Two Germans were sentenced on Wednesday for the murder of a 39-year-old Prague taxi driver in front of a Prague cemetery in June last year. The younger of the two was given a 10 year sentence with the co-defendant given a life sentence at the Tübingen court in Southern Germany. The prosecution said both men had come to Prague to kill and had professed interest in Satanism and Vampirism. The taxi driver was killed by blows from a wrench and hatchet.
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