Steve’s case is to be discussed in a closed court hearing today Tuesday 23rd April. No member of his family or the public are allowed to attend and his solicitor has had only a very short time to prepare for this hearing, after first being informed that even they would not be allowed to attend! Supporters do not know if this is a bail hearing, who has called for the court hearing, who will be in attendance, or what evidence will be presented against him. Suspicion is mounting that he will continue to be held on remand and his court date will be set back in order for authorities to request further reports about his mental health, and buy time for the police to cobble together some evidence against him that shows he presents some kind of risk. This is a very worrying development and demonstrates the extent to which the prosecution have decided he is already guilty. Family are still concerned for Steve’s health as the prison authorities do not seem to understand the effect all of the stress is having on his heart condition. They are extremely concerned that his medication is not being administered properly,and have still not been allowed to visit him in prison.