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A jury is continuing its deliberations into a second day in the trial of three people accused of murdering three generations of the same family in an arson attack at their home in Kent.
Danai Muhammadi, Emma Smith and Farhad Mahmud deny setting the home of Melissa Crook alight in September 2011.
Mrs Crook, her father Mark and young son Noah died as a result of the blaze in Chatham Hill in Chatham.
A jury has retired to consider its verdicts in the trial of three people accused of murdering three generations of the same family in an arson attack at their home in Kent.
Danai Muhammadi, 24, was the "principal figure" behind the arson attack which killed his estranged wife Melissa Crook, 20, and their 15-month-old son Noah at Chatham Hill in Chatham, it is alleged
Mrs Crook's father, Mark Crook, 49, was left critically ill with severe burns in hospital in East Grinstead, West Sussex, he died six days later. The tragedy happened after petrol was squirted through the letterbox of the family home. Flames cut off any escape route for the family.