A High Court murder trial involving two teenagers and a man
accused of killing Polish man Roman Skorek in Rotorua's
Kuirau Park has been put off until July.
William Karauna Edwards, 15, Leslie McKay Glen, 14, and Simon
Meka Herewini, 20, were to stand trial in the High Court at
All three have pleaded not guilty to a joint charge of
A fourth man Rawiri James Samuel, 21, pleaded guilty to Mr
Skorek's murder and was sentenced to life imprisonment with a
minimum non-parole period of 12 years on December 6.
This morning, Justice Lang remanded the trio to reappear on
July 1. Edwards and Herewini have been remanded in custody
and Glen is on bail.
The body of 64-year-old Mr Skorek was found in the geothermal
park on January 23 last year.
- Katie Holland of the Daily Post