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Man, 27, pleads guilty to killing university worker, 23, during knife rampage in Birmingham


Man, 27, pleads guilty to killing university worker, 23, and charges linked to seven other people injured during knife rampage in Birmingham city centre 

A 27-year-old man accused of carrying out a 90-minute knife rampage in Birmingham in September last year has today admitted killing a 23-year-old university worker and wounding seven others.

Zephaniah McLeod, from Selly Oak, has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of Jacob Billington and charges in connection with seven other people injured in a series of knife attacks in the city centre.

Mr Billington was among a group who were making their way back to their hotel after enjoying a night out while visiting a friend. A post-mortem examination concluded he died from a stab wound to the neck. 

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Zephaniah McLeod, from Selly Oak, has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of Jacob Billington and charges in connection with seven other people injured in a series of knife attacks in the city centre

Zephaniah McLeod, from Selly Oak, has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of Jacob Billington and charges in connection with seven other people injured in a series of knife attacks in the city centre 

Mr Billington was among a group who were making their way back to their hotel after enjoying a night out while visiting a friend. A post-mortem examination concluded he died from a stab wound to the neck

Mr Billington was among a group who were making their way back to their hotel after enjoying a night out while visiting a friend. A post-mortem examination concluded he died from a stab wound to the neck 

Police had issued CCTV images of a man wanted in connection with a series of stabbings

Police had issued CCTV images of a man wanted in connection with a series of stabbings

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