‘Bad blood’ between two men led to brutal stabbing which caused victim’s ‘guts to spill out’



A visitor to a house was stabbed so deeply in the stomach by a drink and drug-fuelled lodger that it caused "his guts to spill out," a court heard.
Lee Warburton, who had "bad blood" with the victim, used a six to eight inch long serrated-edge knife to cause the injury, whilst fighting outside the property in Green Lane, Market Harborough, on the evening of Tuesday December 23, 2014.
Warburton had been drinking and taken Methadone, Leicester Crown Court was told.
The 56-year-old defendant, who suffers from Parkinson's disease, pleaded guilty to unlawful wounding on the... read more

 
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