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Competency Hearing Delayed for Triad Shooting Suspect

Competency Hearing Delayed for Triad Shooting Suspect



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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- A judge has delayed the competency review hearing for De-Kieu Duy (Die Cue Doy).

Duy is accused of killing an A-T-and-T employee during a shooting rampage at the Triad Center back in 1999 after being denied access to a K-S-L reporter. Another person was also wounded.

Duy who also goes by the name of Lisa Duy was in court yesterday and ordered to return next week. The judge received the report from hospital doctors only minutes before the 29-year-old's competency hearing began. The hearing was postponed until February 13 to give everyone a chance to read it.

Duy is diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic. She's undergone nearly five years of treatment at the Utah State Hospital.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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