The cross examination of the sister of Shafilea Ahmed continues later today as she gives evidence against her parents, who are accused of killing her.
Last week the court heard that the events surrounding the teenager's death had "haunted" her for seven years.
The sister of Shafilea Ahmed said the events surrounding the teenager's death had "haunted" her for seven years.Read the full story ›
The sister murdered teenager Shafilea Ahmed will continue to give evidence in the trial of their parents for her murder today.
Over the last two days Alesha Ahmed has described the escalation of abuse suffered by Shafilea and broke down in tears as she described witnessing her murder.
The sister of Shafilea Ahmed broke down in tears as she described the moment she witnessed her parents allegedly murdering her sister.Read the full story ›
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Andrew Edis QC: "What was your father doing?"
Ms Ahmed: "Trying to keep her down on the settee. He had her held down with his leg on her midriff. Shafilea was kicking her legs"
Edis: "Could you see any part of her face?"
Ms Ahmed: "Her eyes."
Edis: "What can you tell us about the way her eyes appeared to you?"
Ms Ahmed: "Just open really wide."
Edis: "When you say wide what do you mean?"
Ms Ahmed: "You could tell she was just gasping for air."
Edis: "Did you see anything else happen to her at that point?"
Ms Ahmed: "She wet herself. She wet herself because she was struggling so much."
Edis: "Was there a time she stopped struggling?"
Ms Ahmed: "Yeah.
"Edis: "What happened then?"
Ms Ahmed: "That was it she was gone."
On the second day of the trial into the death of Shafilea Ahmed, her sister Alesha has described her abusive relationship with her parentsRead the full story ›
Shafilea Ahmed's sister Alesha has finished giving evidence for the day. The case continues at Chester Crown Court tomorrow.
A police bug placed in Shafilea Ahmed's parents home allegedly recorded the couple discussing if officers could tell anything from mileage on their cars.
The Ahmeds discussed "getting the papers on your side" as a way to get away with murder.
The prosecution says this was before Shafilea's body had been found.
Shafilea Ahmed's sister Alesha has alleged that their parents suffocated the teenager with a bag placed into her mouth.
She told her schoolmates the next day "my dad killed my sister".
The younger sister of Shafilea Ahmed is due to give evidence against her parents who are accusing of killing her.
Iftikhar and Farzana Ahmed, are charged with murdering their 17-year-old daughter in a suspected honour killing.
Shafilea's dismembered body was found on the banks of the River Kent in 2004.
Ahmed, 52, and his 49-year-old wife, deny murdering her.