Boss of a multimillion-pound recycling business led vigilantes who killed a man he wrongly thought had burgled his daughter’s home

A millionaire businessman led a vigilante gang who beat to death a man he wrongly suspected of burgling his daughter's home.

Boss of a multimillion-pound recycling business led vigilantes who killed a man he wrongly thought had burgled his daughter’s home

  • Michael Phillips, 39, was savagely beaten at his Hartlepool home last June
  • Neil Elliott, 44, was convicted of manslaughter at for his ‘leading role’ 
  • He was the ‘driving force’ behind a group of vigilantes brutally killing Mr Phillips 
  • Lee Darby, 32, was convicted of murder and Anthony Small, 40, of manslaughter

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8076585/Boss-multimillion-pound-recycling-business-convicted-manslaughter.html

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