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A question of sanity and a murder trial

By Rhonda Chalfant, Contributing Columnist
Posted 11/18/20

In 1843, British citizen Daniel M’Naughton, under the delusion that British Prime Minister Robert Peel was conspiring against him, attempted to assassinate Peel, but instead shot and killed …

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