Say no more. Useless vermin.
Three men have been found guilty of murdering a sub-postmaster's son during an armed raid in Worcestershire.
Craig Hodson-Walker, 29, was killed at Fairfield Post Office on 9 January, Birmingham Crown Court heard. Anselm Ribera, 34, and Christopher Morrissey, 32, both from Birmingham, and Declan Morrissey, 34, of Solihull, were found guilty of murder. They were also convicted of attempting to murder his father Ken. Adrian Snape, 25, was cleared of both charges.Snape, of Camelot Way, Small Heath, Birmingham, had pleaded guilty to attempted robbery and admitted he was the getaway driver. After he was cleared of murder, he leapt up in the dock and shouted obscenities.
Three guilty of post office murder