Appeal judges have thrown out bids by Kinnordy killers Tamsin Glass and Callum Davidson to have their sentences reduced for the brutal killing of Angus oil worker Steven Donaldson.
Jurors in the Steven Donaldson murder trial will spend a second day deliberating after retiring to consider their verdicts yesterday.
Tasmin Glass was no “Machiavellian character from the underworld of crime” but a teenager from a good home who was not responsible in “any way, shape or form” for what happened to Steven Donaldson, the Kirriemuir murder trial was told yesterday.
The trio accused of the killing of Steven Donaldson were each involved in a “murderous plan” hatched on the evening before the 27-year-old’s body was found charred and beaten at an Angus nature reserve, High Court jurors have been told.
Murder accused Tasmin Glass has made an absolute denial she saw the father of her unborn baby on the night she is alleged to have been involved in his killing.
A woman accused of murdering her ex-boyfriend told police she had sent a text to him saying “Meet you Hill” on the night of his alleged killing – but that he failed to turn up for the rendezvous near her home.