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Three killers jailed after their cousin 'stabbed through heart' during family funeral brawlThree killers have been jailed after their cous

in was stabbed through the heart at their aunts wake. Kieran Ibitson and his cousins Mark and Dominic Pickering have been sentenced to 42 years in prison a

fter Steven Willis, 27, was killed in the family street brawl. Mr Willis was standing up to his cousins as they tried to attack his father, John Pickering, when he came out of his dads house with a samurai sword. But he was stabbed through the heart with a knife and died in the street in Normanby, North Yorkshire on April 16. On Monday the jury found Kieran Ibitison guilty of murder. He was also found guilty of wounding Lennon Pickering with intent. Kieran Ibitson was found guilty of murder (Image: evening gazette) Ibitson was sentenced to a life in prison with a minimum term of 22 years, reports Teesside Live. He received nine years for the wounding with intent of Lennon’s Pickering, and seven for the wounding of John Pickering. Both sentences will run concurrently. Speaking during the sentencing, Mr Justice Males said Ibits

on clearly planned a violent attack on John Pickering, which is why he took a knife. He was to some extent under the influence of alcohol, and angry at what he believed to be the treatment of his mother. Dominic Pickering was found not guilty of murder, but guilty of the manslaughter of Steven Willis. He was found not guilty of wounding John Pickering with intent and not guilty of wounding Lennon Pickering with intent. Mark Pickering was found not guilty of the murder of Steven Willis but guilty of manslaughter. The jury found him not guilty of wounding John Pickering with intent and not guilty of wounding Lennon Pickering with intent. Both Dominic Pickering and Mark Pickering were sentenced to 10 years for manslaughter. Mark Pickering was found not guilty of the murder of Steven Willis but guilty of manslaughter (Image: Evening Gazette) Dominic Pickering was found not guilty of murder, but guilty of manslaughter (Image: Evening Gazette) The men painted their nails as a mark of respect to their aunt During the prosecution opening, Richard Wright QC told how troubled flared when the extended family attended the funeral of Carol Olsen. He said: The wake was well attended and in particular many members of the extended Pickering family were present. They are a large family and a large family with strong connection to Middlesbrough. By the end of the evening another member of that extended family, a young man called

Steven Willis, would be dead. The court heard how much of the family feud revolved around differences between John Pickering and his sister Susan Ibitson, as she did not like his wife. Mr Wright said

the disputes were undoubtedly petty but started a chain of events which ended in the death of Mr Willis. From left, Lennon and John Pickering and Steven Willis - pictured at the funeral just hours before the bloodshed Forensics at the scene of the murder in April (Image: Evening Gazette) The men had painted their nails their late aunt’s favourite colour as a mark of respect with Ibitson painting Lennon’s for the occasion. Ibitson shared the picture of hi

s nails on Facebook at 6.15pm and just over an hour later, he was the knifeman who lost it and attacked his uncle and cousins in a street brawl. Its believed tensions had been simmering early in the wake between John Pickering and his nephew Mark over a Facebook rant. This seemed to calm for a few hours

and the pair even performed some karaoke together. But the atmosphere soured and, with several drinks and some cocaine inside each of the men involved, turned violent. A clash outside the venue between John Pickering and his deaf sister Susan Ibitson brought her son Kieran into the fray. This fracas threw another explosive element

into the triangle of tension. Floral tributes at the scene (Image: Evening Gazette) The five defendants all went to John Pickerings home, with Ibitson carrying a knife which he used to stab his uncle in the torso from behind. John Pickering went inside the house and Steven ran inside to fetch a samurai sword. The brawl continued and Steven attacked the defendants with the sword in retaliation for his fathers stabbing. Ibitson then stabbed Mr Willis with force in the heart and at least once in the b

ack. The defendants then left the scene and Mr Willis collapsed and died at the scene. In his sentencing remarks the judge said: Kieran Ibitson went to John Pickering’s address intent on inflicting serious violence and taking with him a knife which he was prepared to use and began to use when the fighting began. The court heard relations between members of the “Pickering clan” have not

always been smooth (Image: Evening Gazette) Many lives have been irreparably blighted. All as a result of senseless violence, now bitterly regretted, which lasted no more than a couple of minutes. Despite Steven’s behaviour on the night in question, fuelled as it was by alcohol and cocaine, the victim statements of members of his family speak movingly of a lively, funny and delightful young man, beloved by his family, the adored and adoring father of his children, whose loss has left a gaping and un-fillable hole in many lives. Following the verdicts, Detective Inspector Mark Dimelow, of Cleveland Police, said: Kieran Ibitson was armed with a knife and was intent on causing serious injury to those at this address. He had gathered a group together to help him carry out his violence. Sadly, as a result, Steven Willis lost his life and his children have lost their father. Jack Cross and Jahmal Weaver were also accused of murdering Mr Willis but were cleared of all charges. Read MoreTop news stories from Mirror OnlineCoronavirus death toll hits 132Train station stabbing victim picturedHorrifying Kobe Bryant wreckage picturesPrince Andrew angry at FBI claims