The trial against Christakis Thoma, who killed three young men in November last year was postponed to June 30, Limassol criminal court decided on Monday.
This was after Thoma’s defence requested time to study new evidence and to reach an agreement with prosecution as to what both sides would accept as facts of the case to limit the number of witnesses.
Thoma, aged 30 stabbed brothers Paraschos and Constantinos Ntorzis, aged 19 and 21 and Emilios Miltiadous, 24 to death on November 24 last year on a side street off busy Anexartisias street.
Police had gone on a manhunt to find him and was caught a few days afterwards.
He confessed to the murder saying he had acted out of blind rage as they had gotten into an argument.