11 years for murderer, 13; BRITAIN TODAY.
A "BOASTFUL" 13-year-old boy has been jailed for at least 11 years for the murder of a woman as she walked home from a pub.
Petri Kurti was detained at Her Majesty's Pleasure - the equivalent of a minimum term life sentence for a youth - by Judge Warner at Wolverhampton Crown Court yesterday.
The judge said he was described afterwards as "boastful and not caring less" but also later "crying, saying you had not meant to do it".
His victim, Glynis Bensley, was punched by the youngster and, as she fell to the pavement, he stamped on her head, on September 3, last year.
Co-accused Zoheb Majid, 20, of Smethwick, West Midlands, was jailed for 10 years.