FNC Evening News for Friday, Nov 10, 2006
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(Dallas: Kim McIntyre) The release from a Texas mental hospital of Lisa Diaz, who drowned her 2 daughters in 2003 and was found not guilty due to insanity, examined; details given on the case and the prosecutors’ call for a reformed insanity defense; pictures shown of Diaz, 3 other women with similar cases: Andrea Yates, Dena Schlosser, Deanna Laney. [Diaz’s attorney Robert UDASHEN- comments on her mental state; says her treatment was successful.] [Collin County district attorney’s office Greg DAVIS- comments on her recovery; says the law should be changed.]
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