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Source: Salt Lake Tribune
October 14, 2012
WHAT A POS
What a POS
I realize this makes me "odd", but every time I've seen this headline over the last 24 hours I can only think about one thing: someone in the ME's office counted 111--not 110, not 112, but 111--stab wounds.
Being in a dangerous delusional state he should have been committed.
A perfect example of a psyco beating the system even with all the indicators listed. No excuse! Are they going to claim mental illness again and release him when the psyco ward gets full? This psycho needs to be locked away for life...
The system permitted this extremely dangerous mentally ill man to continue endangering himself and others for some time. Incident after incident. What went wrong in Utah?
"Weston was charged in October 2010 with misdemeanors after he allegedly shoved his mother and punched two police officers as they tried to remove him from a 7-Eleven where he had been loitering.
In August, Weston allegedly punched one University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute employee in the face, and another in the ears.
In September he swallowed a rock and poured scalding water down his throat, after which he was admitted as a "psych patient" at LDS hospital. There, he jumped through a window into a nurses station and injured two employees trying to restrain him, according to a police report.
Later in the month, Weston was arrested again for allegedly hitting his father and biting a woman who was in his Millcreek area home."
Mentally ill or not, HE STILL STABBED HIS GRANDMOTHER 111 TIMES!!!!!!!!!!
Mentally ill? Imagine that!
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