Mohammad Khan, who is believed to have attacked the late Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin, did so because he believed the late monarch was “alive,” according to reports.
Mohammed Khan, who allegedly attacked the coffin of the late Queen Elizabeth II, allegedly acted on the belief that the British monarch was alive, a British court has heard.
The 28-year-old has been charged with threatening conduct with intent and prosecutors want further charges of disorderly conduct.
according to a Report Prosecuting lawyer Luke Staton described Khan as witnessing the incident as police approached the Queen’s coffin, state broadcaster BBC reported.
“He walked down the rug in the direction of the coffin and grabbed the Royal Standard flag hanging over the coffin with both hands,” the lawyer told Westminster Magistrates Court on Tuesday.
Prosecutors said Khan expressed the idea that “the Queen is not dead”, saying the accused had said he “approached the coffin because he wanted to examine it himself”.
Khan has also been described as wanting to speak to the royal family, and if he fails to do so, he is willing to “break in to try and connect”.
Doctors reportedly find Khan unfit to stand trial by District Judge Michael Snow quote According to a psychiatric report, the defendant was “described as suffering from a disorder that causes you to develop certain delusions”.
“When you’re in Westminster, you don’t accept that the Queen is dead, that’s why you go to the coffin to prove she’s dead,” Judge Snow reportedly told Khan, who reportedly only wanted to Confirm his name, date of birth, and the address of a friend he lives in north London.
The judge reportedly added: “He remains delusional that the Queen is not dead, that King Charles has something to do with the matter and may go to Windsor Castle to pay his respects, but also because he still thinks she is alive.”
according to a Report go through The Telegraph At the trial, the judge then postponed the case until October 18, hoping the defendants would be healthy enough to participate in the proceedings.
Justice Snow also granted Khan bail, adding that to protect himself, he must remain in a mental hospital until the next court hearing, with the prosecution arguing that if the man did attempt to do so, he could be subject to British security. Troop damage. Get in touch with the royal family.