The last of five people charged in the firebombing of a Hamilton convenience store in 2012 that killed a clerk have been dealt with by the courts.
A teenager who drove one of the two gasoline filled cars from Mississauga to the Main Street store and parked it there, as well as 24-year-old Matthew McLeod of Mississauga, who drove the getaway car, have both pleaded guilty.
The teen will be sentenced on November 28th for manslaughter.
McLeod was sentenced to two and a half years for being an accessory after the fact.
The two main players pleaded guilty to manslaughter in July.
The firebombing killed 21-year-old Samir Anbari who was trapped in the building.