The murder trial for the man who killed 10 people after driving a van down a crowded Toronto sidewalk has been delayed until Thursday.
The judge has given the Crown and its experts a few days to review a defence-hired psychiatrist’s interviews with Alek Minassian.
The 28-year-old Mr. Minassian faces 10 counts of first-degree murder and 16 counts of attempted murder.
He argues he should be found not criminally responsible for his actions on April 23, 2018, due to autism spectrum disorder.
Mr. Minassian has admitted to planning and carrying out the attack and his state of mind at the time is the sole issue at trial.
Another psychiatrist has testified that Mr. Minassian’s autism spectrum disorder left him fixated on mass killings and vulnerable to the ramblings of an American mass murderer.
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