11-year prison sentence for Robert Sebbage's killer

Basingstoke Gazette: Robert Sebbage Robert Sebbage

THE man found guilty of killing Tadley teenager Robert Sebbage has been sent to prison for 11-years.

Stelios Morfis was today cleared of murdering the 18-year-old, but found guilty of stabbing him and injuring four of his friends.

Today, 22-year-old Morfis heard his fate in court in the port city of Patrus, where he was sentenced to 11-years in prison – six for killing Robert and five for injuring Callum Lane, Sam Champion, Steven Granston and Jordan Manson.

See tomorrow’s Gazette for reaction from Robert’s parents Andy and Rhian, who have been in Greece for the two-and-a-half-week trial.

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9:02pm Wed 19 Sep 12

big_balls says...

When is going on a stabbing frenzy and killing someone not murder?

11 years and only 6 for clearly murder? Out in 3 no doubt. You'd get more for speeding
When is going on a stabbing frenzy and killing someone not murder? 11 years and only 6 for clearly murder? Out in 3 no doubt. You'd get more for speeding big_balls
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