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The family of a teenager from Hampshire stabbed to death of a Greek holiday isle say they are preparing themselves for the agony of a retrial. Robert Sebbage, who was 18, was stabbed on the last night of a boy's holiday to Zante in July 2011.
Local taxi driver Stelios Morfis was found guilty of causing deadly bodily injury without intent, and sentenced to 11 years in prison. Now though, the prosecutor has ordered that he be retried. It means Robert's parents must face their son's killer again. Kate Bunkall reports.
The family of a teenager stabbed to death in Greece are to fly back to the country this summer to see the man accused of killing him face a retrial.
Eighteen-year-old Robert Sebbage from Tadley was with a group of friends when he was killed on the island of Zante in July 2011.
Taxi driver Stelios Morfis - who's twenty five - was cleared of Robert's murder but convicted of causing deadly bodily injury without_** intent. He now faces a retrial - accused of Robert's murder.