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with experts predicting that around 10, where he allegedly confessed to killing his wifeDeniger also faced a felony tampering charge for allegedly washing off the knife police believe was used in the stabbingPsychologist testifiesThe lone witness in Friday’s bench trial was forensic psychologist Lynne Sullivan from the State Hospital who evaluated Deniger multiple times to determine his competency to stand trial and his criminal responsibilitySullivan said she diagnosed Deniger with schizo-affective disorder/bipolar type and antisocial personality traits The latter condition can affect a person’s ability to control and understand their conduct she saidSullivan said that in her opinion Deniger’s reported conduct around the time of the alleged offenses "was clearly influenced by his psychosis""He does believe and did believe and this is a fairly chronic belief of his that the Holy Ghost and God and a variety of other angels and spirits Jesus various forms of Jesus talk to him and control his behavior or command him to engage in certain behavior that he can’t resist" she said Prosecutor Cherie Clark an assistant Cass County state’s attorney said the state hired its own expert psychologist from Florida who also found Deniger lacked criminal responsibilityDeniger has been at the State Hospital since September after McCullough ordered him to spend up to 90 days there until he was fit to proceed with the case The judge extended Deniger’s treatment by another 90 days in December at the joint request of the prosecution and defenseSullivan said when she first evaluated Deniger in April 2012 he was "acutely psychotic with paranoid and grandiose delusions similar to those that he’s had for many years"As The Forum has previously reported Deniger’s criminal history includes several cases in which his mental competency came into play In a 2001 carjacking case in Seattle he was acquitted by reason of insanity and committed to a mental hospital A harassment charge filed in 2008 in Seattle also was dismissed for reason of incompetency’I’m feeling pressured’Deniger’s bench trial almost didn’t happenThe afternoon began with a hearing on his fitness to proceed Sullivan said Deniger’s behavior had "calmed considerably" with medication and that while he still talked about his delusions "those are much more under control"However she also noted that in recent weeks Deniger had sent letters containing "a great deal of his usual delusional material" to McCullough and the State Hospital’s superintendent threatening to kill them unless he received large sums of moneySullivan said she believed Deniger was competent to stand trial "although it is a very shaky competency" She recommended the court proceedings go "as fast as possible" because the longer they went the more "cognitive slippage" Deniger would experienceMcCullough found Deniger fit to proceed and moved on to a hearing on a motion to withdraw by Deniger’s counselPublic defender Gordon Dexheimer said he met with Deniger that morning in jail and that Deniger said he wanted Dexheimer and Nicholas Thornton to continue as his attorneysBut when McCullough asked Deniger if that was the case Deniger said the Holy Spirit and Jesus were commanding him to have a jury trial"I’m feeling pressured and actually I’d like more time at the hospital to think about this" Deniger said "It’s too serious"Deniger said he didn’t want to keep his public defenders but McCullough denied the motion to withdrawDeniger then changed his mind about waiving his preliminary hearing forcing the prosecution to call Fargo police Detective Mark Voigtschild to testify about the case including Deniger’s alleged confession McCullough found probable cause for the case to proceed and Deniger pleaded not guilty to the two chargesMcCullough then took a 15-minute break and when the parties returned Deniger agreed to a bench trialThornton declined to comment afterward because the case is pendingKarena Magnuson the daughter of Kathye Deniger said by phone Friday that she was "kind of in shock" after learning of the trial’s outcome"I’m not the judge I’m not the doctor I’m not any of that so I really don’t have any say in what (Deniger’s) state is" she said"Ninety days from now I’ll know like everybody else" she saidThe ongoing strike by the nation’s oil workers has started to deal heavy blows on FCT as long queues have become very visible at filling stations around the Federal Capital Territory Abuja The strike which commenced on Monday chiefly resulted from the withdrawal of the operating licence of the NNPC/Department of Petroleum Resources’ closed pension scheme There are however other demands put forward by the protesting workers especially with regard to the ‘resuscitation’ of some ‘dead’ refineries in the country Our correspondent who went round the capital city of Abuja on Thursday afternoon observed the ongoing panic buying that has resulted to unimaginable queues and struggles at filling stations At the Astoma filling station by Banex Bridge motorists were involved in physical scuffle in an attempt to manipulate their ways into the station Black market dealers were stationed along the roads as 10 litres now go for N2’500 with an additional N200 bribe Also at the Forte Oil filling station opposite British Embassy the attendants acting on the instruction by their Managers shut motorists out of the station and served people who bribed their ways into the station A motorist could only be allowed into the station with the payment of N500 At the AP filling station opposite Transcorp Hilton fuel attendants were engaged in title tattle as the station was completely locked with ‘’no fuel’ sign boldly placed by the main road DailyPost observed that most filling stations in the capital city have remained shut Our reporter equally observed that search for the product by motorist has obstructed the flow of traffic in the city centre A motorist simply identified as James Onje told our correspondent that if the situation continues till Sunday most residents of Abuja may drop their vehicles at home as from Monday He lamented the incessant strike actions in the country blaming it on bad leadership ‘’He said very soon Police and the Army will go on strike Nothing is really working for us in this country’’ A Manager of a filling station who pleaded anonymity said the strike action resulted from long years of neglect of the oil sector and that it was better Nigerians suffer it once and for all He said ‘’ you see this strike is a necessary evil Our government only listens to strike Anything like dialogue does not work down here How can a responsible government allow this to happen meanwhile it is embarking on a campaign to return in 2015 This is sad’’ Meanwhile the oil workers have continued to threaten that unless government responds urgently to their very useful demands there will be no retreat in their action The Lagos Zonal Chairman NUPENG Alhaji Tokunbo Korodo has told newsmen that the products at most filling stations were from private tank farms except for reserves from some NNPC partially or fully-run tank farms He said tank farms with any form of collaboration with the NNPC were also not loading He was also quick to add that meetings were still ongoing with the NNPC management to resolve the problem Korodo further threatened that if the ongoing dialogues fails to yield any positive result the unions may call for solidarity from all union members in the industry hence a total shutdown of industry operations “We want to make this clear It is not Nigerians that are the problems We don’t want to unnecessarily punish Nigerians The point is that if the NNPC continues to neglect our demands we will then call for solidarity support and ground all operations” Also speaking the Chairman DPR branch of PENGASSAN Mr Amba Ndoma-Egba said there was no going back on the strike asserting that “All NNPC/DPR facilities nationwide have been shut including the offices” He further affirmed that “This action will continue until all our demands are met This action by these unions will soon cause fuel scarcity as the DPR is in charge of clearing of vessels that bring imported petroleum products into the country “We also gathered that the NNPC unions have also asked their members in all the refineries and the PPMC depots nationwide to down tools which has also compounded the problem” In the gut, Noah has been among DeVos’ many critics on late night." 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