"Benjamin Field, 28, and Martyn Smith, 32, is accused of the murder of his teacher and the attempted murder of his former rector."
"The two men must have drugged their victims, and left the biblical messages in them – to give them delusions."
"– the Motive was financial gain, " said the prosecutor Oliver Saxby QC to the Daily Mail."
"Benjamin Field, a university student and the son of a baptist pastor, and a magician Martyn Smith, met each other in 2011, when they began to study English at the University of Buckingham. "
"It was also there that the two men met the retired but part-time teacher Peter Farquhar. A meeting that a couple of years later would cost the teacher life, " said the prosecutor Oliver Saxby QC to the Daily Mail. "
"Initiated the sexual relationship."
"After a time began to Field visit Farquhar private and discovered that the teacher was gay, something that only a few people knew about. "
"After a time, began a sexual relationship between them, and they became engaged. Something that Peter Farquhar describe in his diary as one of his life's happiest moment. "
"The experience was obviously not."
"for a longer period drugged the two young men Farquhar. He suffered delusions and hallucinations – and in October 2015, drowned out the Benjamin Field his betrothed to death."
"Benjamin Field described by the prosecutor as the driving of the two friends, while Martyn Smith was more of an assistant. "
"– the Motive was financial gain. And for Benjamin Field, there is a deep fascination in order to control, manipulate and kill, " said the prosecutor."
"According to the prosecutor, the two friends also have tried to assassinate the former principal Ann Moore-Martin, who lived just a few houses away from Peter Farquhar."
"– He wanted to inherit their house and to be able to do it was they both had to die, " said the prosecutor."
"Even the retired principal was drugged by the young men. They should also have tried to push her into madness, among other things, by writing biblical messages on her mirror. "
"But Ann Moore-Martin's near and dear became suspicious when she told me that she had received a powder of Benjamin Field. Just over a year and a half later, she died of natural causes."
"Benjamin Field and Martin Smith is now accused of murder, preparation for murder and fraud. Also, the Fields, the little brother should have been with and tried to lure Ann Moore-Martin, and is suspected of fraud."
"All three deny the offences."