An inquest into the stabbing death of Sydney man Anthony Cawsey has begun with a man previously charged with his murder expected to give evidence.
A man previously charged over the unsolved homicide of a Sydney man stabbed to death in Centennial Park eight years ago is expected to give evidence at a coronial inquest.
The body of 37-year-old Anthony Cawsey was found lying face down, with a single stab wound to the chest, on the banks of Busby Pond in September 2009.
Moses Kellie, who was living homeless in the park at the time, was charged with Mr Cawsey’s murder in 2015, but a year later the NSW Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions decided not to continue with the case.
Mr Kellie is expected to give evidence at the three-day inquest into Mr Cawsey’s death at the NSW Coroner’s Court in Glebe which started on Monday.