These are images of "Messages from God" scribbled by her young lover in the house of an older church leader to drive her to the grave and take her money, a court heard today.
Pious Catholic Ann Moore-Martin, 83, was overwhelmed with religious zeal when she saw the news smeared on mirrors at her home in Maids Moreton, Buckinghamshire, a jury said.
They were written by their lover Benjamin Field (28), who pretended to be in a relationship with her to steal the savings of her life.
When she saw the news, some of which read: "Ben needs prayer and he loves you" and "Everything you give him will be returned ten times," she contacted her lawyer and asked her to make her boyfriend the main beneficiary of her will .
Field and his wizard friend Martyn Smith (32) are on trial for their attempted murder and the murder of their neighbor Peter Farquhar (69).
Benjamin Field takes a selfie in the reflection with the words "Pray for Ben, Ben loves you"
The 28-year-old Field has posed in the same mirror on another occasion and this time carries the words "Everything you give him will return".
The Oxford Crown Court heard today that Ms. Moore-Martin contacted her lawyer Diana Davies and told her that the messages were a sign from God that she needed to change her will.
A jury of six men and six women were shown pictures of the news Field had recorded himself today.
Oliver Saxby QC, prosecutor, said: & # 39; Field and Smith launched a campaign to & # 39; Mirror writing & # 39; started.
That is, they used a white pen, as used on blackboards outside restaurants, to write things – messages – on Ms. Moore-Martin's mirrors at home.
"These messages were biblical in nature and Ms. Moore-Martin finally believed that they were messages from God – Field would speak of having received them.
Among other things, the embassies asked Ms. Moore-Martin to leave Field's house. If she did, she would do the will of the Lord. Which is what she did properly. & # 39;
Another picture of Field, shown today in his Oxford Crown Court trial, shows how he makes a reflection as he says, “Your intentions are sacred, your work is not done, take care of yourself and do it Task given to you by the Lord & # 39;
Field and his co-defendant Martyn Smith's trial heard he wrote the news in Ann Moore-Martin's house to kill her and hand over her inheritance to him
The court heard that Ms. Moore-Martin contacted Ms. Davies and cited the transcripts as the reason why she wanted Field to benefit from her will.
Ms. Davies became concerned when she found that Peter Farquhar had done the same shortly before his death, and Field agreed that Ms. Moore-Martin would be notified. Still, she still changed her will.
Ms. Moore-Martin subsequently left Field at Manor Park in Maids Moreton, Bucks., Which was valued at approximately £ 320,000, was informed of the High Court judge, Mr. Justice Sweeney.
The court had heard that Ms. Moore-Martin died a few months before her 84th birthday when she died on May 12, 2017, and that she was unmarried and had no children.
Ben Field of Olney, Buckinghamshire is charged with a number of homicides, a number of attempted murders, a number of homicide plots, a number of burglaries, three number of fraud cases and a number of owners of an article for use in fraud. He admitted the three fraud cases and the break-in.
The 28-year-old Field is pictured with his then lover Ann Moore-Martin (83). He is brought to justice for her attempted murder and the murder of her older neighbor Peter Farquhar
Retired teacher Anne-Moore Martin, 83, was like a "teen in love" with Benjamin Field, 28, who seduced her and intended to kill her to inherit her money, the jury previously heard
28-year-old Field has conspired with 32-year-old Martyn Smith to murder 69-year-old Peter Farquhar (pictured) to be included in his will
Smith, of Redruth, Cornwall, denies all charges against him – a number of homicides, a number of attempted murders, a number of conspiracies against murder, three numbers of fraud cases, a number of break-ins and a number of owners of an article for use in Fraud, namely the will of a 101-year-old woman named Elizabeth Zettl with whom Field lived.
Field's brother Tom, 23, also from Olney, Buckinghamshire, has been charged with fraud for misrepresentation.
The prosecutor informed the jury of the alleged incident in which the two Field brothers and Smith had convinced Ms. Ann Moore-Martin that Tom Field needed £ 27,000 to buy his kidney dialysis machine to get him on the University can stay. He denies fraud.
The trial before the Oxford Crown Court continues.
Field & # 39; s friend and co-accused Martyn Smith, 32, from Redruth, Cornwall, denies murder, conspiracy to murder, two fraud charges and one for burglary
The pensioners lived three houses apart in the village of Maids Moreton in Buckinghamshire
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