A person accused of killing a household physician at a medical clinic in central Alberta made a second weird courtroom look Wednesday and was ordered to endure a psychiatric examination.
Deng Mabiour is charged with first-degree homicide in final month’s killing of Dr. Walter Reynolds on the Village Mall Stroll-In Clinic in Purple Deer.
Mabiour, 54, went on a number of tirades at provincial courtroom Decide Bert Skinner, who requested the accused a number of instances whether or not he understood the costs in opposition to him.
“I refuse to say as a result of my case is greater than this,” stated Mabiour, who wore a blue inmate jumpsuit and insisted on sitting on the ground of the video room on the Purple Deer Remand Centre claiming his knee damage.
“Why do you not ask me why I killed my household physician? I killed him for good cause,” Mabiour advised the choose.
“I do not desire a lawyer. I need to speak about why I killed my household physician. It’s a very, very lengthy story.”
Reynolds, a 45-year-old father of two, was attacked with a weapon whereas working on the clinic on Aug. 10. He died later in hospital.
One witness advised media that she was within the ready room when she heard cries for assist and stated a person within the clinic had a hammer and a machete.
RCMP have stated the crime was not random and the 2 males knew one another by means of the clinic, although they haven’t stated if Mabiour was a affected person of Reynolds.
Mabiour can be charged with assault with a weapon and assaulting a police officer.
He first appeared in courtroom one month in the past and appeared confused.
“Take heed to me. I do not bear in mind something as a result of I am sick. I would like a health care provider,” Mabiour advised courtroom on Aug. 12.
Police have launched few particulars in regards to the man accused. An acquaintance of Mabiour has stated he got here to Canada from South Sudan.