ALFRED — The jury at the murder trial of Jason Twardus this morning is listening to more recorded interviews of the defendant conducted by investigators in the days after Kelly Gorham went missing in early August 2007.

Prosecutors allege Twardus strangled Gorham, his ex-fiancee, sometime on the morning of Aug. 8, 2007, at her apartment in Alfred. He allegedly buried her body on a remote piece of land owned by his father in Stewartstown, N.H. Police discovered the remains while searching that property three weeks later.

Twardus, 29, of Rochester, N.H., gave eight interviews to investigators. Prosecutors say inconsistencies and changes in his story between interviews are evidence of his guilt.

His defense team, led by attorney Daniel Lilley, claims there are two other alternate suspects who could have been responsible for Gorham’s death. Lilley has said detectives confused Twardus, and he would expect some uncertainty from his client about dates, times and other minute details over the course of eight interviews.

The trial opened Sept. 13 and is expected to last at least through the end of this week at York County Superior Court.

If convicted, Twardus would face a sentence of between 25 years and life in prison.