Published Tuesday, 19 June 2012
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Recep Cetin is alleged to have stabbed Marion Graham and Cathy Dinsmore to death in a forest near Izmir in August 2011.
The victims, who were best friends, died after suffering multiple stab wounds.
At the time, Cetin was the boyfriend of Marion's teenage daughter Shannon.
He is set to appear at an adult court for the first time on Wednesday with his father Eyup Cetin. Both are charged with the double murder.
Recep Cetin has so far appeared at a juvenile court in Turkey because he claimed he was aged 17.
However, subsequent bone marrow testing has found Recep Cetin's age to be 22.
If convicted in an adult court, he could face up to 50 years in prison.
Baris Kaska, the lawyer representing the victims' families, told UTV that he will ask the judge in court on Wednesday to allow both of the accused to return to the scene of the crime.
Mr Kaska said there were "many unanswered questions" in relation to the murders.
This has been echoed by Cathy Dinsmore's brother George.
Members of the Dinsmore and Graham families have flown out to Turkey for the court proceedings.
Describing his sister, George Dinsmore told UTV that she was "very, very quiet."
He added: "She wouldn't have harmed anyone - I can't understand why [she was killed]...there's no reason.
"I have a lot of questions - just where to start I don't know. It's in the hands of the courts and they'll sort it out."
Ms Dinsmore's nephew Robert told UTV the murders were "beyond belief."
He said: "For something like this to happen out of the blue and to our family is beyond belief and in many ways, it's still beyond belief that it has happened."