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His bid to win damages for the time he spent in solitary confinement had previously been rejected by the Court of Session , with judge Lord Malcolm ruling that segregation had been necessary for safety reasons.
Shahid was attacked by another inmate at HMP Edinburgh in after being allowed to return to the mainstream population.
Shahid then took his appeal to the Supreme Court, which has now unanimously allowed his appeal under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights, which deals with the the right to respect for private life.
Prison governors are allowed to authorise segregation for up to 72 hours, with any extension to that period needing to be authorised by Scottish ministers before the 72 hour period expires.
In their written ruling, the Supreme Court judges said that several orders made on behalf of the ministers authorising Shahid's continued segregation had been granted after the 72 hours had expired.
They added: "Consequently, the appellant's segregation for periods totalling about 14 months lacked authorisation under the prison rules.
On 8 November , the three men were found guilty of the racially motivated murder of Kriss Donald. All three had denied the charge, but a jury at the High Court in Edinburgh convicted them of abduction and murder.
Each of the killers received sentences of life imprisonment, with Imran Shahid given a year minimum term, Zeeshan Shahid a year minimum and Mushtaq receiving a recommended minimum of 22 years.
Controversies surrounding the case Lack of media coverage The BBC has been criticised by some viewers because the case featured on national news only three times and the first trial was later largely confined to regional Scottish bulletins including the verdict itself.
Although admitting that the BBC had "got it wrong", the organisations Head of Newsgathering, Fran Unsworth, largely rejected the suggestion that Donalds race played a part in the lack of reportage, instead claiming it was mostly a product of "Scottish blindness".
In preference to reporting the verdict the organisation found the time to report the opening of a new arts centre in Gateshead in its running order.
The BBC again faced criticisms for its failure to cover the second trial in its main bulletins, waiting until day 18 to mention the issue and Peter Horrocks of the BBC apologised for the organisations further failings.
Peter Fahy, spokesman of race issues for the Association of Chief Police Officers, noted that the media as a whole tended to under-report the racist murders of white people, stating "it was a fact that it was harder to get the media interested where murder victims were young white men".
The group did hold a rally in the area, leading to accusations that it was fuelling racial tension. THE mum of murdered teenager Kriss Donald yelled with delight today as one of his racist killers had his time behind bars increased.
Daanish Zahid returned to the High Court in Glasgow - more than a decade after he was jailed for life for the crime that shocked Scotland.
It lead to Zahid today being jailed for another six years after he admitted attempting to defeat the ends of justice. Imran Shahid was seeking revenge after earlier being assaulted - despite the 15 year-old being totally blameless.
His brother Zeeshan and Mohammed Mushtaq were also jailed for life. Daanish Zahid had been found guilty at a separate trial.
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In September , Omar Sadiq was stabbed to death in a violent attack in Glasgow. Ahsan Shahid also had previous convictions for fraud from and was jailed for the same crime in along with his wife.
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