declared insane

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Three years later Stagg would be declared insane and sent to Broadmoor.
His twin Ron, who served most of his time in Broadmoor after he was declared insane, died in 1995 of a heart attack.
The public have been warned not to approach Bonner, 47, who was declared insane after the siege at a factory in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, in 1994.
He served a total of 42 years in prison for a variety of crimes -- though never murder -- and was sent to psychiatric facilities several times after being declared insane.
The crux of the matter is that Lucan is trying to have his wife Veronica (Catherine McCormack) declared insane so he can get custody of their children.
But his biggest concern was being declared insane, a fate he said would be "worse than death.
The controversial decision saw the court dismissing an appeal from the prosecution to have Breivik declared insane, instead sentencing him to 21 years with a minimum term of ten years.
If declared insane, he will be the sole patient of a psychiatric ward built especially for him at the prison, with 17 staff on hand to treat him, the report said.
Ashworth, where Brady has been detained since he was declared insane, confirmed she was not employed by the hospital or by the independent mental health advocacy service provided there.
If declared insane, he would be committed to a mental institution for as long as he's considered sick and dangerous to others.