THE brother of Caneze Riaz has spoken of his bitter hatred and contempt for the man who killed her and her four daughters by setting fire to their home.
Mohammed Riaz died in hospital two days after torching the family home in Tremellen Street, Accrington.
But in an exclusive interview with the Observer, Barry Khanan, the closest surviving relative, said: "If he'd survived I would have killed him myself.''
Barry, 38, of Countess Street, Accrington, branded Mohammed the worst kind of racist who hated England and could not come to terms with his family adopting a more westernised way of life.
He added: "He was insecure, selfish and childish.''
Barry was speaking after an inquest recorded verdicts of five unlawful killings and a suicide.