May 24, Cangzhou, Hebei. In a hacking incident in a middle school in Renqiu City, a man was taken away by the police on the spot. In the video, a student wearing a school uniform fell to the ground with blood stains beside him. According to media reports, the killer has been taken away by the police and is suspected of being mentally ill. At present, the case is being processed, and the details are subject to official notification.
Mental illness is to avoid death gold medal? Mental patients who cause harm when they cannot identify or control their behaviors are not criminally liable if they are identified through legal procedures, but their family members or guardians should be ordered to take strict care and medical treatment; when necessary, the government shall force them Medical. Intermittent mental patients who commit crimes when they are mentally normal should bear criminal responsibility. Intermittent psychosis is a legal concept, not a psychiatric concept. Medical psychosis can have different levels of remission: it is completely relieved and the psychiatric symptoms have completely disappeared before it can be considered normal and rated as full responsibility; although it is in remission, there are still residual symptoms or personality changes, mentality The state is not completely normal, and when harmful behavior occurs, its ability to identify or control can be significantly weakened, and it should be assessed as the ability to limit liability. If a mental patient who has not completely lost the ability to recognize or control his own behavior commits a crime, he shall bear criminal responsibility, but may be given a lighter or mitigated punishment. The incompetent persons specified in the Criminal Law refer to minors under the age of 14 and mental patients who are completely unable to recognize their behavior. Mental illness refers to serious mental illnesses recognized by medicine, excluding some relatively minor ones. Mental problems and abnormal psychology. Whether the mental patient bears legal responsibility depends on whether the person’s mental illness has been confirmed by the forensic doctor, and whether he was in a state of illness when he was acting, and whether he has completely lost the ability to identify and control his own behavior.