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July 17, 2018 16:40:29

A person accused of drowning his wheelchair-confined spouse in a parklands pond in Adelaide has pleaded not responsible to homicide.

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Peter Rex Dansie, 69, was arrested in July final yr, almost three months after his spouse Helen was discovered useless within the pond at Veale Gardens.

The 67-year-old lady was in a wheelchair after a stroke greater than 20 years in the past.

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After listening to proof from witnesses, Justice of the Peace Elizabeth Sheppard discovered there was a case for Dansie to reply.

A lot of the proof from the listening to within the Adelaide Magistrates Courtroom was suppressed.

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Dansie pleaded not responsible to the homicide cost and was dedicated to the Supreme Courtroom for trial.

He’ll be arraigned subsequent month.

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