Joss Stone death plot accomplice jailed

London, July 10 (ANI): A man who joined his flatmate's plot to rob and kill British soul singer Joss Stone has been jailed for 18 years.

Junior Bradshaw, 32, of St Stephen's Close, Manchester, had denied conspiracy to kill and rob the international pop star at her house in Ashill, near Hemyock, Devon, in 2011, the BBC reported.

Bradshaw and his cohort, Kevin Liverpool, were both found guilty at Exeter Crown Court three months ago.

Liverpool, 35, was given life in prison in April with a minimum term of 10 years and eight months.

The duo was caught with a body bag and an assortment of weapons including a Samurai sword, two hammers and knives.

The judge at the court also told Bradshaw that, although he has an IQ of just 65, he understood what he was involved in.

According to the doctors, Bradshaw, whose sentence had been delayed for psychiatric reports, was diagnosed with schizophrenia and mental impairment but he did not need hospital treatment. (ANI)


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