Alex Reuben McEwan was condemned to life in jail within the wake of being seen as at actual fault for killing Korean understudy Eunji Ban whereas strolling to work in Brisbane in November 2013. McEwan confessed to killing Ban nevertheless argued not liable to kill, asserting that his psychological drawback delivered him unequipped for controlling himself.
On the level when McEwan attacked Ban exterior her Roma Avenue Parklands stage within the early morning hours, he assured a satan had him. He pulled her physique up the means to Wickham Park, the place he unloaded it nearly a tree.
His scary admission towards the rear of a squad automotive was caught on report and circulated in court docket throughout his preliminary. McEwan is being investigated in Brisbane’s Supreme Court docket for the 2013 murder of a 22-year-elderly individual within the metropolis’s focal enterprise space.
Ms. Boycott was battered to loss of life in Wickham Park within the early lengthy stretches of November 24, 2005, till she was unrecognizable. McEwan has confessed to Ms. Boycott’s murder nevertheless not her murder.
The indictment dismissed the request, guaranteeing he wished to kill the Korean understudy. As indicated by McEwan’s authorized counselor, John Allen QC, the shopper, who was 19 at his detainment, experiences schizophrenia and must be judged not at respectable fault for murder due to lessened legal responsibility.
Alex McEwan is by and by coping with his indictments in Brisbane’s jail. Subsequent to being seen as at actual fault for killing Korean understudy Eunji Ban whereas strolling to work in Brisbane in November 2013, Alex Reuben McEwan was condemned to jail.
McEwan confessed to killing Ban but argued not liable to kill, asserting he was unable to regulate himself due to his psychological maladjustment. McEwan stated he was moved by an evil spirit when he assaulted Ban exterior her Roma Avenue Parklands stage within the early hours of the morning. He conveyed her physique up the means to Wickham Park and dropped it near a tree.