Ian Ogle: Two men plead guilty to murder of Belfast man

Two men have been handed life sentences after pleading guilty to the murder of Ian Ogle in east Belfast.

Mr Ogle, 45, was beaten and stabbed 11 times near his home in Cluan Place in January 2019.

Jonathan Brown, 38, from Whinney Hill in Dundonald and Mark Sewell, 45, of Glenmount Drive in Newtownabbey both plead guilty to the charge of murder after being rearraigned on Thursday.

The judge then imposed life sentences for both men at Belfast Crown court.

Members of Mr Ogle's family sat in the public gallery as Mr Justice O'Hara informed both men they would serve life sentences after entering their guilty pleas.