|Clayton Barker, Charlie Chandler, and Earl Bevans|
Two men in their twenties and two teenage boys were found guilty of murdering two 17-year-olds at a birthday party in a “ferocious” ambush.
While armed and with their faces hidden, the group charged into the back of the building, said a prosecutor.
At a house in Emerson Valley, Milton Keynes, Ben Gillham-Rice was fatally stabbed, while the second victim, Dom Ansah, ran from the property and suffered a “frenzied” attack nearby, later dying in hospital.
|Ben Gillham-Rice and Dom Ansah were fatally stabbed|
Two other people were also assaulted and were left with serious, but non-life threatening, injuries in the incident on 19 October last year.
Charlie Chandler, 22, Clayton Barker, 20, a 17-year-old and a 16-year-old all denied both murders and two counts of wounding with intent.
All four were convicted by the jury at Luton Crown Court on Tuesday.
The group will be sentenced alongside a fifth defendant, 23-year-old Earl Bevans, who admitted two counts of murder and both counts of wounding with intent at the start of the trial.
The jury heard the suspects were members of or affiliated with the B3 gang in West Bletchley, named after the MK3 postcode, during the trial, which lasted six weeks.