Cy Walsh Re-Pleads Not Guilty To Murder Of Father By ‘Mental Incompetence’

Cy Walsh has spoken in the Supreme Court today for the alleged murder of his father, former Adelaide Crows coach Phil Walsh.

The 27-year-old appeared via video link, from James Nash House – the psychiatric institution in which he is currently housed. 
He has previously pleaded not guilty in the Adelaide Magistrates Court due to mental incompetence on the night his father was killed, and re-entered that same plea in the Supreme Court today. 
The Crows coach passed away from multiple stab wounds in his Somerton Park home in July of last year, which left the AFL world reeling.
Many details of the case are currently remain banned from publication, but the case’s prosecution lawyer said that all details will be released at some point in time. 
Cy Walsh will appear in court again in April, and three separate mental health/psychiatric reports – including one by the acting director of James Nash House – will be considered in regards to his conviction. 
Source: ABC.
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