Man accused of killing sisters to undergo 60 days of psychiatric treatment
An Ottawa man accused of killing his sisters will spend 60 days in mental health treatment under the hope he will then be ruled fit to answer to charges.
29-year-old Musab A-Noor made a court appearance by video link from the Royal Ottawa this morning.
He was practically unresponsive, staring out a window and only answering when asked if he could hear.
The judge agreed with a psychiatrist saying he was not in any mental shape to stand trial.
It's believe A-Noor has schizophrenia and suffers from catatonia.
A-Noor's progress will be examined in a month.
He's accused of murdering Asma and Nasiba A-Noor at a McCarthy Road home on December 16th.
With files from CTV Ottawa
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