Murderer who attacked student in McDonald’s admits trying to sabotage trial

Murderer who attacked student in McDonald’s admits trying to sabotage trial
 

A convicted murderer who knocked out a student’s teeth in McDonald’s admitted trying to sabotage his trial.
Paul Branchflower was jailed for life with a minimum of 13 years behind bars after running over Glynn Ellis, 46, in Manchester in 2002.
He convinced a parole board he was no longer a risk and was let out on day release, only to attack Ross Stephenson in Liverpool in 2014.
Branchflower stood trial over the incident, but it collapsed after a woman called Christina Gregson contacted Mr Stephenson on Facebook.
She suggested a police investigation into the assault at the Lord Street... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 33
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