Hells Angel cyclist who survived being shot fourteen times is imprisoned for beating a gang member with a SPANNER in a freight yard
- Jesse Ray Penhall was imprisoned for 23 years for the brutal murder of David Norris
- Hells Angel bikie Penhall defeated the 39-year-old gang blanket with a key
- Norris was found in a pool of blood in his workshop in Adelaide
A South Australian cyclist found guilty of murdering an acquaintance with a two-kilo key has been imprisoned for at least 23 years.
Jesse Ray Penhall was charged with the death of David Norris, 39, on a cargo site in Salisbury, north of Adelaide, in September 2017.
Justice Malcolm Blue gave him a life sentence behind bars on Tuesday, while a second man, Hans Thaller, received a seven-month sentence to impede police investigations.
Hells Angel bikie Jesse Ray Penhall is trapped in the murder of David John Norris (left)
Penhall defeated Norris 14 times with a two-kilo key (photo) in his workshop
Thaller, who admitted that he had used the key to kill Me Norris, will be able to serve his sentence for house arrest.
Judges in the Penhall trial were told that Mr. Norris lay in a pool of blood on the floor of his studio and had had at least six blows to his head.
It was the second time Penhall was charged with murder after he and another man were not found guilty of killing a bicycle in 2004 by shooting him outside a hotel in Wallaroo, on the Yorke Peninsula.
He was also the victim of an ambush from 2008 when he was shot fourteen times when he delivered a load of reinforcing steel in Paskeville, another town on the Yorke peninsula.
Penhall had serious injuries and had to reattach several fingers after the incident.
Mr. Norris was found in a pool of blood on the floor of his (abandoned) truck site workplace
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