Man accused of killing mentally incapacitated Indian bus driver to face trial

<pre><pre>Man accused of killing mentally incapacitated Indian bus driver to face trial

A man has been declared mentally incapable to be judged for the murder of the Indian pilot of 29 years Manmeet Alisher in Brisbane in 2016.

Anthony O & # 39; Donohue, 50, was charged with one count of murder, fourteen counts of attempted murder and one arson for the bombing of a bus from the Brisbane City Council in the suburb of Moorooka.

The Queensland Mental Health Court heard evidence that it was first diagnosed in 2003 with a severe chronic schizophrenic disease, has been untreatable for several years and remains highly dangerous.

Judge Jean Dalton issued a forensic order to continue receiving treatment in a mental health institution for 10 years.

The judge said she did not believe it was a racially motivated attack, but her illusions resulted in an attack on a bus driver.