Rurik Jutting, the 29-year-old banker charged with the murder of two women in Hong Kong, has been found fit to stand trial. The Briton is accused of killing Sumarti Ningsih and Seneng Mujiasi, who were found dead in his flat November 1. The Indonesian women were in Hong Kong as domestic workers but were working illegally in the sex trade. Jutting was remanded into custody earlier this month and referred for psychiatric testing. Judge Bina Chainrai ruled he is mentally fit to stand trial after he underwent two weeks of tests. The case was adjourned until 6 July 2015, at the request of the prosecution.