"The Post has been told that James, who admitted murder, warned at least one parent that Mr Ebrahimi had been taking photographs of children in the crescent.
Several men came from nearby streets with the intention of "dealing" with the allegations by threatening him, but refrained.
Sources have said that Mr Ebrahimi was only taking photos of the children he believed had, at James' instigation, damaged his flower beds."
"The council has refused to say whether they received any complaints of anti-social behaviour from Mr Ebrahimi during his time in Capgrave Crescent.
It has also refused to confirm whether he made complaints about his flowers being damaged, or whether he was moved from his previous council house, believed to have been on Callington Road, because he was having trouble with neighbours there."
"In September, the IPCC confirmed it had served three constables who dealt with Mr Ebrahimi with gross misconduct notices after information about their conduct "came to light"."