Suspect in Boulder Grocery Store Shooting Ruled Incompetent to Stand Trial, But That Might Change
By TTAG Contributor
By Colleen Slevn, AP
A judge ruled Friday that a man charged with killing 10 people at a Colorado supermarket last year is still mentally incompetent to stand trial, further delaying court proceedings in the case.
But the judge also said that assessment could change soon.
Experts at the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo have said there is a substantial probability that Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, 22, can be restored to competency within the “reasonable future” and remain competent by taking medications, Judge Ingrid Bakke said during a brief hearing.
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