Two men have denied murdering a financial adviser who was shot in the chest at his home in April last year.
Appearing at Antrim Crown Court, 35-year-old Darren Kernohan, from Moss Drive in Antrim, and Martin Fleming (51), from Churchill Road in Larne, both pleaded not guilty to murdering 60-year-old Geoff Kerr on April 27 last year, the Belfast Telegraph reports.
Alongside the pair in the dock were mother and daughter 63-year-old Margaret Deery and Siobhan Clyde (34) who denied charges of perverting the course of justice.
Crown lawyer Neil Connor revealed that a fifth accused, Laurence Desmond Kincaid, is also to be returned for trial on a charge of withholding information.
Mr Justice Hart said he would review the case in the middle of next month.
The court heard when the trial does eventually start, it could last up to three weeks.
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