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Rushford, who had just moved into a flat in Bankhall Street, was cleared of murder but found guilty of assaulting the boy by kicking and punching him. Neither accused showed any emotion as they were led away.

Thomas's family remained composed at the back of the court but later one said: ''We are shocked that Rushford was cleared.

Earlier, the court heard that the mindless tribalism between young Rangers and Celtic fans was the catalyst for a moment of brutality which ruined the lives of two otherwise normal young men.

The jury rejected Hutton's claim he did not mean to kill Thomas and that it was a ''moment of madness''.

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Rangers fan David Hutton, 22, was jailed for life yesterday for the murder of a teenage Celtic fan after an Old Firm Cup Final.

His conviction came after the jury heard how sectarianism and religious bigotry spilled on to the streets.Biz Db also provides companies' account documents, annual reports and other filings submitted by UK enterprises.If you need to visit a selected company, you can easily find the way thanks to the map and street view presented on the top of every company's page.Hutton, Rushford, and Rushford's girlfriend, Strathclyde University honours student Emma Skett, 20, were all Rangers fans.All three had been watching the Cup Final on television at Rushford and Ms Skett's flat in Bankhall Street.We do not pre-moderate or monitor readers’ comments appearing on our websites, but we do post-moderate in response to complaints we receive or otherwise when a potential problem comes to our attention.