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Topic - Mitchell H. Hugonnet
Prosecution experts say Albrecht Muth should stand trial for killing his 91-year-old wife, concluding in court filings that the accused murderer is not insane but is a con artist delighted with his own publicity, who since being confined to a mental hospital has written a five-volume memoir and selected an actor to play him.
Mr. Hugonnet, however, stated in his evaluation that even the title of the memoir points to his diagnosis that Mr. Muth is a narcissist who "is not, and has never been, mentally ill."
"Mr. Muth built his entire life by constructing multiple and often simultaneous false narratives, tales within tales, like Russian nesting dolls," stated Mitchell H. Hugonnet, a Bethesda-based psychologist, in his analysis of Mr. Muth. "His well-developed skills as a con artist have been honed over at least three decades,"