David Hunter: British pensioner in Cyprus back in court

Janice and David Hunter had been together for 56 years

British pensioner David Hunter has admitted he “helped” end the life of his terminally ill wife, Janice, during her murder trial in Paphos.

Hunter, 76, told the court that his wife “cried and begged” for him to end her life as she became progressively more ill with blood cancer.

The couple lived in Tremithousa, a village near Paphos since moving to Cyprus in 2002.

The trial continues.


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