Australia Eunji Ban's killer blames 'sphere' in head

06:30  07 august  2018
06:30  07 august  2018 Source:   msn.com

'I just saw her and did it': Man pleads not guilty to woman's murder

  'I just saw her and did it': Man pleads not guilty to woman's murder It was a callous and random attack that shocked Brisbane and today the man accused of carrying out the crime pleaded not guilty. Alex Reuben McEwan is on trial for murdering hotel cleaner Eunji Ban as she walked to work in November 2013.McEwan today pleaded not guilty to murder but guilty to the lesser charge of manslaughter.His defence told the jury McEwan suffered from schizophrenia and that he was not mentally well enough to be fully responsible for the 22-year-old's murder."McEwan suffers from severe mental illness ... schizophrenia ... it leads to paranoia ...

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Eunji Ban.© AAP Eunji Ban. A Queensland man accused of murdering Korean woman Eunji Ban blamed her killing on a "sphere rolling around his head".

Alex Reuben McEwan has admitted killing Ms Ban in Brisbane CBD in November 2013, but pleaded not guilty to murder.

His lawyer has argued in his Brisbane Supreme Court trial his schizophrenia made him unable to control his actions.

Three days before Ms Ban's death, McEwan laid bare his mental health issues in a conversation with his mother Ruth, the court heard on Tuesday.

Ruth McEwan testified they agreed he would get mental health treatment after he told her about the sphere.

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"He said sometimes when he comes home late ... he's just sitting in a park because he feels like he's not normal, not like other people," she said.

"He just sits for a while. And then he said he can't see left from right and he's got a sphere rolling around and around his head. Because it's got no sides, he can't make it stop.

"And he needs got to make it stop. That's what he said."

The family of murdered Korean student Eunji Ban leave the Brisbane Supreme Court in Brisbane, Thursday, October 5.© AAP The family of murdered Korean student Eunji Ban leave the Brisbane Supreme Court in Brisbane, Thursday, October 5. McEwan later told his mother why he killed Ms Ban, saying: "It was the sphere."

Ruth McEwan said her son would "make everyone smile" until around 15 years of age when what she believed was depression caused him to become withdrawn.

She, McEwan and members of the jury were in tears as she gave evidence.

Korean woman's Qld killer to testify

  Korean woman's Qld killer to testify A Queensland man who killed a Korean woman will take the stand when his murder trial resumes at the Brisbane Supreme Court next week. A Queensland man accused of bashing a Korean woman and dumping her in a Brisbane park where she drowned in her own blood is set to take the stand at his murder trial.Alex Reuben McEwan has pleaded not guilty to murdering 22-year-old Eunji Ban on November 24, 2013, but guilty to a lesser offence of manslaughter on mental health grounds.McEwan is expected to give evidence when his Brisbane Supreme Court murder trial resumes on Thursday.

A Queensland man accused of murdering Korean woman Eunji Ban blamed her killing on a " sphere rolling around his head ". Alex Reuben McEwan has admitted killing Ban in Brisbane CBD in November 2013, but pleaded not guilty to murder

A Queensland man accused of murdering Korean woman Eunji Ban blamed her killing on a " sphere rolling around his head ". Precedents point to a seven-game ban for Gaff, ending his season.His best case is that the penalty somehow is reduced to six matches.

McEwan entered a plea of guilty to manslaughter at the start of the trial on Monday, which was rejected by prosecutors, who argue he intended to kill her.

Ms Ban was found in a Brisbane park near her Roma St Parklands unit with head injuries so severe she drowned in her own blood, the trial has heard.

Eunji Ban.© AAP Eunji Ban. She was allegedly repeatedly punched by McEwan, then 19, while walking to her cleaning job in the early hours of November 24, 2013.

The trial continues.

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