A homeless man has been jailed for life after confessing to the murder of a waiter nearly 40 years ago. Anthony Kemp, now 59, attacked Christopher Ainscough with a marble ashtray after they met on a night out in London in December 1983.
He was just 21 when he inflicted devastating head injuries, including a fractured skull, on his victim after he invited him back to his flat. READ MORE: Today, Kemp was sentenced to life in jail with a minimum term of 15-and-a-half years after he pleaded guilty to murder at the Old Bailey.
Judge Mark Dennis QC told him: “This was a wholly unjustified, brutal killing that led to the death of a harmless, well respected, good-natured man who had befriended you and caused you no harm.” The judge said theRead more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk