An 'impressionable' 21-year-old who became embroiled in the killing of a young brothel time-keeper was jailed for six years yesterday. The jury clearly felt See Cheung-shun never meant to take part in the murder of Li Man-tik, 19, Mrs Justice Verina Bokhary said. See had pleaded not guilty to murder and was found guilty of manslaughter. 'I will set a starting sentence to reflect the jury's verdict that you did not intend to kill or even inflict serious injuries,' she told See, announcing a starting point of seven years. She then cut this term by one year for See's clean record. Li was fatally stabbed on August 12 last year after running from a Mongkok hotpot restaurant following an argument between rival triads nicknamed 'Bleating Sheep' and 'Country Bumpkin'. 'Country Bumpkin', or Mok Tsan-ping, 39, used a beef knife to stab Li while another man, Cheng Po, 23, used a stool as a weapon in the fight. Both will spend life in jail after being convicted of murder. See was unarmed during the attack. His lawyer, Niall Stirling, said it was difficult to ascertain how the jury had perceived See's knowledge of the beef knife or at what stage he even became aware of it. 'He was neither a prime mover nor an instigator. He was impressionable, and was led by older men,' Mr Stirling said.