A man charged over the deaths of six people during Melbourne’s Bourke Street rampage is due to face court.
Dimitrious Gargasoulas, 27, is expected to appear before Melbourne Magistrates Court on Friday for a committal mention.
The prosecution and his defence team are expected to advise the court how the case will proceed amid concerns about Gargasoulas’ fitness to stand trial. Gargasoulas is facing six counts of murder and 28 charges of attempted murder after a car mowed down pedestrians in Melbourne on January 20.
He is accused of driving through the Melbourne CBD, deliberately striking pedestrians around Bourke and Queen streets as the area teemed with lunchtime crowds, before he was shot and wounded by police.