his girlfriend & # 39; hunted, stalked and killed & # 39; have a nightclub outside of Brooklyn, are put in jail for 50 years each because the judge says the case is & # 39; the worst of humanity & # 39; demonstrates

  • Gary Martin and Kenrick Bayliss in an ambushed couple outside Hall Next Door club
  • Devon Hannibal and Christina Stubbs were shot while they were in an SUV
  • Hannibal, 27, was stuck 12 times, while Stubbs, 23, was hit once by a stray bullet
  • Bayliss and Martin gave each other 25 years of life imprisonment for murders
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Two men convicted of the execution-like murder of a couple while they were in a car in front of a nightclub in New York were sentenced to 50 years in prison.

Gary Martin (35) and Kenrick Bayliss (37) ambushed Devon Hannibal (27) and Christina Stubbs (23) when they left a club in Brooklyn in 2017 and massacred the couple in a bullet.

Father of two, Hannibal was stuck 12 times, while Stubbs was hit once when the couple was shot in an SUV after leaving the Hall Next Door club on June 23, 2017.

The shooter emptied his 13-shot 9mm clip through the red Dodge Durange driver's side window, police said.

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Gary Martin (above) was sentenced to 50 years in prison for the murder of Christina Stubbs and Devon Hannibal in a car parked outside the Hall Next Door club in Brooklyn

Gary Martin (above) was sentenced to 50 years in prison for the murder of Christina Stubbs and Devon Hannibal in a car parked outside the Hall Next Door club in Brooklyn

Christina Stubbs, 23, was killed by a stray bullet intended for her partner

Christina Stubbs, 23, was killed by a stray bullet intended for her partner

27-year-old Devon Hannibal was shot 12 times by the driver side of his SUV in Brooklyn in 2017

27-year-old Devon Hannibal was shot 12 times by the driver side of his SUV in Brooklyn in 2017

Devon Hannibal (right), 27, was shot 12 times by the driver's side of his SUV in Brooklyn in 2017. Christina Stubbs (left), 23, was killed by a stray bullet intended for her partner

Hannibal is believed to be the target and Stubbs was killed by a stray bullet while sitting in the passenger seat.

Guard footage from the time of the murders around 4.40 a.m. showed one man fleeing, while another captured an SUV driving backwards.

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Mobile phone data showed that Bayliss followed the movements of the victims, while Martin received weapons for both men.

Bayliss sms & Martin to tell him when the victims left the club and then acted as a lookout while Martin committed the shooting, prosecutors said.

Prosecutors have not revealed a motive for the attack.

Martin and Bayliss maintained their innocence but were convicted on September 27 for two counts of second-degree murder.

Yesterday, Martin and Bayliss received two consecutive 25 lifetime sentences at Brooklyn Supreme Court – the most severe prison sentences available.

Kenrick Bayliss (above) is said to have sent an email to his accomplice Gary Martin to let him know when their targets left the Brooklyn nightclub at around 4:40.
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Kenrick Bayliss (above) is said to have sent an email to his accomplice Gary Martin to let him know when their targets left the Brooklyn nightclub at around 4:40.

Kenrick Bayliss (above) is said to have sent an email to his accomplice Gary Martin to let him know when their targets left the Brooklyn nightclub at around 4:40.

The Hall Next door club, also known as Linden Hall, in East New York, Brooklyn, was the scene of the double murder in June 2017

The Hall Next door club, also known as Linden Hall, in East New York, Brooklyn, was the scene of the double murder in June 2017

The Hall Next door club, also known as Linden Hall, in East New York, Brooklyn, was the scene of the double murder in June 2017

Justice Vincent Del Giudice told an overcrowded courtroom that the & # 39; case shows the worst of humanity & # 39 ;, said the New York Daily News.

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He said: & # 39; The purpose of this court is that these individuals will never be released. This case shows the worst of humanity.

& # 39; These two victims were hunted, stalked and killed. Every click of the trigger shows the intention of a person. Every victim has the right to justice. & # 39;

Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez said the & # 39; cold accused the execution of two young people & # 39 ;.

In a statement he added: & # 39; This conviction must send a clear message that there are serious consequences for those who destroy and terrorize our communities with gun violence. & # 39;

Hannibal had children aged four and five at the time of the attack, police said.

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