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B.C. man who says he killed to save souls is found not criminally responsible

B.C. man who says he killed to save souls is found not criminally responsible
From CTV - August 11, 2017

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. - A man who confessed to killing the house manager at an addiction treatment centre New Westminster, B.C., has been found not criminally responsible for the death because of a mental disorder.

Steven Rogers was charged with second-degree murder shortly after 38-year-old Jason Collett was killed with a hammer and knife on Sept. 16, 2014.

Three psychiatrists gave evidence at his B.C. Supreme Court trial in New Westminster in February that Rogers was in a state of psychosis when he killed Collett because of underlying mental disorder.

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