The family of a woman who was decapitated on the holiday island of Tenerife came face to face with her alleged killer in court. Jennifer Mills-Westley, 60, was shopping in the popular resort of Los Cristianos in the Canary Islands, Spain, on May 13 2011 when she was attacked and stabbed repeatedly.
Her daughters, Sarah Mears, 43, and Samantha Gomes, 38, were at the Provincial Court in Santa Cruz for the first day of the trial of Bulgarian man Deyan Deyanov. Deyanov, 29, denied murdering the grandmother of five inside a Chinese-owned shop on Avenida Juan Carlos I.
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