The Supreme Court has lifted a suppression on part of the 111 emergency call David Bain made after five members of his family were killed.
The suppressed words are alleged to be: "I shot the prick".
Chief Justice Sian Elias said it was important to note that the words were unclear, which is why they were not allowed in the court case itself.
Stand by for more on this ...
UPDATE: Here's the Supreme Court ruling (pdf) - Joe Karam is holding a press conference this afternoon. Bain's lawyer is saying it's "nothing", and that to suggest that it is incriminating is "bullshit".
OK - we've had a quick read through the Supreme Court ruling. Michael Reed QC has just said on RadioLive that seven experts couldn't agree whether Bain said these words or not, or whether they were indeed words at all. However Justice Panckhurst ruled the evidence as admissable, and as an area on which the jury could make a finding, under his direction. The Court of Appeal agreed with Panckhurst J, which is how this case came to be in the Supreme Court.
Now, as we have said often, we are not legal experts. But it seems to us that if both a High Court judge and the Court of Appeal saw that this tape had evidential merit, it is not, as Michael Reed QC rather huffily told RadioLive, "bullshit". We will update again after Karam has had his say, doubtless, of course, still ticking over the meter for legal aid.