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Romanong murder trial adjourned
The murder trial of Graham Romanong, a student at the University of Technology (Unitech) last year has been adjourned to February, 2017, Post Courier (December 6) reports.
Justice Frasier Pitpit, who presided over the case, informed the 3 students accused of killing Romanong that whilst waiting for their hearing, they should engage the services of a criminal lawyer.
The suspects, all students at the same university, were arrested by police at a roadblock at 9 Mile outside Lae at 4am after receiving a tip off. They are accused of murdering Romanong on June 28.
In October, the Lae district committal court found sufficient evidence to commit them for wilful murder. The suspects’ attempts to seek bail while in custody have failed since September.
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