A Sunshine Coast groom-to-be who stabbed his brother to death in an alleged drunken “fit of rage” three days before he was set to be married has pleaded not guilty to murder.
- Bernard Robbins stabbed his brother seven times, but is pleading not guilty to murder
- The court heard the men had been drinking before a fight broke out
- The jury was played body cam vision of Bernard Robbins being arrested
Bernard John Robbins, 59, is on trial in the Supreme Court in Brisbane, accused of murdering Gregory Kenneth Robbins, 61, at his Buderim unit in June 2019.
On Tuesday the court heard Greg Robbins had just arrived in Queensland from Western Australia to attend his younger brother’s wedding, which was due to go ahead later that week.