Former Jetstar pilot Greg Lynn still in control after alleged murders of Russell Hill and Carol Clay
Seated behind protective glass and guarded by two burly guards, former Jetstar pilot Greg Lynn still looks like a man in control of his own destination.
Lynn, 56, fronted a preliminary hearing at the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday, which at its conclusion next week could see him sent to trial at the Supreme Court of Victoria.
Lynn is accused of murdering Russell Hill, 74, and Carol Clay, 73, within rugged bushland at the Wonnangatta Valley in the Victorian Alps in March, 2020.
Dressed smartly in a suit and perfectly woven tie, Lynn gazed upon those in the court knowing full well he is being studied by court sketch artists.
Seated directly across from his glass cage, solicitor Chris McLennan gave him a confident wink.
Lynn is being defended in court by Melbourne barrister Dermot Dann, KC, who has represented some of the most high-profile accused persons Melbourne has seen.
His supportive flight attendant wife Melanie Lynn has been noticeably absent from the Melbourne courtroom, instead tuning into a videolink that appears on a television screen that can be seen by Lynn.
Mrs Lynn keeps her camera switched off, leaving Lynn to gaze only upon his wife’s name.
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