Murder trial adjourned over legal complications

| 30/01/2014

(CNS): The case against a West Bay man accused of killing Robert Bush has been adjourned once again as a result of ongoing legal complications. Brian Borden, who was due to face trial on Wednesday for the murder, has denied being involved in the fatal shooting but has now been incarcerated for some 18 months on remand. Borden was arrested in August 2012 and then charged with murder almost one year after Bush was gunned down in West Bay in September 2011 in what is believed to be a gang related killing. However, a catalogue of issues, which continued this week, have served to delay his trial. Borden has been remanded in custody and is due to return to court Friday. Police have also recently charged David Tomassa with the same crime.

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