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World Four men are found guilty of bashing an Albanian refugee to death

03:35  30 october  2020
03:35  30 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Four men are found guilty of bashing an Albanian refugee to death after stealing cannabis from his drug house. Benjamin John Mitchell, 33, Alfred Claude Rigney, 44, Matt Bernard Tenhoopen, 25, and Aaron Donald Carver, 37, were found guilty of murder.

Four men have been found guilty of murdering a refugee in an Adelaide drug-growing house. The drivers licence and only known photo of Urim Gjabri, an Albanian man who was bashed to death at a Para Vista drug house in 2018.

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Four men charged over the bashing death of an Albanian national in Adelaide, after going to steal his cannabis crop, have been found guilty of murder.

After deliberating for four days, a Supreme Court jury on Thursday returned its verdicts in relation to Benjamin John Mitchell, 33, Alfred Claude Rigney, 44, Matt Bernard Tenhoopen, 25, and Aaron Donald Carver, 37.

Urim Gjabri was found dead in his rental property in October 2018.

a man standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: After deliberating for four days, a Supreme Court jury on Thursday returned its verdicts in relation to Benjamin John Mitchell, 33, Alfred Claude Rigney, 44, Matt Bernard Tenhoopen, 25, and Aaron Donald Carver (pictured), 37 © Provided by Daily Mail After deliberating for four days, a Supreme Court jury on Thursday returned its verdicts in relation to Benjamin John Mitchell, 33, Alfred Claude Rigney, 44, Matt Bernard Tenhoopen, 25, and Aaron Donald Carver (pictured), 37

The 46-year-old, who came to Australia as a refugee, was found by a friend in a pool of dried blood.

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During the trial prosecutor Rob Walker told the jury that Mr Gjabri died from severe blunt force trauma to the head.

His skull was caved in, with several fractures, Mr Walker said.

On the crown case, each of the accused were party to a plan to commit a home invasion or robbery because they went to Mr Gjabri's home and emerged with his cannabis.

The court was told that during investigations, police found the DNA of two of the accused inside the dead man's house.

They also found the DNA of a third defendant on the steering wheel of Mr Gjabri's car.

a house with trees in the background: On the crown case, each of the accused were party to a plan to commit a home invasion or robbery because they went to Mr Gjabri's home (pictured) and emerged with his cannabis © Provided by Daily Mail On the crown case, each of the accused were party to a plan to commit a home invasion or robbery because they went to Mr Gjabri's home (pictured) and emerged with his cannabis

However, the jury heard the prosecution could not say who actually killed the victim or how many blows he suffered.

Mr Walker said that was not necessary to prove the charge of murder.

In closing submissions, defence counsel for one of the accused said the people behind the drug-growing operation could have been responsible for the killing.

The four men will return to court next month to start the sentencing process.

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