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Couple convicted of plotting to kill Joss Stone appeal for sentence reduction

Couple convicted of plotting to kill Joss Stone appeal for sentence reduction Credit: Sean Dempsey/PA Archive/Press Association Images

Two men found guilty of plotting to kill Joss Stone are appealing to have their sentences reduced at the Court of Appeal today.

Junior Bradshaw and Kevin Liverpool were found guilty of planning to rob and kill the singer at her Devon home last April.

Liverpoool was jailed for life with a minimum of 10 years and 8 months while Bradshaw was jailed for 18 years.

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One of the men accused of plotting to kill Joss Stone has told a jury he had never heard of the singer before his arrest. Junior Bradshaw said he thought he was going for ‘a day out’ in the country when he travelled to Devon with flatmate Kevin Liverpool.

Bradshaw told Exeter Crown Court he had no idea that the car he was driving contained an arsenal of weapons and said he did not know why there were two knives, two hammers and two balaclavas in it.

The former mental patient said he was sharing a small flat in Manchester but had no inkling about the plan he was allegedly cooking up to attack Joss Stone at her home in Devon. He denies all charges, as does his fellow defendant, Kevin Liverpool.

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