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'I just wanted her to shut up': Man killed his wife then went to Costa for a cup of tea

A man strangled his wife to death after he 'snapped' when she told him his son was not his, a trial has heard.

Stuart Robertson said he 'felt a burning anger and rage' and wanted his wife Dawn to 'shut up' when he grabbed her around the neck and strangled her. Leaving her lifeless in a chair, he then went to Costa Coffee for a cup of tea before handing himself in at a local police station, the Liverpool Echo reports.

He told officers at the station: "You're never gonna believe this, but I've killed my wife." The 69-year-old said the victim had been 'abusive and aggressive' towards him as he broke down in court and said he was 'disgusted' at what he had done.

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Robertson has admitted manslaughter. He denies murder and is currently standing trial at Liverpool Crown Court.

Yesterday (May 15), he began giving evidence to the jury. Wearing a light grey checked jumper and grey tracksuit bottoms in the witness box and sporting a shaved head, Robertson was asked by his counsel Stanley Reiz KC about a series of incidents which had seen the police called to the couple's home on Cannon Street in St Helens over the course of several years.

These included an occasion in 2012 in which Mrs Robertson was said to have damaged their front door with a hammer after losing her keys, a drunken argument at their son's home later the same year, an allegation in 2015 that he had 'pushed her into a fridge' and another in 2017 stating he had 'grabbed her around the throat and threatened her with a butter knife'.

No action was ultimately taken against either party in relation to any of these complaints. Robertson described his partner as having

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