One of the four people accused of murdering Perth father-of-two David Blenkinsopp has claimed the State has failed to produce any evidence against him.
Gary David Young, Tamara Kathleen Broadbent, Damien Paul Kosick and Kym Steven Foster appeared in the Supreme Court this morning charged over the murder of Mr Blenkinsopp, whose body was found buried in bushland in Pinjar in March last year.
During a status conference this morning, Mr Young, who appeared by video link from Eastern Goldfields Regional Prison, said it was his eighth court appearance and he claimed the State had failed to produce any evidence against him in the 12 months since he was charged.
He also told the court he was yet to plead to the charge.
"(The State) has given me no paperwork whatsoever... I want the State to put up or shut up," he told the court.
Mr Young and his three co-accused are expected to stand trial over Mr Blenkinsopp's murder in July.The four are expected to reappear in court for another status conference in June.
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