Justice Wyn Williams has today sentenced John Mason to life in prison for the murder of 66 year old Angelika Dries-Jenkins.
Mason will serve a minimum of 30 years in prison before being considered for parole.
On sentencing Mason Justice Wyn Williams said:
You've been convicted of a brutal and heartless murder and you did it so you could steal Angelika Dries-Jenkins' money. This was a despicable crime. You spent her money and went about it without a care in the world.
There is a very real likelihood you will spend the rest of your life in jail
John William Mason has been sentenced to life in prison after being found guilty of murdering 66 year-old Angelika Dries-Jenkins at her home in Narbeth in June last year.
Mason will serve a minimum of 30 years before being considered for considered for parole.
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John Mason has been found guilty at Swansea Crown Court of the murder of Angelika Dries-Jenkins.
The jury in the trial of John William Mason has retired to consider it's verdict. He is accused of murderingAngelika Dries-Jenkins at her home in Narberth in June 2011. Mason denies the charges.
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A pensioner who set up as an alternative medicine practitioner as a cover to molest women collapsed minutes before being sentenced at Swansea Crown Court.
Reginald Gill, 77, claimed he could diagnose cancer using a bizarre, entirely unscientific probe.He was found guilty of nine sex offences and two fraud charges at Swansea Crown Court at the start of last month.
Today he was discovered by a court usher slumped over his scooter, apparently from ill health. Paramedics were called to the court and Gill was taken to hospital. The court was told later that the pensioner would be kept in overnight for observation. The sentencing was adjourned until April 10.