In this week’s Express we lead on a man who fatally punched a dad-of-two who suspected him of having an affair with his wife has been jailed for three and a half years.
Alexander Frew was jailed on Tuesday for the manslaughter of Burberry machinist Matthew Welford.
The jury found Frew guilty by a majority of 10-2 after almost two days of deliberation and a week-long trial at Leeds Crown Court.
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