After 20 years in a state hospital in Oregon, a murder suspect has finally admitted that he was pretending to be mentally ill to avoid prison time. No longer adjudicated mentally ill, Tony Montwheeler was released, despite professionals’ warnings. Now, Montwheeler is charged with the kidnapping and murder of his ex-wife and could face the death penalty. Read more.
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