WA: Three people charged with the murder of Cassius Turvey in court in Perth

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Three others charged with the homicide of Indigenous teenager Cassius Turvey have been remanded in custody on their first look in a Perth courtroom.

Brodie Lee Palmer, 27, Mitchell Colin Forth, 24, and Aleesha Louise Gilmore, 20, have been charged Thursday, months after 21-year-old Jack Steven James Brearley was charged with homicide.

Police allege Mr Brearley hit the 15-year-old with a steel bar, probably a purchasing trolley deal with, in Center Swan on October 13 final 12 months. Cassius died in hospital 10 days later.

Mr Palmer and Mr Forth spoke solely to substantiate their names and that they understood the costs in opposition to them.

Mrs Gilmore was not in courtroom. Chatting with the courtroom by telephone, she mentioned she was in hospital and had not contacted a lawyer for the reason that indictment.

The three have been remanded in custody to seem at Stirling Gardens Magistrates Courtroom on March 29, when Mr Brearley’s case is subsequent scheduled.

No particulars of their alleged actions got.

Dozens of supporters stuffed the crowded courtroom, many carrying similar T-shirts with an image of Cassius.

Talking briefly in courtroom, his mom, Mechelle Turvey, mentioned “it does not really feel a lot totally different than it was”, referring to Mr Brearley’s first look.

The 15-year-old boy from Noongar Yamatji was allegedly crushed with a pole whereas strolling dwelling from faculty.

He suffered extreme mind accidents and died in hospital ten days later.

Cassius is remembered as a loving son and a job mannequin for his associates. He had began his personal garden mowing enterprise and on the age of 11 was invited to ship a rustic acknowledgment within the WA Parliament.

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