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Man who killed sister's 'nuisance' ex-partner jailed after brutal stabbing

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A man who killed his sister's 'nuisance' ex-partner after he turned up uninvited at her home has been jailed. Liam Fosbrook 'took the law into his own hands' when he went to stay with his sibling and stabbed Dylan Towers, 35. The 29-year-old killed Towers when he arrived at his sister Tara's Stockport home in December 2021 despite having been banned from contacting her.Fosbrook went out and confronted Towers armed with two large kitchen knives in the back garden of the property in Brinnington, and stabbed him at least three times with Towers left with wounds to the neck, chest and arm, reports Manchester Evening News.Prosecutors said Fosbrook 'did nothing' to help Mr Towers afterwards and instead returned inside the house.

Neighbours called police and the court was told the quick actions of emergency services prevented Mr Towers from dying at the scene.

However he succumbed to his injuries 12 days later in hospital.Fosbrook stood trial twice over the death. At the first trial he was cleared of murder, but the jury were discharged in June last year after they were unable to reach a verdict on the alternative count of manslaughter.A re-trial on the manslaughter charge began at the end of February this year and following a two-week he was found guilty on March 8.Today, April 3, Fosbrook appeared back at Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court to be sentenced and was handed a seven-year jail term.

He must serve at least two-thirds of that before he can be considered for parole.Towers and Fosbrook's sister Tara had been in a relationship but it had broken down.

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