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02:50  14 august  2019
02:50  14 august  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

Sydney stabbing accused only given Panadol in jail, court hears

Sydney stabbing accused only given Panadol in jail, court hears The man charged over last week's stabbing rampage in Sydney is struggling in jail because he has not received proper medication, a court has heard. Twenty-year-old Mert Ney sat with his head bowed as he fidgeted with his handcuffs for the duration of his 15-minute hearing today. His lawyer, Zemarai Khatiz, told the court his client had repeatedly asked for his medication to help treat his mental health problems. But so far he has received only Panadol. Outside the court, his lawyer says he was struggling in jail as he can't sleep and was suffering "insomnia".

Sydney stabbing : knife-wielding man arrested after rampage in city centre – video. Fuller described it as six minutes of “ terrifying carnage ”. A 41-year-old woman was stabbed in the back in the How the Sydney knife attack unfolded . Footage of the man’s rampage showed him running across a city

How the sydney CBD homicide and stabbing unfolded : * 2pm: Police receive calls about a man armed with a knife and wearing a balaclava wandering York Street in * Officers arrive to find a 41-year-old woman suffering a stab wound at the Hotel CBD on the corner of King and York Streets.


A man is is expected to be charged after allegedly killing a woman before unleashing "terrifying carnage" with a butcher's knife in the city's CBD.

Mert Ney, 21, was arrested yesterday afternoon after he allegedly stabbed a 41-year-old woman at the Hotel CBD about 2pm and then tried to stab countless others as he wandered the streets before being detained near Wynyard station.

The body of a 21-year-old woman, believed to be a sex worker, was discovered at a Clarence Street apartment after the stabbing unfolded. Police said the homicide and stabbing were linked.

Sydney CBD stabber accused a 'lone actor'

Sydney CBD stabber accused a 'lone actor'  man with a history of mental health issues is expected to be charged after he allegedly killed a woman and then went on a stabbing rampage in Sydney's CBD. NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller said Mert Ney is expected to be charged with murder as well as serious assault after he unleashed "terrifying carnage" in the city on Tuesday afternoon. Mr Fuller says the rampage was "not currently classed as a terrorist incident" by authorities and the "lone actor" had no links to terrorist organisations.

A knife-wielding man 'with terrorist ideologies' killed one person and attempted to stab several others in a central Sydney rampage today before being chased and pinned down by members of the public, including Britons.

One dead, another injured in Sydney CBD stabbing rampage. School friends and neighbours of the man accused of unleashing “ terrifying carnage ” in a stabbing rampage in Sydney ’s CBD have described him as a quiet loner who “didn’t have many friends.”

Here is how the terrifying incident unfolded:

Timeline of how 'terrifying carnage' of Sydney stabbing unfolded © Nine Mert Ney is held down and searched by police following a stabbing rampage in Sydney's CBD. 1:30pm: The accused attends a unit on Clarence Street for an appointment.

1:50pm: He is captured on CCTV leaving the building.

2pm: Police receive calls about a man armed with a knife and wearing a balaclava wandering York Street in Sydney's CBD.

There are multiple reports the man had stabbed someone near the corner of King and Clarence streets as police make their way to the location.

2.36pm: Police and NSW Ambulance paramedics locate a 41-year-old woman inside a hotel, who had a stab wound to the shoulder.

She is taken to St Vincent's Hospital for treatment.

Just before 3pm: The Hotel CBD was put in lockdown. Three members of the public detain the 21-year-old attacker after a brief chase.

Man accused of Sydney stabbing rampage released from hospital

Man accused of Sydney stabbing rampage released from hospital A man accused of murdering an escort in a Sydney unit before allegedly going on a stabbing rampage in the CBD has been released from hospital. Mert Ney was arrested on Tuesday afternoon, when he allegedly stabbed 21-year-old Michaela Dunn to death and another 41-year-old woman. © 9News Ney remains under police guard in hospital after having surgery for cuts to his legs. After police detained him, he was hospitalised and underwent a mental health assessment. The 20-year-old has now been taken to Surry Hills Police station where he is expected to be charged later today.

The Sydney stabbing attack happened on 13 August 2019, when an attacker stabbed two people, killing one, in the Central Business District of Sydney , Australia.

Sydney stabbing : one woman killed and one injured in ' terrifying carnage '. Read more. Sydney stabbing : 41 year old woman who was stabbed in the back in Sydney CBD is stable, conscious and talking. How the Sydney knife attack unfolded . Photograph: The Guardian. Updated at 4.37am EDT.

Timeline of how 'terrifying carnage' of Sydney stabbing unfolded © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Vision shows the knife attacker chasing after people in the Sydney CBD. "Immediately we all went down the escalator and we continued to chase the guy and other people were going away because obviously he is wielding a knife," Paul O'Shaughnesy told 9News.

"My brother and I ran across here and we managed to get a grip along with another guy and we have a grip of him and restrained him fully."

Police attend and arrest the accused knifeman.

A mobile phone and USB stick and knife are seized at the scene, before being taken for forensic analysis.

The 20-year-old man is taken to Day Street Police Station, before being taken to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital to undergo surgery for a laceration to his knee.

3.15pm: The body of a 24-year-old woman is found in a Clarence Street unit as police conduct proactive patrols of the area.

Timeline of how 'terrifying carnage' of Sydney stabbing unfolded © Nine The suspected attacker is hauled away by police in Sydney's CBD. She had sustained a laceration to her neck and is pronounced deceased at the scene.

Sydney stabbing attack victim named

Sydney stabbing attack victim named The woman killed in an alleged knife rampage in Sydney's CBD has been named as Michaela Dunn. The 24-year-old escort was allegedly killed by Mert Ney, 20, yesterday afternoon at an apartment on Clarence Street. © Instagram The woman killed in an alleged knife rampage in Sydney's CBD ha He then allegedly stabbed a woman in the back at the CBD Hotel on the corner of Clarence and York Streets, before being chased and then wrestled to the ground by heroic passers who used chairs and a milk crate.

Sydney stabbing : one woman killed and one injured in ' terrifying carnage '. How the Sydney knife attack unfolded . Photograph: The Guardian.

Sydney stabbing : one woman killed and one injured in ' terrifying carnage '. How the Sydney knife attack unfolded . Photograph: The Guardian.

3.40pm: More than an hour after the attack bystanders were let out of Hotel CBD.

Police investigate whether the body is linked to the earlier stabbing.

Timeline of how 'terrifying carnage' of Sydney stabbing unfolded © Supplied Members of the public, including a firefighter and tradies, were filmed holding the suspect down outside Hotel CBD with chairs. They used a milk crate to pin down his head.

5.30pm: NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller confirms the two crimes are linked and reveals the alleged attacker - 21-year-old Mert Ney - has a history of mental health issues.

Police say the Marayong man has no links to terrorist organisations but does have some "ideologies in relation to terrorism".

Ney was allegedly carrying material "about other crimes of mass casualties and mass deaths around the world", the commissioner says.

Late yesterday: Detectives conduct a thorough search of Ney's western Sydney home.

Sydney stabbing accused Mert Ney faces court.
The man accused of going on a deadly stabbing rampage in central Sydney on Tuesday will defend the charges laid against him on the grounds of mental illness, his lawyer says. © Provided by Australian Broadcasting Corporation Mert Ney was restrained by several people until emergency services arrived. (Supplied: Vee Morgana) Mert Ney, 20, appeared briefly at Parramatta Bail Court via video link from Surry Hi © ABC News Michaela Dunn, who died on Tuesday, was a keen traveller and had recently visited Sri Lanka and the USA. lls Police Station where he was charged last night.

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