STUART, Fla. (AP) – A forensic psychologist says a former college student believed he was “half-dog, half-man” when he fatally attacked a man and woman at their home and was found biting one of their faces.
Well there is something you don’t read every day I’m betting.
The Palm Beach Post reports Dr. Phillip Resnick made the conclusion in a 38-page mental-health report released this week by the Martin County State Attorney’s Office.
It took 38 pages to determine that this worthy was crazy. Money and time well spent!
Investigators say they found Austin Harrouff, now 22, biting John Stevens’ face while making growling noises on Aug. 15, 2016.
I don’t know about guy readers, but if I ran across a guy growling and eating some one’s face, I don’t think I would need a 38 page report from a shrink to tell me this worthy is a few rounds short of a full magazine.
Resnick’s report says the fact that Harrouff persisted in biting Stevens “in the presence of police officers, in spite of threats of being shot, being tased and receiving multiple kicks to the head, suggests that Mr. Harrouff was actively psychotic.”
Brilliant insight Doctor Resnick! Award this man the Nobel Prize in nutcase identification!
Harrouff’s attorneys are preparing an insanity defense for the Nov. 4 trial.
I can tell already they have a compelling argument.