Man appears in London court over soldier's killing By Laura Smith-Spark and Jonathan Wald, CNNUpdated 12:02 PM ET, Thu May 30, 2013A man contemplates the scene where a British soldier was murdered in Woolwich, London; flowers have been laid in the street.Story highlightsMichael Adebowale will have a bail hearing Monday, the court saysHe appears, flanked by police officers, at Westminster Magistrates' Court in LondonHe's charged with murder and unlawful possession of a firearm, police sayA 28-year-old suspect remains under arrest at a London hospitalA 22-year-old man appeared in court Thursday after he was charged with murder in the death of British soldier Lee Rigby in London last week. Flanked by two police officers, Michael Adebowale spoke to confirm his name, his address and that he was aware of the charges against him.Adebowale is also charged with unlawful possession of a firearm, a Dutch revolver, the Metropolitan Police said Wednesday.His hands were cuffed in front of him and he wore a gray long-sleeved shirt and white trousers for the brief appearance at Westminster Magistrates' Court.Addressing Adebowale, Chief Magistrate Howard Riddle said that he could sit rather than stand because he was injured.Adebowale appeared to walk uncomfortably and his right hand was wrapped in what could have been a medical dressing.He was discharged from a hospital Tuesday and has been held in custody since at a police station.The magistrate referred Adebowale's case to a higher court -- the Old Bailey in London, also known as the Central Criminal Court -- where he will have a bail hearing June 3 and a further preliminary hearing June 28."There is sufficient evidence to prosecute Michael Adebowale and it is in the public interest to do so," said Sue Hemming, head of the Crown Prosecution Service's Special Crime and Counter-Terrorism Division.A 28-year-old suspect remains under arrest at a London hospital. He has been identified by family, friends and acquaintances as Michael Adebolajo.In all, 10 people have been arrested in connection with the killing. Two were released without charges, while six others have been freed on bail -- the most recent a 50-year-old man arrested Monday night on suspicion of conspiracy to murder.The brutal killing of Rigby, who had served as an infantryman in Afghanistan and Cyprus, in the southeast London district of Woolwich shocked people across the United Kingdom. He was run over by a car and then stabbed in a daylight attack near the barracks where he was based. A post mortem examination found that the soldier's cause of death was from "multiple incised wounds," police said Wednesday. An inquest into his death is due to open Friday.Two men were shot and injured after armed police were called to the scene May 22. Rigby was married and had a 2-year-old son. 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