Men Sentenced In Connection With Murder Of Dublin Gas Station Clerk

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Two men could spend the rest of their lives in prison for their roles in the murder of a gas station clerk in Dublin last year.

On Tuesday, Jeffery Collins and Eddie Murphy pleaded guilty in connection with their roles in the robbery and murder of Mohamed Hassan in February 2012.

Collins was sentenced to 43 years to life, and Murphy was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison.

Austin Cusey was sentenced to life in prison without parole for his role in the murder earlier this year.

A family member of the victim told the court that no sentence would be long enough to bring back her loved one.

"No amount of the defendants' lives behind bars will truly serve us justice," said Joanna Atkinson, a family member of Hassan's. "Mohammad's life and legacy will live on through his memory and through the lives of his children."

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