A JURY in the trial of two men accused of murdering kidnapped schoolboy Eddie Wong Wan-hin retired to special accommodation last night having, so far, failed to reach a verdict. It has spent more than seven hours considering evidence in the three-week trial. And it will go on with its deliberations today. Wong Wing-yuet, 20, and Yip Sun-on, 21, have both admitted manslaughter and kidnapping. But they deny murder. Mr Justice Stuart-Moore has told the jury it can acquit the defendants of all involvement in the killing if, as defence barristers suggest, it believes the nine-year-old boy met his death at the hands of someone else. But he said yesterday that if this had happened, the jury might consider it to be an 'extraordinary coincidence'. Injuries found on the boy appeared to be consistent with the way he was rendered unconscious by either Wong or Yip, said the judge. 'If the defendants didn't do it, someone else must have done it in the same sort of way,' he added. But the judge told the jury the injuries had not necessarily all been caused at the same time.