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Grace Millane’s body was moved out of hotel in suitcase later found in a shallow grave: video

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The Tinder date accused of murdering Grace Millane was shown removing heavy suitcases from his hotel — one of which was found in a shallow grave with the British backpacker’s body inside, a court heard this week.


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The murder suspect, whose identity is being suppressed by the New Zealand court, was caught on surveillance footage buying gloves, stain remover and a shovel, according to the Evening Standard.

Other footage then showed him wheeling a hotel trolley to fetch heavy suitcases — one of which prosecutors say contained Millane’s body after she was strangled during sex the night before her 22nd birthday, according to the report.

The suitcases were wheeled to a red Toyota the suspect rented on Dec. 1 last year, the day Millane died, the court heard.

Her naked body was found in a fetal position in one of the suitcases a week later in woodland just outside Auckland, with images of the shallow grave shown to jurors, the Evening Standard said.

Millane’s parents, David and Gill Millane, wept as the video and images were shown in Auckland High Court, the paper reported.

Before removing the suitcases the night after Millane’s death, the suspect had been on another Tinder date — meaning the backpacker’s body was still in his hotel room, prosecutors claim.

The date told the court that she went out of her way to avoid the suspect after being “uncomfortable” at the suspect talking about women being accidentally killed during sex, according to The Sun.

“He said he had heard of a guy who asked his girlfriend to have rough sex with him including strangulation or suffocation and it had gone wrong and she had died in the process and he had got done for manslaughter,” she said, saying he was “very intense.”

“I felt uncomfortable with him so I just lied and said my car was in the opposite way,” she told the court, according to The Sun report.

“He wrote to me later by text saying, ‘Hey, I had a really great time would you like to do it again?’ and I said, ‘No, I wouldn’t.'”

The suspect has denied murder in the trial expected to continue until early next month

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