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In full: Soham trial admissions
The jury at the trial of Ian Huntley and Maxine Carr has heard a list of 21 admissions on which both the defence and prosecution teams agree.

Mr Huntley denies murdering Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman and Ms Carr denies conspiring to pervert the course of justice and helping an offender.

Here is the full list of 21 admissions, plus five extra defence admissions.

  • 1 - Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman went into 5 College Close shortly after 6pm on Sunday 4 August 2002.

  • 2 - The mobile phone of Jessica Chapman explicitly detached from the mobile network at 1846BST on Sunday 4 August 2002. This was the last recorded signal.

  • 3 - Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman died in 5 College Close on Sunday 4 August 2002.

  • 4 - The only other person in 5 College Close at the time of their deaths was Ian Huntley.

  • 5 - Ian Huntley removed their dead bodies from 5 College Close and transported them in the Ford Fiesta car to the place where the bodies were found.

  • 6 - Ian Huntley cut and removed the clothing from Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman.

  • 7 - Ian Huntley set the bodies alight and used petrol in the process.

  • 8 - Ian Huntley burned the clothes of the two girls in the bin.

  • 9 - Ian Huntley placed the bin bag over the burnt clothes.

  • 10 - All the exhibits were served correctly.

  • 11 - The CCTV cameras at Soham Village College and the recording equipment were working correctly on Sunday 4 August.

  • 12 - That the times recorded were inaccurate but were adjusted subsequently.

  • 13 - Karen Greenwood was recorded on the Soham Village College CCTV as leaving the site on Sunday 4 August.

  • 14 - Schedule of attributed telephone numbers in the jury bundle is admitted to be accurate both to the numbers recorded and identity of the users.

  • 15 - The telephone calls in the chronology are accurate to the telephones used, to the right time and duration of the telephone calls.

  • 16 - All material in the DVD of evidence is accurate and properly adduced in evidence.

  • 17 - All the material in the DVD of media interviews is accurate and properly adduced in evidence.

  • 18 - All the material in the photographs bundle is accurate and properly adduced in evidence.

  • 19 - All the schedules in the bundle of transfers of fibres, hairs and pollen are accurate and properly adduced in evidence.

  • 20 - The press releases in the jury bundle were released as relevant documents.

  • 21 - Maxine Carr was interviewed by police officers between 17 - 20 August and the transcripts of the interviews accurately reflect the contents.

  • 22 - Ian Huntley wrote the contents of the hand-written document referred to in Maxine Carr's interviews.

  • 23 - Maxine Carr wrote the hand-written note to which she referred to during interview.

  • 24 - On 18 October 2002 Maxine Carr telephoned Lynda Nixon Huntley from Holloway. The conversation took place between 1700BST and 1725BST and was recorded by the prison authorities. Part of that was produced in evidence and an accurate transcript was produced.

  • 25 - On 23 October 2002 Ian Huntley was visited by his mother and it lasted from 0932BST to 1122BST. It was recorded by the prison authorities and an accurate transcript of part of it was produced.

  • 26 - On 30 October 2002 Maxine Carr telephoned Lynda Nixon Huntley from Holloway and the conversation was recorded by the prison authorities part of which an accurate transcript was produced.



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"The jury heard secretly recorded conversations from both Huntley and Carr"



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