The man accused of murdering April Jones told police he had a "mental block" about what happened to her body, a jury heard today.
Mark Bridger, 47, also said he "never thought" of calling 999 after running her over by "accident", as he claims.
The jury were hearing transcripts of his police interviews, in which he said:
"I have been over and over and over again in my mind, what I've done and where I've been.
"I just have a mental block of what happened".
Bridger also added: "I never thought of dialling 999 or 112, I just didn't think."
Instead, he drove "back and forward" around the town.
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Judge tells Mark Bridger, he is 'a pathological and glib liar.' Read the full statement by Mr Justice Griffith Williams.