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Evans, Martin (6 July 2020). "Man who murdered children's author, Helen Bailey, is charged with killing his wife six years earlier". The Daily Telegraph . Retrieved 6 July 2020.In his closing statement, prosecutor Stuart Trimmer QC told the jury that Stewart's version of events was "quite absurd" and that the accused had "grossly deceived" Bailey, saying: "It is perfectly plain she was completely overwhelmed by what some people might call ' love bombing'... it is a matter of common sense and knowledge that someone shortly bereaved might not have the logical equipment to see she was being deceived."  In response, Simon Russell Flint, the barrister acting for Stewart, dismissed the prosecution's "highly speculative theories", and asked, "What possible motive could he have?"  Helen Bailey disappearance: Man bailed by police". BBC News. 12 July 2016 . Retrieved 14 July 2016.
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