Description: CCTV footage shows one of three men handed life sentences, for murdering a convicted child rapist, carrying the victim's body in a suitcase.
Geoffrey Reed, 57, was hit with an object like a hammer and then stamped and kicked on in his ground floor flat in Bournemouth by half brothers Stuart and Lee Wareham and Benjamin Walter.
Frail Mr Reed, who had allowed the men to stay or visit his flat, suffered "enormous injuries" with fractures to his head, ribs and sternum and a broken neck..
After the murder Stuart Wareham, 26, boasted in a letter from prison that "There's one more paedo off the street so he can't prey on anymore little kids".
During the four-week trial the jury was told that Stuart Wareham had found some paperwork detailing that Reed had served 10 years for four counts of rape on two vulnerable victims - one of them a child - after the men had met in a bail hostel.
The prosecution said this was a motive in the murder and that the men wanted Reed's benefits as they thought he was about to receive £220, but when he died he only had £2.56.
The men launched the fatal attack on June 7 last year and the trio put eight-stone Reed in a suitcase that the jury saw Stuart Wareham on CCTV carry one-handed out of the flat.
Stuart Wareham then asked his sister to drive him and Benjamin Walter, 22 to their grandmother's house in Lytchett Matravers - 13 miles away - and said there was a dead dog in the suitcase he wanted to bury there, the court heard.
Meanwhile Lee Wareham, 33, left the house with several bags and dumped Reed's clothes while the other men buried him in a shallow grave.
Another man, Danny Anderson, was living in the flat and he called police three days later, fearing the men had killed Reed.