Thompson is going for an appeal and this video is saying he's not sorry.
From left, Tobijah
Thompson, Ramez Murtaza Hasham Ali and Ezra Scott
At Warwick Crown Court yesterday Tobijah
Thompson was told he will have to serve a minimum sentence of 32 years in prison for killing 18-year-old Daniel Kirkwood.
Thompson, part of the Slash gang, was told that what he and others had done was "particularly unpleasant".
The case concluded yesterday with the sentencing of murderer Tobijah
Thompson and three others who took part in violence on the night Daniel died.
Thompson was found guilty by unanimous verdict exactly one year to the day that 18-year-old Daniel was stabbed in the neck at Society nightclub.
Thompson was found guilty of stabbing Daniel in the neck by unanimous verdict at Warwick Crown Court exactly a year after the fatal attack in Society nightclub in Coventry city centre.
Thompson, 25, stands accused of Daniel's murder and also stabbing two of his friends, Niall Kavanagh and Nigel Mkhwananzi, with intent to cause them grievous bodily harm.
And Michael Borelli QC urged the jury at Warwick Crown Court to find Tobijah
Thompson not guilty of murdering 18-year-old Daniel, who died after being stabbed in the neck at Society nightclub in Coventry.
Thompson admitted he was "angry" after being punched in the face at the start of violence inside Society nightclub that eventually led to the 18-year-old's death.
The others are Tobijah
Thompson, 25, who is from Birmingham but was living at an address in Towpath Close, Bedworth, at the time; Hasham Ali, 19, of Amberley Green, Great Barr; Ramez Murtaza, 21, of Bordesley Green East, Bordesley Green; and Ezra Scott, 32, of Hawksyard Road, Erdington.
Thompson told detectives: "I don't know anything about any stabbings" when being quizzed over the death of 18-yearold Daniel at Society nightclub in Coventry.