COLORADO SPRINGS — A decider found Thursday morning that indicted Planned Parenthood shooter Robert Lewis Dear Jr. stays amateurish to mount trial.
Thursday’s conference was a initial given Fourth Judicial District Chief Judge Gilbert Martinez found in May that Dear is not mentally able of participating in and bargain a box opposite him. Martinez supposed psychologists’ conclusions that Dear suffers from a delusional commotion and that his delusions — that he has hold for decades — embody that sovereign agents are out to get him.
Dear was not benefaction for Thursday’s hearing, though is scheduled to attend a motions conference on Nov. 17 to again examination his competency. One of his open defenders pronounced Dear is not efficient to rivet in a motions hearing.
Martinez also voiced concerns about holding Dear from the Colorado Mental Health Institute during Pueblo since it could meddle with his treatment. There is no calendar for when that routine will be complete.
Late final month, Dear’s attorneys filed a suit seeking a justice to bar him from hit with a news media while during a state sanatorium in Pueblo.
Dear faces 179 depends — including 8 charges of first-degree murder — for a Nov. 27 shootings during a Colorado Springs clinic.
The 58-year-old is indicted of opening glow in a clinic’s parking lot before conflict inside with mixed guns. Before a five-hour deadlock was over, 3 people were passed and 9 others were ecstatic to a sanatorium with gunshot wounds.