By Australian Associated Press
Published: 05:39 GMT, 24 November 2020 | Updated: 05:39 GMT, 24 November 2020
A female police officer has described the 'very bad situation' she came across after seeing large amounts of blood following a Sydney samurai sword death, a jury has heard.
Constable Amanda Sillis had just arrived at the road in Forest Lodge on August 10, 2018, where Jett McKee's head had been sliced open in broad daylight.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Before getting out of the car she could already observe a significant amount of blood loss causing her to turn to her two colleagues and say: 'This is a very bad situation'.
The bloody scene (pictured) was described in court by constable Amanda Sillis
Hannah Quinn (pictured right), 26, and Blake Davis (pictured left), 31, leave the NSW Supreme Court in Darlinghurst, Sydney, Friday, November 20
The alleged weapon (pictured) used in the broad daylight