Man who killed housemate gets life

A man who admitted killing his housemate and burying his body in a concrete tomb will serve a minimum of 14 years in prison.

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Police say a hotel worker who killed his housemate was an 'extraordinary' case

The detective in charge of the case, DCI Gwyn Dodd says it was an extraordinary case. Sebastian Bendou who admitted killing his housemate was acting under the control of another man Dominic Kocher. Kocher admitted his part in the murder at an earlier hearing.

Christophe Borgye's body was buried under a shed, in the garden of the house he shared with Bendou in Ellesmere Port. Sebastian Bendou has been sentenced to life in prison with a minimum term of 14 years.

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