A County Durham conman convicted of the cold-blooded murder of his parents has been jailed for life.
Stephen Seddon will serve at least 40 years in jail before being considered for parole.
The judge told Seddon he had been driven by greed and "had effectively executed" his parents to collect his inheritance.
During sentencing, Seddon shook his head and shouted "I am an innocent man".
Watch the full report from Claire Montgomery below.
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