Published Friday, 30 August 2013
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Then came this.
An apology from the man who has admitted killing these two women in a forest on the outskirts of this sprawling city two years ago.
As Recep Cetin was led from the dock to be sent back to prison, he calmly turned around, looked straight at his former girlfriend Shannon Graham and said: "I'm so sorry, I'm so sorry."
The teenager was clearly taken aback and shook her head in disbelief. Her sisters were visibly upset.
The Dinsmores couldn't quite take it in either.
I sat thinking to myself: "Did that really happen?"
Never in a courtroom have I seen this before.
But this is Turkey and a very different system.
These two families flew thousands of miles expecting verdicts, and once again flew out of Turkey bitterly disappointed.
It didn't bode well from the start.
News filtered through that two of the judges had been replaced just for the day.
Why, no-one knows.
Does that happen anywhere else?
But, what may seem bizarre from the outside, is very much the norm here.
Recep Cetin's mental health also played a part in why this hearing was brought an abrupt halt.
His lawyers are challenging new test results.
The Turkish waiter admits killing Cathy and Marion, but the judges still have to deliver a verdict on murder.
He wasn't the only one to have his say in court.
His father Eyup did too, pleaded his innocence to the judges.
"I have nothing to do with this crime. If I did I would accept the punishment," he said.
So the case has been adjourned until 9 September.
An outcome to all of this now looks further away than ever. All these two families from Co Down can do is wait and hope.
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