At The Continental Hotel, he said there were four cameras operational that night (please note the vision below is from The Continental Hotel, not Club Bayview as indicated in the caption). Justice Stephen Hall has queried some of Dr Palmer's evidence. Claremont killer trial LIVE: CCTV of Jane Rimmer's last moments played to court By Heather McNeill and Hannah Barry Updated December 10, 2019 — 4.51pm first published at 9.31am It followed evidence from Mr Edwards' first wife that she began having an affair with another man who she would invite over to their marital home to watch X-Files, before he eventually moved into their spare room. He said he reviewed the findings in 2019, following another review by another police officer in 2017. Serg. That increases the chance they would pick up some common fibres, doesn't it? Nonprofit Organization. Breaking news from Perth and Western Australia, plus a local perspective on national, world, business and sport news. The shorts were given to police by Jeffrey Cohen as an example. Accused man Bradley Edwards has pleaded not guilty to the murders of Sarah Spiers, Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon. He is now asking about Mr Gray's role as fleet manager. The state alleges Mr Edwards also used two other Telstra vehicles - a Toyota Camry station wagon and a Holden Commodore station wagon assigned to him in 1996 and 1997 - to murder Sarah Spiers, Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon. Mr Talbot: I'm not sure at this point, I don't know. Opens at 9:00 AM. Today, international fibres expert Dr Ray Palmer will continue to give evidence for a third day via video-link from the UK. The night Ciara disappeared on March 14, 1997 - there were nine. Ciara was captured on the two new cameras. "There was a multitude of people who could use them," he said. Ms Barbagallo has begun taking Ms Evans through how the exhibits were processed once they arrived in the UK to show the chain of possession, or continuity, of the items. Ms Payne is now reading the statement of a former taxi driver, Alan Ladbrook who was working the night Jane vanished on June 8, 1996. Ms Evans will resume giving her evidence at 10am tomorrow. Defence lawyer Paul Yovich is continuing his cross-examination. He said in 2019 he supplied detectives with two pairs of old Telstra overalls he owned from around that time, for the purpose of fibre analysis. The court is taking a break until 6.15pm. This article is available to subscribers who have digital access included in their subscription. Ms Barbagallo, in her re-examination, has asked about the yellow top container which housed AJM40. Mr Yovich: And it increases the chance that some of these fibres found on the women are potentially chance matches? Court has adjourned for lunch and will resume at 2.15pm. While Mr Edwards has pleaded guilty to the offence, Mr Yovich has previously stated Mr Edwards does not agree with all of the state's facts. That’s the first piece of physical evidence in the trial - 5 months in - that forensically links Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon. On 13 December 1996, he said they recovered footage from the Picnic boutique store police covert camera at 38 Bay View Terrace. Welcome to WAtoday's live coverage of day 92 of the Claremont serial killer trial in the Supreme Court of Western Australia. "I think the fact they've been [in the hotel] separately by a considerable period of time would have a considerable influence on that," Dr Palmer has said of the likelihood of Mr Yovich's proposition. When he started, he said there were 100 vehicles in use and 20 pool vehicles and that there "wasn't really" any documentation about who had the pool vehicles. This article is available to subscribers who have digital access included in their subscription. Mr Edwards abducted and raped a teenage girl from Claremont three weeks after this date, which the state alleges was motivated by emotional turmoil in his marriage. Mr Yovich is referring to both women visiting the Continental Hotel before they disappeared - albeit nine months apart. He said after becoming a corporate manager, he was not required to wear technician clothing. She chats for a few minutes inside the venue to a woman called Christine. An examination of hard-to-reach areas in the car found 13 blue polyester fibres, alleged to originate from Telstra trousers. The next witness statement to be read-in is that of WA Police cold case detective, Robert Linsley. Of Dr Palmer's conclusion that there was a 'strong' and 'very strong' likelihood Jane and Ciara had been inside Mr Edwards' former work car, Justice Hall has asked how he was able to narrow his conclusion to that one vehicle. "We tried to get them taken home [by employees] every night if we could because we didn't have room to store them. Because of that, the majority of fibres in the head hair will relate to fibres from their home environment.".