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Australia Sydney stabbing: Alleged murderer Mert Ney charged with more offences

04:20  15 october  2019
04:20  15 october  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Mert Ney , 21, was seen covered in blood and wielding a knife in Sydney 's CBD about 2pm Tuesday. He allegedly stabbed one woman, 21, to death Sydney stabbing LIVE: One dead, one injured as 'lone actor with a butchers knife' brings CBD to standstill. Skip to sections navigation Skip to content

more on this story. Sydney stabbing suspect Mert Ney released from hospital and expected to be charged . A relative of Mert Ney said family had been devastated by the killing of a young woman, confirmed they were not religious. Residents in shock at news of alleged Sydney stabbing attacker.

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The man who allegedly murdered a woman and stabbed another at a Sydney CBD Hotel has been charged with more offences.

Police have laid three fresh charges today on Mert Ney, 41, including one count of possessing child abuse material that was allegedly found on one of his USBs on August 13.

a police officer standing in front of a car: Sydney stabbing accused Mert Ney © AAP Sydney stabbing accused Mert Ney Mert Ney was secured by members of the public after the alleged stabbing. © Nine Mert Ney was secured by members of the public after the alleged stabbing.

Ney, from Marayong in Western Sydney, is also accused of possessing cannabis on the day of the attack.

Man charged with Toronto police stabbing says he regrets alleged attacks

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A man accused of killing a 24-year-old woman and stabbing a 41-year-old woman in the Sydney CBD has been charged with a string of offences including murder Mert Ney , 20, allegedly killed Michaela Dunn, 24, in a Clarence Street apartment on Tuesday before allegedly stabbing Linda Bo, 41, in the

This article is more than 1 month old. Sydney stabbing suspect Mert Ney charged with murder and attempted murder. Ney was on Friday night charged with murder, attempted murder, wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, intentionally choking with recklessness and common assault.

He appeared via video link at Central Local Court, with his face visible on screen.

He was smiling, fidgeting and breathing heavily as the matter was heard.

It will be another eight weeks until Ney is back in court.

a woman wearing a white shirt: Michaela Dunn was allegedly killed by Ney © Instagram Michaela Dunn was allegedly killed by Ney

Police are still trying to get access to his phone, his Facebook account and medical records as they try to build the case against him.

His lawyer says his client's mental state isn't good and he'll be defending all of the charges against him.

He was previously charged with murder, attempted murder, wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, intentionally choking with recklessness and common assault.

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