The jury at the Aston shootings trial is expected to be sent out to consider its verdict today after the judge completes his summing up.
Mr Justice Goldring is expected to send out the jury of six men and six women as he rounds up his summing up of four months of evidence.
Charlene Ellis, aged 18, and 17-year-old Letisha Shakespeare were gunned down outside the Uniseven hairdresser's salon in Aston in the early hours of January 2,
2003. At Leicester Crown Court yesterday, Mr Justice Goldring reminded jurors of the key witnesses in the case, including an anonymous witness, known as Mark Brown.
Mr Brown, Mr Justice Goldring said, had told the court that his "heart nearly jumped out of his mouth" when he saw the shooting at the salon.
However, defence barristers claimed that the witness was lying to get police protection after being targeted by Birmingham rival street gangs - the Johnson Crew and the Burger Bar Boys.
Michael Gregory ( 24), Nathan Martin (26), Marcus Ellis (24) and Rodrigo Simms (20) are charged with two counts of murder and three of attempted murder. They all deny the charges.
Jermaine Carty (24) denies possession of a firearm. The trial continues.