This is the 17-year-old Rishton boy who killed a Blackburn man with a single punch.
William Upton, was only 16, when he attacked 24-year-old Adam Rodgers described as a peacemaker, opposite the Gladstone Monument in Blackburn town centre.
He was punched just once, and the force of the punch caused him to fall to the ground and strike his head in the early hours of July 5 last year.
Unfortunately, the Blackburn St Mary College student never regained consciousness and died later that day after his family had to make the unimaginable decision to turn off his life support machine.
A judge at Preston Crown Court has now removed the court order, which protected Upton's identity from being made public. Upton, of Ulverston drive was found guilty of Manslaughter after a four day trial in January.
He was due to be sentenced on Monday but his case was adjourned to a later date.
Two 19-year-old men were sentenced on Monday, after previously pleading guilty to actual bodily harm relating to, two separate assaults arising out of the same incident.
Jonathon Seal, of Cliff Street, Rishton was sentenced to six months in prison suspended for two years and ordered to complete 200 hours unpaid community work.
Antonio Clough, of Bridge Street, Rishton was sentenced to 12 months in prison.
Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Superintendent Neil Hunter, said when Upton was found guilty: "This is a tragic case where a young man has lost his life due to the complete stupidity and recklessness of a young teenager who had clearly consumed far too much alcohol. I would like to think that this will serve as a strong warning to those who choose to behave in this reprehensible and shameful manner but remain to be convinced.
He added: "Adam's death was entirely preventable and has ruined the lives of so many people. Sadly it highlights the perils of drinking far too much alcohol and being oblivious to the consequences of your actions."