Murderer showed 'no empathy' after killing homeless man

A man from Folkestone has been sentenced to life in prison for beating a homeless man to death in a jealous rage.

Brian Sharp, who's 55, faces at least 18 years in jail before being considered for parole. The court heard Sharp was jealous of Tim Clayton's friendship with his girlfriend. And carried out a sustained assault on his victim in Folkestone last November.

We spoke to Tim's father, John Clayton.

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Folkestone man jailed for life for killing homeless man

A Folkestone man has been sentenced to life and will serve a minimum of 18 years in prison after being found guilty of murdering a homeless person in a jealous rage.