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As the jury in the Grace Millane murder case retires to consider its verdict after a three-week trial, we look back at what happened during her final days.
The Crown says the man spent 5-10 minutes strangling her and then took "trophy" photos of her body then covered his tracks with lies, cleaning products and burying her in a shallow grave.
But the defence says Millane's death was an accident and how the man acted afterwards was the result of fear.