The jury in the trial of a Latvian man accused of murdering a man in Wexford last year is considering its verdict.
Twenty-nine-year-old Lithuanian Robert Stravinskas was found stabbed to death at a rented flat at Cromwellsfort House in Wexford in May 2005.
Jurijs Princes has pleaded not guilty to murder.
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