The London rioters who stole a PSP and 10 games from 20 year-old student Ashraf Rossli after his jaw had been broken and bicycle stolen have been found guilty of various crimes.
John Kafunda, 22 - the man videoed helped a bleeding Ashraf Rossli to his feet - was found guilt of robbery at Wood Green Crown Court.
Kafunda appeared to be aiding Rossli as 24-year-old Reece Donovan strode over and began rifling through Rossli's bag. But instead of preventing Donovan, Kafunda joined in.
Donovan was videoed walking off with what turned out to be a PSP and 10 games. Donovan was found guilty of theft. The jury is deliberating whether he's guilty of robbery.
"I knew they were stealing from me but I could do nothing."
Theft is the lesser of the two crimes. It involves simply taking something from someone. Robbery, however, involves theft and a form of violence.
Kafunda didn't appear to take anything, but guided a confused Rossli away when he cottoned on to what was happening.
Both Kafunda and Donovan have been found guilty of violent disorder.
"I knew they were stealing from me but I could do nothing," commented Rossli, reported by BBC News.
"I was sat on the pavement with blood pouring from my mouth.
"I remember being approached by a male who asked if I was OK. I remember being pulled to my feet, then I felt someone again tugging at my rucksack.
"I was not in a position to defend myself and was still suffering from the effects of being hit. Once they had taken what they wanted they left."
The 17 year-old who broke Rossli's jaw and stole his bicycle, Beau Isagba, was charged with GBH and robbery. He'll be sentenced on 9th March.