Attorneys say Montwheeler was insane at the time of crimes, so death penalty can’t apply

Malheur County District Attorney Dave Goldthorpe wrote in recent court documents that the final sentence and mental state of Anthony Montwheeler should be decided by a jury. (The Enterprise/File).

VALE – Anthony Montwheeler’s lawyers want the judge presiding over his case to find he was insane two years ago at the time of two murders he is accused of committing and should not be sentenced . . .

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