"There are no words to describe the effect of losing Michael has had on the family, especially his two brothers.
The cruel and calculated way in which his life was taken has mentally affected our lives. Not one day goes by without the thought of what terrible injuries
were inflicted upon him just over a year ago on that long night in January.
Michael loved life in his own way, working with jewellery and antiques, and he was extremely talented in producing one-off designs for people. We will never come to terms with this family tragedy.
Unfortunately we now live in a world of greed and violence and no sentence for this violent crime will ever be enough for the people who were involved. Perhaps they could imagine the pain if it were to happen to one of their own family
Michael we miss you, God Bless. "
Two men have been found guilty of the murder of Michael Griffiths in Fernhurst and another has been found guilty of his manslaughter. Mr Griffith's body was found in the burnt out remains of his home in Glebe Close in January 2013.
Munford and Cowdrey were sentenced to life sentences in prison with a minimum of 32 years for the murder and 9 years to run concurrently for the other offences.
Around 1,000 protesters are expected to head to Balcombe, Sussex next week to set up a climate camp. This report by Tom Savvides includes interviews with villagers, campaigner Ewa Jasiewicz from "No Dash for Gas" and Supt Lawrence Hobbs of Sussex Police.
The Sussex Wildlife Trust claims that insufficient consultation and surveys were carried out before oil drilling started at Balcombe.
The charity says the ancient woodland surrounding the site in West Sussex could be home to a number of species of woodland birds, bats and dormice and their habitat is potentially being disrupted while exploration takes place.
We've been covering the story of the drilling and the protests at Balcombe for the last couple of weeks. The MP for the area is Francis Maude. We spoke to him earlier and asked him: was he surprised at the level of opposition to the drilling in Balcombe?
First it was Balcombe, now it's been revealed that a village just a few miles away could be the next site for test drilling for oil. And with deposits identified across the south, many fear it could be only a matter of time before they're next.
Tom Savvides reports from Fernhurst in Sussex and speaks to residents and campaigners Marcus Adams and Martyn Knights.
Campaigners at Greenpeace have produced a map of sites that, they say, are threatened by hydraulic fracturing. For more information click here.
Local people in Balcombe in Sussex say more and more protesters are heading to their village to support their attempts to stop fracking going ahead. And nearly all of them say they welcome the help of the campaigners. John Ryall reports.
A second supplies lorry has arrived at Balcombe and faces a crowd of anti-fracking protestors at the entrance of the drilling site.
Protestors remain at Balcombe after test drilling began at the site on Friday.
Anti-fracking protests have been blocking the path of lorries driving onto the site as they prepare to drill.
Protests have delayed Cuadrilla's plans to drill a vertical 3,000ft well to last up to three months.