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On 3 June 2009, Darryl Littlejohn, 44, was found guilty of first-degree murder.
A month later, Judge Abraham G Gerges sentenced him to life with no parole.
‘I hope that the conclusion of these proceedings today will provide you with some small measure of solace,’ he told Imette’s relatives.
Vowing to appeal the sentence, defence lawyer Joyce David said, ‘I think it’s good that the family feels they have some closure, but I think they have been sold a false bill of goods and the wrong man got convicted.’
An appeal failed in 2013, and Littlejohn is still behind bars.
Littlejohn in court