• November 14, 2013
Drunken Anger, or Fear for Life? Psychologist Can’t Say What Drove Killer

The psychologist who diagnosed Cassandra Knott as having severe post-traumatic stress disorder due to ugly domestic abuse inflicted by her husband says he can’t be absolutely sure it wasn’t drunken anger — not fear — that led Knott to stab in the chest the man she still claims to love.

Under cross-examination by the Crown at Knott’s murder trial Wednesday, Dr. David Kolton said he can’t be “100 per cent certain” that Knott didn’t stab Orzias Joram Knott, 34, out of intoxication-fuelled anger, as prosecutors allege she did.

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