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Situated in the southeast neighbourhood of Hawthorne, Cartopia is open year round with outdoor fire pits and shaded picnic tables. Chicken and Guns (the guns being the roasted potatoes), has some of the best wood fired chicken you find anywhere. A few steps away, Tahrir Square makes a massive falafel.
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Robert McWhir trial: Witness claims the accused rang him ‘half way through killing someone'”I went down there and saw a body in the water, and I was too late. It was Marissa.”Marissa Aldrich and Robert McWhirGet the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThe trial of Robert McWhir, who is accused of murdering Marissa Aldrich three days before Christmas, entered its third day at Cambridge Crown Court today (June 5).Miss Aldrich and 25 year old McWhir, more commonly known as Bobby, were known to have had an relationship before her body was found in Loves Way, St Neots, at about 2.30am on December 22.A post mortem examination revealed the 29 year old, a mum of two, died as a result of drowning.Taking to the witness box today the court heard from Luke Holder and Clare Oakley, the couple who had hosted a get together at their flat the night of Miss Aldrich death.Opening the evidence for the day Mr Holder told the court how on the night of the incident he saw his friend Bobby, “kneeling on her (Marissa back. Holding her under the water.”Mr Gair, prosecuting, questioned Mr Holder about how he came to see McWhir and Miss Aldrich in the water.Mr Gair asked him to explain how he discovered his friend “down in the overfill” after he was told to “come to the wooden bridge” over the phone.Mr Holder, dad of two, told the court: “He said to me over the phone, killing her, I killing her.
“I happened to glance over my shoulder, saw a figure pass . Disappearing behind the masonry presumably disappearing into the churchyard,” Orwell told Collings. “I wasn’t looking directly at it so couldn’t make out more than that it was a man’s figure, small stooping, dressed in lightish brown; I should have said a workman.