Christchurch’s ‘murderer’ mental health examination directive.New York’s Christchurch Mosque, the main accused in the murder case of 50 people, has ordered Brigantine Trent’s mental health examination.
Today, New Zealand High Court Judge Cameron Mander ordered this morning. British media reported this information in a BBC report.
Judge Mather said that the experts will examine the accused whether it is appropriate to stand trial in the court.
The judge said two tests will be done to ensure that the mental health of the accused is suitable.
Christchurch’s ‘murderer’ mental health examination directive
The accused is presented in court to the court through prison from video. Video conferences have been done in such a way that the accused only see judges and lawyers. Apart from this, the video camera was kept away from the general gallery.
On 14th June the accused will be presented in court again. Until then, the judge ordered him to be held in custody.
The accused have been accused of killing 50 people and trying to kill 39 people.
This is the most horrific incident in New Zealand‘s history.
On March 15, Australian citizen Brenton Trent shot arbitrary shooting at two Christchurch mosques in New Zealand. 50 people were killed in this. Five Bangladeshis are among the dead. After the murder, New Zealand police arrested the guard.
During that time Bangladesh Cricket team was in New Zealand to play Test Series. Tamim and Mushfiqikar left for Juma prayers in one of those two mosques. But a woman in the middle warns them. Later the cricketers returned to the hotel quickly.