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The man -- who is appearing as the prosecution's key witness in the high-profile Melbourne trial, and cannot be named for legal reasons -- told the court that he shot 28-year-old sex worker Shane Chartres-Abbott near his suburban home in June 2003 .Speaking via videolink from prison, the man claimed that the third defendant, Evangelos Goussis, 46, was with him at the time of the shooting, Melbourne's The Age newspaper reported.At the time of his death Chartres-Abbott was awaiting trial for the alleged rape and mutilation of the woman in 2002 .
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