Malaga’s Provincial Court sentenced a British man to 12-and-a-half years in jail last week for stabbing to death a friend of his father’s who he was staying with him in Torremolinos in May 2006. The man, using a false name, had arrived at the house in Los Alamos after a trip to Thailand. He told the court he had hidden the body but denied killing the man. The murder took place at the beginning of May but the body was not discovered in a room in the house until the 24th. Of that month. The man was also ordered to pay 150,000 euros in compensation to the victim’s family. The jury reached the guilty verdict unanimously after they heard that the man had already been sentenced to life in prison in Britain for homicide and arms trafficking.
BRITON JAILED FOR MURDER