Cape Town - The man blamed for killing three individuals at the New Somerset Hospital in Green Point showed up at the Cape Town Magistrate's Court on Thursday where the matter was deferred for additional examination.
Jean-Paul Malgas, 39, has been accused of three counts of homicide, one count of unlawful ownership of a gun and one count of ownership of ammo. Malgas deserted his bail application at his most memorable appearance.
Malgas was not actually present during procedures and seemed through general media collector (AVR) from Pollsmoor Prison. The previous cop's family, be that as it may, were available and addressed him momentarily during procedures.
His mom, attempted to comfort her child, who as per guard lawyer Shagan Balram, experienced "serious melancholy". As a component of a wellbeing check, she asked him how he was doing, to which he answered, "I'm better at this point".
Malgas affirmed to the court that he has been taking his mental prescription consistently and that he was steady. Balram then, at that point, mentioned that his client be available in court at his next appearance to counsel.
State investigator, Advocate Adenaan Gelderbloem exhorted the court that DNA reports, prima buildup report, two posthumous reports, witness proclamations, ballistic reports and the character march were all the while exceptional.
The matter was delayed to August 12 for additional examination.
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