Published Thursday, 14 June 2012
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The 51-year-old was shot dead while working in a launderette in the coastal town on 11 March 2011.
Her former lover Fred McClenaghan, 49, from Broad Street in Magherafelt, denies her murder.
Dr Peter Ingram carried out a post-mortem examination on Ms Millican the day after she was shot.
On Thursday, he told the court that the shotgun was fired at close range, around 30 to 40cms from the victim.
Dr Ingram told prosecution counsel: "I found a plastic wad from the shotgun inside Ms Millican's body and that wouldn't have been there if the weapon had been fired at a distance of more than two metres."
He said most of her internal organs had been torn by shotgun pellets, while a cut on Ms Millican's upper lip suggested she had been punched before she was shot.
Dr Ingram told the jury of 10 men and two women that the victim's death would have been very rapid.
Later on Thursday, the court heard from a GP who examined Fred McClenaghan the day after the murder, following his arrest.
He said the father-of-two, who took mood-stabilising tablets and anti-depressants, was quite relaxed, and there was nothing unusual about his behaviour.
Mr McClenaghan claims he never intended to harm Ms Millican and her death was an accident. Instead, he said he planned to take his own life in front of his ex-girlfriend.
Their relationship, which the court has previously heard was punctuated with violence, ended during Christmas 2010, months before the shooting.