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‘I would’ve thought guilty’: Victorian man unsure how to plead over brother’s samurai sword death

A Victorian man accused of killing his brother with a samurai sword and trying to murder a former classmate has told a court he isn’t sure how to plead.

Jonathon Dick appeared via video link over the alleged murder of his sibling David at Westfield Doncaster shopping centre in February 2017.

Police in Hosier Lane last year when Jonathan Dick was found.

Police in Hosier Lane last year when Jonathan Dick was found. Credit:Erin Pearson

He is also accused of trying to kill former classmate David Cammarata with a hammer in August 2018, along with stalking Mr Cammarata.

The 42-year-old initially told magistrate Donna Bakos he didn’t know how to plead.

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