Recent stories on Oregon’s system for dealing with the criminally insane contained errors, flawed data

The Oregon State Hospital in Salem, which treats those who are found "guilty except for insanity." (The Enterprise/File)

Over the past year, the Malheur Enterprise and ProPublica published a series of stories about Oregon’s handling of people found “guilty except for insanity.” The reporting was prompted by the case of Anthony Montwheeler, an Oregon man who was charged in 2017 with killing two people shortly after his release by Oregon’s Psychiatric Security Review Board.

The stories prompted . . .