A man who was stabbed 14 times by his business partner has spoken of his disgust that his attacker may only spend six years in prison.
A Bedford man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison today at Luton Crown Court after stabbing his buiness partner 14 times.
Ravi Sandhu, aged 24, of Kathie Road, Bedford, has been found guilty by a jury at Luton Crown Court of the manslaughter of Kevin Harrison.
A Bedford man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for stabbing his business partner six times and then hitting him around the head with an iron.
Barry Bell, 47, of Lindisfarne Priory, Bedford, was found guilty of causing grievous bodily harm with intent.
A judge has called it a monstrous and callous deceit: forcing destitute men into servitude. Tonight a husband and wife are in jail.
James John Connors and his wife Josie were sentenced for their part in crimes that took place at a caravan site near Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire.
Neil Bradford's report from the ITV Anglia lunchtime bulletin.
Ravi Sandhu, aged 24, of Kathie Road, Bedford, has been found guilty by ajury at Luton Crown Court of the manslaughter of Kevin Harrison.
He punched Mr Harrison, from Raunds, in September last year in an unprovoked attack in Bedford town centre after a night out. The injuries caused as Mr Harrison’s head hit the pavement were fatal.
Outside court Kevin's widow Patricia said of her husband: "Kevin was my best friend, he meant the world to me and still lives on in my memory. He was the most caring person I have ever known. He was hard working and he loved his family dearly. We are totally lost without him."