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Topic - Hemy Neuman
A judge has denied a request for a new trial from a man found guilty but mentally ill in a fatal shooting outside a suburban Atlanta preschool.
A man found guilty but mentally ill in a fatal shooting outside a suburban Atlanta preschool deserves a new trial because a key prosecution witness has since been convicted of lying at his trial, his lawyer argued Tuesday.
A corporate engineer was found guilty but mentally ill Thursday in the 2010 shooting death of a father who had just dropped his toddler off at day care in suburban Atlanta.
But he said her possible influence on Neuman shouldn't take away from the crime that he committed.
Neuman told mental health examiners he was visited by a demon whose voice sounded like Barry White and an angel who looked like Olivia Newton-John.