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Alleged Kuwaiti assailant pleads insanity

A Kuwaiti criminal court Wednesday adjourned the trial of a Kuwaiti policeman who allegedly fired on and wounded two U.S. soldiers last November after a psychiatrist testified the policeman was mentally ill. A psychiatrist had testified that Khaled Massir al Shamri was hesitant to open fire and had asked a friend to take him home before he committed the crime. “He was in a difficult psychological state and did not know what was happening around him,” the psychiatrist said. Al Shamri’s lawyer, Nawwaf Sari al Matiri, told the court his client was insane and unaware of his behavior most of the time. Full Story

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