Prosecution to rest in the trial of British murder suspect
WOBURN, Mass. -- Prosecutors are expected to rest their case today in the trial of a British man accused of killing his wife and their 9-months-old daughter.
Prosecutors have alleged that Neil Entwistle used a computer to research methods of suicide three days before the January 2006 killings of 27-year-old Rachel and their daughter, Lillian Rose.
They also have depicted Entwistle as a man who was obsessed with sex and searching the Internet for ways to meet women before and after the killings in their Hopkinton home.
The 29-year-old Entwistle has pleaded not guilty.
On Friday, he repeatedly denies killing the victims in a two-hour interview with state trooper played for jurors at his murder trial.
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