“James Brabbs has finally admitted his guilt to the brutal and unprovoked attack which has left Mr Khan’s family devastated and shocked the people of Easingwold. “Brabbs has given no reasonable explanation for his actions on the night he stabbed Mr Khan in the neck. “The sentence handed down is the least Brabbs deserves. I hope Mr Khan’s family can take some comfort in the knowledge that justice has been done."
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