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Topic - Richard Mcgregor-Johnson
McGregor-Johnson said he accepted that Hans Kristian had suffered a type of mental breakdown but that that did not completely absolve him from responsibility for failing to deal with his wife's death.
Judge Richard McGregor-Johnson said Wednesday that Hans Kristian, 49, did not do anything to contribute to his wife's death, which the judge said was probably caused by heart failure coupled with drug abuse.