Hearing for Fresno Shooting Spree suspect postponed

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The hearing for Kori Muhammad has been continued until June 1st because the psychological evaluation is not complete. (KFSN)

The hearing was postponed to June first because doctors haven't completed his psychiatric evaluation.

Shooting Spree suspect Kori Muhammad appeared in court with a new attorney on Friday. During the hearing, Muhammad was very vocal -- shouting and rolling his eyes.

Muhammad was also provided a new attorney because there was a conflict of interest with the previous one.

"The lawyers at the public defenders office had a conflict of interest, they weren't able to represent him. The second level of conflict which is two known associates had a similar conflict, they were unable to represent him and then they called me," said Richard Beshwate, Muhammad's attorney.

Muhammad is accused of killing 58-year-old David Jackson, 37-year-old Mark Gassett and 34-year-old Zackary Randalls, who was in his PG&E work truck nearby when he was gunned down. He is also accused of killing Motel 6 security guard, Carl Williams, a week prior to the shooting spree incident.

Police are labeling the shootings hate crimes as Muhammad claimed he was out to kill white men.
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