One of four men accused of murdering two people, stuffing their bodies in a toolbox and dumping it in a Kingston dam in Queensland, has entered a plea.
Trent Michael Thrupp pleaded guilty to manslaughter in Brisbane Supreme Court. But the prosecution refused to accept his plea, the court was told.
Mr Thrupp, along with Stou Daniels, Davy Malu Junior Taiao, and Waylon Ngaketo Cowan Walker are all charged with murdering Iuliana Triscaru, and Cory Breton back in January 2016.
The pair were reported missing, their bodies found 18 days later.
Thrupp, Daniels, and Taiao are also charged with torturing the victims.
All four have pleaded not guilty to murder on the first day of the trial.
The trial is expected to run for four weeks.