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'Kat' McDonough on the witness standKathryn 'Kat" McDonough testifies against her former boyfriend in the murder trial of Seth Mazzaglia, charged in the death of UNH student Elizabeth "LizzI" Marriott.

Seth Mazzaglia looks at the row of family and friends of Elizabeth 'Lizzi' Marriott in the front row of the Strafford County courtroom in Dover Tuesday as he leaves for the morning break. Mazzaglia is charged with first-degree murder in the 2012 death University of New Hampshire student Marriott of Westborough, Mass. (Pool Photo/Rich Beauchesne//Portsmouth Herald)
Prosecutor Peter Hinckley questions the state's key witness, Kathryn McDonough, on Tuesday during the first-degree murder trial of Seth Mazzaglia in Strafford County Superior Court in Dover. McDonough is testifying against her former boyfriend.  (Pool Photo/Rich Beauchesne/Portsmouth Herald)
Kathryn McDonough is escorted out of the courtroom during the morning break Tuesday in Strafford County Superior Court in Dover. McDonough is the state's key witness against her former boyfriend, Seth Mazzaglia, charged with first-degree murder in the 2012 death of Elizabeth "Lizzi" Marriott of Westborough, Mass.  (Pool Photo/Rich Beauchesne/Portsmouth Herald)
Dover Chief of Police Tony Colarusso, left, and New Hampshire Attorney General Joseph Foster are seen in Strafford County Superior Court Tuesday in Dover during the morning break of Seth Mazzaglia's first-degree murder trail.  (Pool Photo/Rich Beauchesne/Portsmouth Herald)
Prosecutor Peter Hinckley questions the state's key witness, Kathryn McDonough, Tuesday during the first-degree murder trial of Seth Mazzaglia in Strafford County Superior Court in Dover. (Pool Photo/Rich Beauchesne/POOL/Portsmouth Herald)
Kathryn McDonough looks in the direction of her former bouyfriend Tuesday in Strafford Sounty Superior Court in Dover. McDonough is the state's key witness against her former boyfriend, Seth Mazzaglia. (Pool Photo/Rich Beauchesne/Portsmouth Herald)