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Man denies mother-in-law murder

Bungalow in Rottingdean after the fire
The body of Pauline Knowles-Samarraie was found after the fire

A man has pleaded not guilty to murdering his mother-in-law whose body was found after a fire at her bungalow.

Mohammed Soboh, 41, of New England Road, Brighton, denied killing Pauline Knowles-Samarraie in Grand Crescent, Rottingdean, East Sussex, in April.

A post-mortem examination showed Mrs Knowles-Samarraie, originally from Halifax in West Yorkshire, had died from head injuries.

Mr Soboh was remanded in custody until 7 December by Lewes Crown Court.



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