Mohamad Tahir and Beny, both 19, told the Northern Territory Supreme Court they came from poor families and were struggling to find work when they were offered 560 dollars (512 US) each to bring the boat to Australia.
What does NTSC stand for?
NTSC stands for Northern Territory Supreme Court (Australia)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Police said the van has been moved to the Darwin police compound from the Northern Territory Supreme Court where it has been held as evidence.
For the last seven years, the van has remained in police custody, held in the Northern Territory supreme court basement.
It resumes for two weeks in August 2004 August 18, 2004: Murdoch is committed to stand trial in the Northern Territory Supreme Court May 2005: Authorities send a portion of the cable-tie restraints used on Joanne to Britain for DNA testing.
The Northern Territory Supreme Court in Darwin has heard Murdoch is accused of flagging the couple down in their orange camper van, shooting Mr Falconio and threatening Miss Lees, now aged 32.
The judge, Chief Justice Brian Martin, asked the jury at the Northern Territory Supreme Court in Darwin to consider this evidence before later advising them that it was "likely they would be asked to start their deliberations tomorrow
The 47-year-old drifter flagged the couple down in their orange camper van and shot Mr Falconio dead before threatening Miss Lees, 32, of Brighton, with a gun to her head and tying her up with her hands behind her back, the Northern Territory Supreme Court in Darwin heard.
Murdoch's barrister, Grant Algie, told the jury at the Northern Territory Supreme Court in Darwin there was no rational explanation why the killer would have moved the body.