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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.

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VIDEO: Folkestone murderer who killed in a jealous rage showed 'not one flicker of remorse'.

A man from Folkestone has been sentenced to life in prison for beating a father of two to death in a jealous rage. The court heard that Brian Sharp had become obsessively jealous of his victim's friendship with his girlfriend.

The judge said Sharp had shown 'not one flicker of remorse' after his 'cold hearted and callous attack.' on Tim Clayton, who was sleeping rough at the time.

Sarah Saunders spoke to Mr Clayton's mother and father, Anna and John; his daughter Jess and Det Chief Inspector Paul Fotheringham from Kent Police.

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