‘He would administer this drug to her and she would pass out and she would really know nothing about it until the morning when she woke,’ Mr Mc Auley said.‘On one occasion he almost overdid it and gave her too much and he was actually concerned if he was going to get her to come round.’ Asked by Neil Connor, prosecuting, why Howell gave her the sedatives, Mr Mc Auley replied: ‘So he could enjoy sexual gratification with her without her feeling guilt.’ Under cross examination, he indicated the guilt Stewart claimed to have experienced was in relation to her Christianity.You can talk about anything including personal concerns, worries and problems.
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Stewart, who admitted to police she was aware of the murder plan, listened as Mr Mc Auley told the jury she had once asked if he thought her late husband was in heaven, even though he had apparently committed suicide.
‘I answered her that I wasn’t a judge to decide that someone went to heaven or not.
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