Abattoir killer Jamie Cust jailed for 'frenzied' stabbing of colleague Jesus Bebita

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By Sam Rigney
Updated November 25 2021 - 1:44am, first published 12:00am
KILLER: Jamie Cust was jailed for a maximum of six years after he was found guilty of manslaughter over the stabbing of colleague Jesus Bebita at Scone in 2018. Cust will be eligible for parole in June, 2023.

AN abattoir worker who butchered an older colleague inside a unit at Scone, stabbing him 49 times in a "frenzied" attack, could be out of jail as early as 2023 after a judge found the killer was the victim of a "serious act of sexual violence".

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Sam Rigney

Court Reporter

Sam began his Newcastle Herald career as a night police reporter in 2011. He is an experienced court reporter who has won two national court reporting awards, including the Kennedy Award for Outstanding Court Reporting for his coverage of the Hunter's worst serial rapist. Before working at the Herald, Sam was a sports journalist with the Maitland Mercury where he won awards for his coverage of the Newcastle Rugby League salary cap scandal. Sam is a Novocastrian born-and-bred.

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