Published Wednesday, 20 June 2012
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Shannon Graham took to the stand on Wednesday during a pre-trial hearing for the double murder of her mother Marion and friend Cathy Dinsmore.
They were stabbed more than 50 times during the attack in a forest close to Izmir in August 2011
Ms Graham's daughter Shannon was 15 at the time of the murders, and her ex-boyfriend Recep Cetin is one of the accused, along with his father Eyup.
Recep Cetin will be tried in an adult court, after bone marrow tests revealed he was 22-years-old, five years older than he claimed to be.
The families of the victims went into court expecting to see the two in the stand together for the first time, however Recep Cetin did not appear.
"There was a mistake," explained UTV's Sharon O'Neill, reporting from Turkey.
"He was still in his prison cell and he wasn't called to court.
"There's no doubt both families here were disappointed that Recep Cetin was not in court today."
However, the hearing continued with Eyup Cetin denying that he ganged up with his son to carry out the killings. He also admitted he had previous convictions, but he denied involvement in the murders.
Mr Cetin Snr said the day that the two women were attacked, his son had called to his home for the car keys and when Recep returned them, he was covered in blood and had a cut on his arm.
He said his son claimed he was attacked and that Marion, and Cathy Dinsmore had been abducted.
Eyup Cetin denied knowing the women, but he then admitted under heavy questioning by the judges that he did know Marion.
When Shannon Graham took the stand she said her former boyfriend's father did know Marion and Cathy and she also spoke about how her former boyfriend and her mother got on like a house on fire.
One judge asked her did her mother disapprove of marriage. Shannon said the subject didn't come up.
The court has been adjourned until 14 September.