A man accused of being involved in the killing of a man at Tetere in 2010, is still without a legal representative.
Isaac Para on Thursday said, he wants a lawyer to represent him and his matter was therefore adjourned to December 23, to give him time to secure a lawyer.
He is co-accused with Stanley Gitoa and Alphy Manedetea for the murder of a man on November 11, 2010.
Prosecution alleged that on November 11, 2010, the accused men attacked the deceased and then threw heavy bricks and timbers on his chest and ribs.
Earlier in the day, Prosecution alleged that Manedetea had an argument with the deceased in a three tonne truck while on their way from the Guadalcanal Plain Palm Oil Limited (GPPOL) area to Tetere.
It was alleged the men dropped off at Tetere where they went and bought beers from a bottle shop and drunk the beers in front of the bottle shop.
It was then alleged that Gitoa arrived at the scene and started attacking the deceased.
Manedetea, Para and others then allegedly joined in and attacked the deceased.
The men then allegedly left the deceased’s lifeless body lying where they attacked him and returned home to their village at Mbinu.
By ASSUMPTA BUCHANAN