Daniel's killer, Tobijah
Thompson, was jailed for life at Warwick Crown Court last year and will serve a minimum of 32 years.
Thompson was sent to prison for a minimum of 32 years for the killing of 18-year-old Daniel Kirkwood, who had "the world at his feet".
Thompson, 25, of no fixed address, killed teenager Daniel Kirkwood, who was celebrating a pal's birthday at Society nightclub, Tower Street, Coventry, on March 15 last year.
The shocking incident that closed the club in March 2015 saw 18-year-old Daniel stabbed in the neck by Tobijah
Thompson during the early hours of the morning following an incident inside the club.
Thompson, Hasham Ali, Ramez Murtaza and Zaker Khan all appeared at Warwick Crown Court to plead not guilty to murdering 18-year-old Daniel Kirkwood.
The popular youngster was stabbed in the neck by Tobijah
Thompson during the early hours of the morning following a dispute inside the club.
Learning for Work Award (sponsored by RSM Tenon, part of Baker Tilly Group) - Tobijah
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.
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, part of the Slash gang, was told that what he and others had done was "particularly unpleasant".