A Bath-based financial adviser is accused of murdering his 28-year-old girlfriend with an electrical cable.
The 32-year-old adviser, Paul Keene, strangled his girlfriend and mother of his 11-week old baby with an electrical cable in a drink fuelled rage, Bristol Crown Court has heard.
Miss Miron-Buchacra and Keene, who were planning to marry in the autumn of 2013, had been together for two years but their relationship had recently soured, according to a report in the Daily Mail yesterday.
On the day of Miron-Buchacra's death, June 23, 2012, the couple had exchanged a number of angry text messages as he spent the day at a boules tournament with colleagues from Advanced Investments.
Miron-Buchara had phoned her friend, Ben Jones, when Keene arrived at their home that evening and was drunk and aggressive. Jones didn't pick up but the assault was recorded on his voicemail.
Jones called the emergency services and police and paramedics arrived at the scene and discovered Miron-Buchacra's body on the bedroom floor of their first-floor Georgian flat in Bath shortly after midnight.
Mexican born Miron-Buchara was studying for a PHd in bio-chemistry and has been described as a ‘gifted student'.
Keene was arrested and admitted killing his fiancee during interview but said he could remember only vague details.
He denies murder and his trial continues.
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