Floyd Palmer, 52, the suspect in the World Changers Church shooting
ATLANTA -- A court appearance for the man accused of gunning down a volunteer during a prayer service at World Changers Church International has been postponed.
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A preliminary hearing for Floyd Palmer was scheduled for Thursday morning. It is now set for Friday.
Police say Palmer shot 39-year-old Greg McDowell to death at the Fulton County megachurch in October. McDowell was killed as he led a prayer group. No one else was hurt.
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Police records show Palmer was charged more than a decade ago with a shooting outside a Maryland mosque. Palmer was committed to a psychiatric hospital in 2004 after pleading not criminally responsible to the mosque shooting.
Drew Findling, Palmer's lawyer, has said his client's mental competency must be evaluated as the criminal case against him moves forward.