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Australia Evie Amati found guilty of Sydney 7-Eleven axe attack

07:32  03 august  2018
07:32  03 august  2018 Source:   abc.net.au

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THE transgender woman who allegedly went on an axe rampage at a Sydney 7 - Eleven will remain behind bars for another month. Evie Amati , 24, is facing a . While home in London for the holidays, James Corden picks up his friend Adele for a drive around the city singing some of her classic songs

THE transgender woman who allegedly went on an axe rampage at a Sydney 7 - Eleven will remain behind bars for another month. Evie Amati , 24, is facing a

Evie Amati pleaded not guilty over the alleged attack, claiming she was suffering from a mental illness© Facebook Evie Amati pleaded not guilty over the alleged attack, claiming she was suffering from a mental illness A woman has been found guilty of attacking two people with an axe inside a 7-Eleven store in inner-Sydney.

Evie Amati, 27, was convicted of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm and wounding with intent to murder after a trial in the New South Wales District Court.

The transgender woman used an axe to hit Ben Rimmer in the face and Sharon Hacker on the back of her head during the attack in January last year.

Amati had pleaded not guilty to the charges, claiming she had a mental illness and was affected by a hormone medication, cannabis, amphetamines and alcohol at the time of the incident.

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Evie Amati found guilty of wounding with intent to murder over Sydney axe attack . Skip to sections navigation Skip to content Skip to footer. When Evie Amati entered a 7 - Eleven in Sydney 's inner west holding an axe and listening to her favourite metal song, people assumed she had left a costume

© Facebook Evie Amati pleaded not guilty over the alleged attack , claiming she was suffering from a mental illness A woman has been found guilty of attacking two people with an axe inside a 7 - Eleven store in inner- Sydney . Evie Amati , 27, was convicted of wounding with intent to cause grievous

She began to cry as Judge Mark Williams thanked the jury for their attendance.

During the trial, police officers, ambulance crews and doctors gave evidence that delved into a range of incidents before and after the attack in order for the jury to assess her state of mind at the time.

The jury heard from the victims and was also shown graphic footage of the attack.

Amati took the stand during the trial and told the court she was high on drugs on the night of the attack and heard voices telling her to kill.

The court also heard Amati sent threatening messages to a woman she met on Tinder just over an hour before the attack.

A police interview, recorded 14 hours after she entered the inner-Sydney convenience store, was also played to the court during the trial.


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