A taxi driver has been cleared of murdering 18 year old Robert Sebbage from Hampshire.
Selios Morfis was convicted of causing deadily bodily injury without intent and sentenced to 11 years in prison in Patras, Greece.
Robert, from Tadley was killed and four of his friends were injured during a night out on the Greek island of Zante last July.
It was alleged they were attacked after a row broke out between them and a group of taxi drivers.
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