Published Wednesday, 04 July 2012
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The remaining four defence witnesses testified and the last exhibits were produced at the Supreme Court in Port Louis on Wednesday, bringing to a close the case for defendant Sandip Moneea.
Judge Prithviraj Fecknah told jurors that court would adjourn for a day and a half before the closing statement for the prosecution is heard on Friday.
Defence statements will follow on Monday with the jury set to be sent out later in the week following judicial directions.
"The proceedings are not over," said Mr Justice Fecknah."What is over at this stage is the evidence. We still have a few steps to follow."
Ex-floor supervisor Moneea, 43, from Petit Raffray, and former room attendant Avinash Treebhoowoon, 32, from Plaine des Roches, deny the murder of Mrs McAreavey.
Both of the accused worked at the island's Legends Hotel at the time the daughter of Tyrone Gaelic football boss Mickey Harte was found dead in room 1025 in January 2011.
The prosecution claims they attacked the newlywed when she interrupted them stealing in her room, having left her husband John at a poolside restaurant.
The last witness to be called on Wednesday was a representative of a phone company who confirmed that a call from a mobile owned by Moneea was made just after 2.45pm on the day the Co Tyrone teacher was strangled.
This is around the time the prosecution contends Mrs McAreavey was attacked by the two defendants.
Dhanraj Lillah, an IT worker, said a call lasting just over four minutes was made on a mobile owned by Moneea just after 2.45pm.
The defence say this proves he was not involved - however the prosecution contest that the accused was phoning to ask his sister for advice on what he had just done.
Mr Lillah, during a brief appearance in the witness box, outlined timing details of the call.
He said: "It lasted four minutes, 18 seconds."
He also said the time was synchronised with GPS satellite, adding: "It's accurate time."
During the course of the trial key prosecution witness Raj Theekoy implicated Moneea and Treebhoowoon, claiming he saw them coming from the direction of room 1025 minutes after he heard a woman scream in pain from inside.
Under cross-examination it was revealed the star state witness called his wife during this period. He explained he phoned her when waiting near room 1025 to see who would emerge.
Mr Lillah confirmed a phone registered to Mr Theekoy made an outgoing call at 2.47pm that lasted 83 seconds.
Mr Theekoy was originally provisionally charged with conspiracy to murder but all criminal proceedings against him were dropped after he spent 77 days in prison and he was granted immunity from prosecution to testify.
Moneea has denied prosecution claims that he doctored a cleaning report sheet the day after the murder to try to make it look like Treebhoowoon was cleaning 1028 and not 1025.
Earlier on Wednesday, the housekeeping manager at Legends, Vivekanana Jeerasoo was called by Moneea's defence team to testify.
He said the room report sheets were kept by the housekeeping department and it was he who handed them to police investigating the crime.
Mr Jeerasoo described Moneea as a "very straight" worker and said while there had been complaints about him during his time at the hotel they were related to the cleanliness of rooms, not his behaviour.