The grieving relatives of a mother and daughter stabbed to death by a Turkish national in Thame in South Oxfordshire say that "no sentence would be long enough".
Ensar Gol, 22 killed his wife 28-year-old Michala with a kitchen knife in the marital bedroom before launching a frenzied attack on her mother, Julie Sahin, 50 when she tried to intervene.
Today Ensar Gol was told he would serve a minimum of 36 years behind bars.
Ensar Gol who was convicted of murdering his wife and mother in law at their home in Thame in Oxfordshire has been jailed for 36 years by a judge at Oxford Crown Court.
A Turkish man who murdered his wife and his mother-in-law in Thame in Oxfordshire is due to be sentenced today. Ensar Gol was found guilty of stabbing Michaela Gol with a knife from the kitchen as she slept upstairs. He also fatally stabbed her mother, Julie Sahin.
A man's been found guilty of murdering his wife and mother-in-law in a bloodbath at their home in Thame. The jury at Oxford Crown Court took less than two hours to convict 22-year-old Ensar Gol who met bride Michala on a Turkish holiday.