While a court of law continues to hear a murder case involving an Army Sergeant and his wife, a judge is permitting the accused to attend ski instructor courses in Europe.
According to BT, Sergeant Emile Cilliers, is accused of attempting to murder his wife by sabotaging her parachute while sky diving. His wife suffered serious injuries but survived the ordeal that occured near Netheravon Airfield in Wiltshire. It’s the second count of attempted murder Emile Cilliers is currently facing. The first instance allegedly occurred roughly a year ago and involved Cilliers altering a “gas fitting.”
He’s plead not guilty to all the charges levied against him thus far. The defendant’s lawyer has since proposed that his client be allowed to attend “a ski leader’s course in Bavaria.” But he didn’t stop there. The lawyer then requested his client be granted the opportunity to attend a second instructor course in Austria. The judge granted the defendant the ability to attend the courses as long as the army and police are in possession of his passport.
Find the entire BT article here: Accused army sergeant has bail conditions amended so he can go skiing