A father is accused of torturing his seven-month-old kid with a ‘offensive object’ for several months before he and the boy’s mother reportedly murdered him.
Reinhardt Bosch, a 33-year-old juvenile care worker from South Africa, and Noemi Kondacs, a 22-year-old student from Hungary, appeared in Brisbane Magistrates Court via video connection on Friday after being charged with murder and torture.
Thursday around 6:45 a.m., paramedics sent police to a residence on Mount Samson Road in Yugar, north of Brisbane, after discovering an unresponsive youngster.
Friday on ABC radio, Queensland Police Commissioner Katarina Carroll stated, “Getting a brief from my officers, it was the most horrifying and confronting scene a police officer could ever witness.
Reinhardt Bosch, 33, and Noemi Kondacs, 22, appeared in Brisbane Magistrates Court via video link on Friday after being charged with one count of murder and torture each.
The parents, who were reportedly profoundly devout, were hauled into arrest at the spot where the murdered infant was discovered, according to authorities.
Thursday’s statement by Detective Inspector David Jackman stated, “The investigations discovered injuries to the infant that are sufficient for us to charge murder.”
Det. Insp. Jackman stated that Bosch made the first call to paramedics.
The couple and their address were not previously known to police.
Thursday at 6:06 a.m., paramedics sent police to a residence on Mount Samson Road in Yugar, north of Brisbane, where they discovered an unresponsive youngster.
Officers discovered a ‘horrendous and confronting scene’ at the residence, according to Katarina Carroll, the commissioner of police in Queensland.
Mark Platt of Sun and Co Lawyers defended the co-defendants during their brief court appearances, and he stated that other counsel is being sought for Kondacs.
The only time Bosch and Kondacs talked was when the judge inquired if they could hear him.
Bosch is now charged with assault resulting in bodily injury.
As the Magistrates Court lacks the authority to hear bail applications for murder charges, their cases have been postponed until December 5