Two men, convicted of the murder of a take-away delivery driver, have today been jailed for life.
James Siree, 22, and his uncle, Gary Bland, 42, were told that they would have to serve a minimum of 18 years before they can apply for release.
They were convicted of murder on Monday after a jury at Mold Crown Court heard during a three week trial how they punched, kicked and stamped to death Gabor Sarkozi, a 38-year-old Hungarian national living in Rhyl.
Sentencing them today, Mr Justice Griffith-Williams branded the attack as “mindless, drunken violence.”
Speaking through a translator, Gabor’s sister said he loved life and his family. The family described him as "a man with a big heart... with many friends."
"Despite his size he had a very gentle nature and was very caring and loving." His sister likened him to a “big teddy bear... rreplaceable”.
His parents and 15 year old daughter live in the south east of Hungary, close to the Romanian border