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Seven years jail for stabbing death of former friend

Seven years jail 제천안마for stabbing death of former friend

SUNDERLAND star Lee Carsley (left) was jailed for life for murdering a victim in 2014 and he will remain locked in a minimum-security prison until age 85.

Carsley, 29, a member of the Scottish football team for five years, said: “I accept responsibility and apologise for my actions.”

He was convicted of murdering Daniel O’Halloran, 24, on July 26, 2014 after beating him with an extension cord after their night out.

The jury heard how after the fight O’Halloran fell to the floor and Carsley stabbed him several times – before killing him.

Carsley, of Rakeley, Dunfermline, denied two counts of murder and was given a total sentence of five years and eight months in prison.

‘No shame or remorse’

In September 2015 O’Halloran’s mother Christine, 57, wrote a letter to The Journal which she said was not meant to be read out publicly.

Her letter said: “Lee was not a bully, he was the first and last person I trusted.”

She said in the letter: “No-one was going to blame or seek justice for the deaths of my son… no-one was going to do anything except give up because they are scared, they are anxious.”

Carsley was given a minimum eight-year sentence to run concurrently – he was released from detention earlier this year and is eligible to apply for parole.

The court heard the killing took place on a night on the town and that Carsley had been invited to drink with two friends when he was then asked to join him for a bottle of whisky.

At that point, prosecutors alleged Carsley had attacked O’Halloran because he had gone ou크레이지 슬롯t with friends to join them.

‘Dirty play’

A third of those at th점보카지노e party were in tears during the sentencing hearing.

Carsley, of Blackstone, Edinburgh, admitted causing grievous bodily harm and attempted murder at Dunfermline Sheriff Court following the attack on his ex-girlfriend at an industrial estate in Raithville.

He pleaded guilty to four counts of murder at a sentencing hearing on Saturday, November 6.

He had previously denied murder, unlawful wounding with intent, assault causing harm, two counts of rape and attempted assault on a man in his 20s.

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