Birmingham Crown Court heard on June 10 that Jonathan Houseman had worked with Brian Mcintosh and Will Henry on an industrial estate before they were found dead on September 30.
Prosecutor, Michael Burrows QC, told the court that the 31 and 29-year-old had become 'increasingly frustrated' with 32-year-old Houseman, after only receiving 'part of the money'.Mr Burrows went on to say that this gives Houseman a 'clear motive' for the Birmingham pair's death, according to Birmingham Live.
The court also heard today that Mr Mcintosh was shot four times in the face and neck while Mr Henry was struck twice. He said: "The victims worked together in waste clearance."Houseman owed Mcintosh and Henry around £200,000.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk