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Three men from Burton have been found guilty of murdering a 29-year-old warehouse worker who was attacked and left for dead in the street outside his home. At Stafford Crown Court, the jury returned the unanimous verdicts on Bartosz Ojeda Rodriguez, 35, and Stanislaw Czyz, 29, and his 31-year-old brother, Andrzej Pawel Czyz. Judge Michael […]

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