Court knocks! Man messes up British Queen’s funeral ‘psychedelic illness’ thinks Queen isn’t dead

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Court knocks! Man messes up British Queen’s funeral ‘psychedelic illness’ thinks Queen isn’t dead

The AFP news agency reported on September 21 that the London Court of First Instance ruled earlier in the day that the man who disrupted the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II and was arrested by the police on suspicion of disturbing the peace on Friday is a hallucination. because she thought Queen Elizabeth II was not dead.
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Attorney Luke Staton told the court that the criminal was named Muhammad Khan, 28, the defendant in the case. Arrived at Westminster Hall late last week. He was spotted by officials as he headed for Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin, with Khan walking off the carpet towards the altar. He then used both hands to hold the Maharaj banner that covered the royal coffin. before being quickly collected by the headteacher and questioned later

Luke also said that Mr. The defendant thought that Queen Elizabeth II was still alive. So he walked into his coffin, wanting to explore the idea for himself.

District Court Judge Michael Snow considered the defendant delusional. The court still believes that Queen Elizabeth II was not dead and that Charles III was involved in the incident He is in a mental health hospital in East London. until the next court date on 18 October

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