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Jurors were shown a selfie picture of Bamford flicking his middle finger while lying on his hospital bed after he was admitted claiming he had self-harmed to avoid police involvement.

Nurse Mrs Bamford told the court how she was left "dumb-founded" after he told her he had killed someone as he recuperated at home following an operation for his injuries.

His mother Annmarie Bamford broke down in tears sat next to her husband Richard as judge Mr Justice Spencer adjourned sentencing until Wednesday.

The judge said "a little time for reflection" was needed to consider the sentence, partly due to the fact Bamford was just 17 when he murdered Mr Jefferies.

"I had to ask him again because he was being very tearful and angry. '."And he said again, 'I think I've killed somebody'.

He then went on to his bed and laid there face down very upset and very tearful."Shocked at his claims, Mrs Bamford went online to find anything to support what he was saying - and she found a report of a suspicious death in Mayfield.

Bamford, of South Street, Crowborough, denied murder, claiming he was protecting himself from Mr Jefferies after he had "come on to him" but jurors convicted him after deliberating for three hours.