NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — A forensic psychiatrist says a 21-year-old New Hampshire man on trial for killing a Mont Vernon woman and maiming her daughter did it in part for the thrill of killing.
Prosecutors’ first witness against 21-year-old Christopher Gribble is psychiatrist Albert Drukteinas, who took the stand on Monday.READ MORE: Watch Live @ 8:30 am: Baker Visits Newburyport School's Pool COVID-19 Testing Program
Gribble has acknowledged his role in the October 2009 death of Kimberly Cates and the maiming of 11-year-old Jaimie, but he is asking a jury to rule he was insane.
Drukteinas says Gribble’s actions were not the result of mental illness.READ MORE: 582 At Massachusetts Schools Test Positive For COVID-19 In Last 2 Weeks
Prosecutors are presenting their case in the trial of a New Hampshire man who has admitted being part of a deadly knife and machete attack on a Mont Vernon woman.MORE NEWS: Friday Marks First Anniversary Of Boston Biogen Conference Super Spreader Event
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