Judge: Sha incompetent for trial in Purdue dorm room murder
New details emerge, even among redacted reports from doctors, about delusions for former Purdue student accused of stabbing his roommate to death in McCutcheon Hall
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JUDGE: SHA INCOMPETENT FOR TRIAL IN PURDUE DORM ROOM MURDER
Ji Min Sha, a former Purdue student accused of stabbing his McCutcheon Hall roommate to death in October, is not competent to stand trial, a Tippecanoe County judge ruled Monday.
The order, assigning Sha to the state’s Division of Mental Health and Addiction, came two weeks after a competency hearing, where two court-appointed doctors said the 22-year-old likely suffers from schizophrenia and has grandiose delusions that he was a CIA operative at the time of roommate Verun Chheda’s death.
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