Kalgoorlie teenager pleads guilty to manslaughter after fatally stabbing his brother

A Kalgoorlie-Boulder man who stabbed and killed his brother during an alcohol and drug-fuelled argument has pleaded guilty to manslaughter. 

Joseph Tennesee Campbell, 19, stabbed his brother, Dillon Gregory Campbell, during a drunken brawl at their family home on November 17 last year.

Western Australia’s Supreme Court was told Campbell, who was 18 at the time of the attack, stabbed his…

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