Murder suspect in Abbotsford school stabbing found unfit to stand trial

The B.C. Review Board has found the man accused of fatally stabbing a teenage girl in an Abbotsford high school unfit to stand trial, according to his lawyer.

Gabriel Klein was charged with 2nd-degree murder and aggravated assault

Gabriel Klein, captured on camera at an undisclosed location in November 2016 hours before allegedly stabbing two female students at a high school in Abbotsford, B.C. Klein faces charges of second-degree murder and aggravated assault. (IHIT/Twitter)

The B.C. Review Board has found the man accused of fatally stabbing a teenage girl in an Abbotsford high school unfit to stand trial, according to his lawyer.

Martin Peters said his client Gabriel Klein has been remanded and is being held in custody at the Colony Farm Forensic Psychiatric Hospital.

He said he does not know when the board will review again but that Klein needs to be moved to another medication treatment and that will take some time.

Klein was charged with second-degree murder and aggravated assault in connection the stabbing at Abbotsford Secondary School in Nov. 2016.

A 13-year-old girl was stabbed to death and a 14-year-old girl was wounded.

In April, a B.C. Supreme Court justice found him unfit to stand trial.