The jury in the trial of Patrick Curran, who is accused of murdering a pensioner more than 16 years ago in North Cornwall has retired to consider its verdict.
Curran, who is 38, has denied murdering 74-year-old Joan Roddam. She was found strangled at her home on the outskirts of Delabole in November 2003.
Curran has refused to appear during his trial, and has also refused legal representation.
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