Forensic scientist Dr Anna Sandiford displays photos of bloodied
feet at the Bain retrial.
Kieran Raftery QC (above) explains that Stephen Bain left
fingerprints on the murder weapon while
fighting his killer, during
his closing of the Crown's case during the retrial of David Bain.
Defence witness Philip Boyce holds a rifle as suggested by a
previous witness during a demonstration on
how the bullet wound in
Robin Bain's head could have been self-inflicted during the retrial
of David Bain.
David Bain stands in Christchurch High Court for the first day of
his re-trial on March 6, 2009 in Christchurch,
New Zealand. David
Bain was convicted in 1995 for murdering his family and served
years of his life
sentence. On his final appeal in 2007 the Privy
Council quashed his
convictions and recommended a re-trial.
by Kirk Hargreaves-Pool/Getty Images)
David Bain at his retrial in the High Court, Christchurch
David Bain leaves the High Court in Christchurch with Joe Karam
after a jury found him
of the murders in 1994 of five members of his family.
Robin Irving Bain, David's father.
Margaret Arawa Cullen, David's mother.
Arawa Mary Bain, 19.
Laniet Margaret Bain, 18.
Memorial to the family of David Bain, Mosgiel, Dunedin, New