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Title: Mauritius honeymoon murder,Abinash Treeboowoon, 29, a cleaner from Plaine des Roches, and Sandip Moneea, 41, a floor supervisor from Petit Raffray have been charged with murder.
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Mauritius honeymoon murder:Police said Mrs McAreavey, who had been married less than a fortnight, had fought back against her attackers. Sh...
Mauritius honeymoon murder:Police said Mrs McAreavey, who had been married less than a fortnight, had fought back against her attackers.
She was found strangled in a bath with the water still running, the court heard. Detectives believe this was part of an attempt to make her death appear like a suicide.
Skin tissues were also discovered underneath the young teacher's fingernails after she fought for her life when she disturbed thieves who had broken into her hotel room. These are being tested for DNA.
Abinash Treeboowoon, 29, a cleaner from Plaine des Roches, and Sandip Moneea, 41, a floor supervisor from Petit Raffray have been charged with murder.
A third man, Raj Theekoy, a 33 year-old cleaner, from Ramnarain, Cottage, has been charged with conspiracy to murder.
It is understood that Mrs McAreavey, a former beauty queen, caught the employees in her room after she returned for some biscuits to go with her tea. The Irish national's husband is not a suspect.
The development came after her heartbroken father spoke of his devastation over the death of his "beautiful" daughter.
"This is the worst nightmare that anyone can imagine. If you think things can be bad, then you go beyond that because that is where we are," he said. Mr Harte said his family had been left shattered.
"This is the worst nightmare that anyone can imagine. If you think things can be bad, then you go beyond that because that is where we are."
In his home near Ballygawley, Co Tyrone, he stood flanked by two of his three sons, Matthew and Michael. l
He added: "This is too horrible to contemplate. We are just all devastated. It is the worst of the worst and our hearts are broken."
Cities of the World MauritiusHis son Mark is expected to arrive in Mauritius tomorrow with a brother of Michaela's husband, John McAreavey, who is a Down senior Gaelic footballer.:Text may be subject to copyright.This blog does not claim copyright to any such text. Copyright remains with the original copyright holder.

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