Mandatory life terms handed to Liam Devlin’s killers

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Two Derry men who murdered a Donegal teenager in the city two years ago have been told they will serve a minimum of 11 years in prison.
In October, 21 year old Sean Cruickshank, from Lislane Drive, and 22 year old Edward McEleney from Circular Road, were convicted of the murder of 19 year old Liam Devlin from Burnfoot.
He died of brain injuries after he was attacked in Rinmore Drive in August 2007.
Both men were given mandatory life terms at today’s sentening hearing.


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