Crazy man who allegedly murdered UPS driver says he killed Donald Trump
On Monday, 38-year-old Justin Barkley told a judge he shot and killed President-elect Donald Trump outside a Walmart during a court appearance, the New York Daily News reported. According to the Daily News, Barkley allegedly shot and killed a UPS driver.
“I shot and killed Donald Trump purposely, intentionally and very proudly,” he said during his arraignment.
The Daily News added:
Ithaca police and Barkley engaged in an eight-hour standoff on Dec. 8 where they arrested him for fatally shooting 52-year-old William Schumacher and for firing shots at officers.
Barkley was indicted for second-degree murder and menacing a police officer.
Barkley also told the court that he recognized the difference between mistaking a person for Trump and saying that he killed him. Asked whether any evidence could suggest that he killed a person that was not Trump, he answered, “I hope not.”
He tried to enter a guilty plea, but Judge Rowley denied it after he made the Trump allegations.
“The judge would not accept his plea of guilty and instead ordered him to a 730 examination — an order directing psychiatrists to determine whether the defendant is capable of standing trial,” said James Baker, Barkley’s attorney.
The examination process, Baker added, could last until mid-February.
Barkley is set to return to court on January 6, the Daily News added.
Apparently, liberalism really is a mental disorder…
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