The mother and sister of businessman Julian Gardner who was killed by a gang of burglars have made statements after the men were jailed.
Four men who were part of a gang of burglars who crushed a businessman to death on his farm in Robertsbridge have been jailed for 36 years.
Four professional burglars have been found guilty of crushing businessman Julian Gardner to death.
Sussex Police have released a statement from Julian's mother, Molly Gardner and sister, Anna Murphy.
"Those criminals now convicted appear to have shown no remorse for their actions. All those present that night bear responsibility and must live with Julian's death on their conscience forever.
"They know that they will eventually be released from their sentence. However, we as Julian's family will never be released from our sorrow.
"Our Julian was above all a good and decent man who worked hard all his life. Before he had the opportunity to sit back and enjoy the results of his lifetime's work, these men...felt they had the right to steal all that Julian had worked for but succeeded only in robbing him of his life."
A gang of burglars who crushed a Sussex businessman to death at his farm at Robertsbridge has been jailed for a total of 36 years.
Four men will be sentenced later for the manslaughter of a farmer at his home in east Sussex. Julian Gardner died after the burglary at his farm in Robertsbridge in October 2010. Malcolm Shaw has been finding out more.
Speaking in Malcolm Shaw's report was the Rev Jack Lusted, the vicar of Robertsbridge and Salehurst, Julian's mother, Molly Gardner, speaking in 2010 and Peter Thompson from the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust.
Four men are to be sentenced today for the manslaughter of a man at his home in east Sussex. Julian Gardner died following the attack at Bush Barn farm in Robertsbridge in October 2010.
5 men have been found guilty of conspiracy to burgle after a businessman was found dead at his farm in Sussex.
The body of Julian Gardner was discovered in Robertsbridge.
A jury at Lewes crown court is still considering its verdicts on a number of other charges including manslaughter.