A tragic chapter in the right of abode saga has closed with the sentencing of the last member of a group of abode seekers whose protest in Immigration Tower five years ago left two dead and scores injured. After yesterday's sentencing, a total of eight abode seekers have been jailed for up to eight years for their role in the arson attack at the Immigration Tower in August 2000. The eight are Sze Kwan-lung, 28, Pang Hon-kwan, 44, Fu Mo, 43, Lam Hing-luen, 31, Yeung Yee-ping, 33, Yeung Yee-yim, 42, Chau Hung-chuen, 34, and Lee Sai-yau, 22. Sze, described as the leader of the group, was jailed in June for eight years after pleading guilty to two counts of manslaughter in a retrial. Lee, the youngest member of the group, was jailed yesterday for 5 1/2 years for one count of manslaughter. The rest of the group was jailed for seven years and four months each. Sze, who had already spent more than five years behind bars before June's sentencing, is expected to be released in December. But he is understood to be appealing his sentence. Six other members of the group - Pang, Fu, Lam, Chau, Yeung Yee-ping and Yeung Yee-yim - have already been released, after spending more than five years in jail.