Com­pi­la­tion of ev­i­dence con­tin­ues in Eleanor Man­gion Walker mur­der case

Malta Independent - - NEWS -

A court yes­ter­day con­tin­ued hear­ing the com­pi­la­tion of ev­i­dence in the case against An­drew Man­gion, the man charged with the mur­der of his es­tranged wife, Eleanor Man­gion Walker, ear­lier this year.

Mag­is­trate Doreen Clarke heard the re­quest by Dr Joe Giglio, rep­re­sent­ing the ac­cused, for Eleanor Man­gion Walker’s mo­bile phone to be ex­am­ined.

In­spec­tor Keith Ar­naud took the stand, and pre­sented the com­puter found in An­drew Man­gion’s bed­room.

Dur­ing the same search, five pen drives and an Acer lap­top were also found.

In­spec­tor Ar­naud also pre­sented an Ap­ple lap­top. The pros­e­cu­tion re­quested that an ex­pert be nom­i­nated to ex­am­ine the con­tents of the ob­jects, and the court agreed, nom­i­nat­ing ex­pert Joseph Mus­cat to com­pile a re­port

The pros­e­cu­tion is led by In­spec­tor Kylie Borg, and Dr Michael Scir­iha is ap­pear­ing parte civile.

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