At Wolverhampton Crown Court today, a 13-year-old youth, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has been jailed for life, with a minimum tariff of 12 years, after he had been found guilty of the murder of 47-year-old Glynis Bensley by a jury following a trial in March.
Fellow defendant Zoheb Majid, aged 20 from Smethwick was found guilty of Ms Bensley’s manslaughter and robbery and was jailed to 10 years On Wednesday 3 September 2014, the 47-year-old victim left the Seven Stars Public House in Smethwick.
As she walked along Cheshire Road, she was confronted by the 13-year-old defendant followed by Zoheb Majid.
The youth punched Ms Bensley, causing her to fall to the floor and whilst on the floor he stamped on her face leaving an imprint of his training shoe.
They then robbed Ms Bensley leaving her on the pavement.
Approximately an hour later, a witness came...
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