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His father had died while abroad and his mother had been declared insane for 12 months and confined to the house.
He was declared insane after stabbing and strangling his girlfriend Jane Kelly, 22, and was sent to the State Hospital at Carstairs indefinitely.
Twinkly-eyed Dench is flawless, capturing the isolation and despair of her overweight, cantankerous ruler ("Everyone I've really loved has died and I just go on and on," she sobs) as well as Victoria's steely resolve when her son threatens to seize the throne by having her declared insane.
32 YEARS AGO (1984) Our front page reports on the news that Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe, who killed and mutilated 13 women, had been declared insane.
Voters must be Iranian citizens aged 18 or over, and not have been declared insane.
he said, mentioning that there are also no dearth of instances when a epileptic may be declared insane and subjected to inhuman attitude including torture.
While those declared insane or incompetent by authority in the Philippines, must submit a declaration of proper authority that the person is no longer insane or incompetent.
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.
When he meets a patient who claims to be a time traveller, he is left with a stark choice: to believe in his patient's power and try to save his family, or risk being declared insane.