JURY DECIDES: Everything from neighbour murder trial so far
THE Maryborough Supreme Court jury will retire today to consider if Eli Waters man Frederick Ronald Sinfield is a killer.
Mr Sinfield has pleaded not guilty to killing his 75-year-old neighbour Norma Ludlam in July 2015.
Here is everything you need to know about the trial so far:
- HALF-NAKED WITH HOLE IN HER HEAD: A blood-spattered wall and a bedroom in a state of chaos
- ALLEGED VICTIM'S INJURIES 'NOT SURVIVABLE': The blow that allegedly killed a 75-year-old woman in her Eli Waters home was struck with "severe force", a court heard.
- ACCUSED KILLER TOLD ME 'I'M GLAD SHE'S DEAD': A man on trial for murder allegedly told his cellmate he was "glad" his alleged victim was dead, a court heard.
- JURY TO VISIT ALLEGED CRIME SCENE: An Eli Waters man accused of murdering his elderly neighbour will not accompany the jury when they view the alleged crime scene.
- ACCUSED EITHER A 'GOOD SAMARITAN' OR KILLER: Was he a Good Samaritan or was there something more sinister at play?
- ALTERNATE KILLER THEORY: Is Frederick Ronald Sinfield a murderer or did his panicked actions just make him look like one?