Guy accused in Jan. 6 split-in ‘may have been insane’ a working day previously

A New York person who allegedly assaulted an officer all through the Jan. 6 split-in at the…

A New York person who allegedly assaulted an officer all through the Jan. 6 split-in at the U.S. Capitol is hospitalized with “a selection of psychological wellbeing ailments” and attempted suicide twice this yr, according to a federal magistrate handling a separate case.

That case, involving Jonathan Munafo’s alleged “interstate” threats against an crisis dispatcher in Calhoun County, is staying read on the west side of the condition.

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U.S. Magistrate Judge Ray Kent dedicated Munafo for a psychological examination, producing Tuesday “there is realistic bring about to believe that that the defendant could presently be struggling from a psychological disease or defect rendering him mentally incompetent” and that he “might have been insane at the time of the offense.”

The Calhoun County incident took area the working day prior to the Jan. 6 insurrection.