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Wife faces murder trial

PUBLISHED: 16:50 13 August 2008 | UPDATED: 15:08 25 August 2010

A WOMAN appeared at the Old Bailey to deny stabbing her husband to death.  Graham Boyne, 41, was found dead on a bed at his home in Parkside Avenue, Barnehurst, on April 24 this year.

A WOMAN appeared at the Old Bailey to deny stabbing her husband to death.

Graham Boyne, 41, was found dead on a bed at his home in Parkside Avenue, Barnehurst, on April 24 this year. The television engineer had been stabbed 27 times.

His estranged wife Maria Boyne, 29, and warehouseman Gary McGinley, 23, are both accused of killing Mr Boyne. Both denied murdering Mr Boyne at the hearing on August 4.

Judge Stephen Kramer, QC, ordered the pair to stand trial on February 2 next year. Boyne, of no fixed address, and McGinley, of Franklin Road, Welling were both remanded in custody.

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