A Sydney man has been handed a 20-year prison sentence for a “brazen, senseless and cowardly” murder of another man inside a barbershop in the city’s west.
- The victim, Alfredo Isho, died from blood loss outside a hair salon last year
- The killer used encrypted messaging app to boast about attack, the court heard
- His victim’s mother said she felt guilty about not being able to protect her son
Fredon Laith Botrus was found guilty by a jury of killing 20-year-old Alfredo Isho by stabbing him with a knife as he sat in a barber’s chair in Bossley Park’s Classico Hair Salon in January, 2019.
Botrus, then 18, had done at least four laps on a small motorcycle outside the business before he walked through a back door, still wearing his…