The two Burmese men accused of killing Norfolk student Hannah Witheridge in Thailand claim they were tortured and threatened to make them confess to the crime.
The pair are accused of killing 23-year-old Hannah from Hemsby, near Great Yarmouth, and David Miller, from Jersey, but both insist they didn't do it, and that they were tortured to say they did. The trial in Koh Samui is drawing to a close, but the verdict could take another three months.
British police are to head to Thailand to help investigate the murder of Norfolk student Hannah Witheridge.
The families of the Burmese workers accused of the murder of two British tourists in Thailand last month have said they are innocent.
Thailand's Prime Minister is insisting the men accused of killing Norfolk student Hannah Witheridge will be given a fair trial.