Massive paper work delays Surrey Six trial
The murder trial for three men charged in connection with the now infamous Surrey six murders was supposed to get rolling on Friday. However the trial is being delayed due to a massive amount of paper work.
Crown prosecutors were hoping to proceed with direct indictments against Jamie Bacon, Cody Haevischer, and Matthew Johnson.
But with more than 750,000 pages of disclosure documents to deal with, that didn't happen.
The trio is accused of killing six people in a Surrey high-rise in 2007. Police say it was an execution style slaying. One of the victims was Chris Mohan. His mother says she's prepared to do whatever it takes to get justice.
"It's never easy to lose a son and someone who you loved and who loved you in return and didn't live a criminal lifestyle,'' she said.
"So it's really hard to live every day and to try and move forward."
The accused will be back in court on June 15.