A sessions court is expected to deliver its judgement in the case on alleged serial killer Ravindra Kantrole, famously known as the ’Beer Man’ on June 27.
The Sewree sessions court will deliver its judgement in one of the three murder cases registered against Kantrole.
Kantrole was arrested on February 5, 2007 for allegedly murdering three of the seven men found dead in south Mumbai under mysterious circumstances between October 2006 and February 2007.
"The prosecution had no substantial evidence or witness against Kantrole except the testimony of one witness-assistant chemical analyser Sunny Joseph of Kalina’s Forensic Science Laboratory," Kantrole’s lawyer Sushan Kunjuraman told PTI.
Joseph had performed scientific tests on Kantrole.
However, Joseph in his final psychological evaluation report concluded that the polygraph and brain-mapping tests did not show Kantrole’s involvement in the case.
Kunjuraman further said that Kantrole has been falsely implicated in all the three cases.