Did Stroke Make Murder Suspect Violent? #mondayblogs #detectives

This young reporter digs deeper, then shares her findings and sources with her readers. She has become one of my favorite investigative journalists. And she’s 11 years old.

Orange Street News

May 2, 2016

By Hilde Kate Lysiak

On April 25 Kenneth Wochley was charged with murder for the death of his wife Anne Wochley.

But friends of the 75-year old retired educator told the Orange Street News that he was to sick too know the difference between right and wrong after suffering a bad stroke one week before the April 2nd tragedy that seriously changed his personality.

“He was very sick and had no idea what he was doing,” a friend of Wochley told the Orange Street News.

Kenneth Wochley is charged with criminal homicide which means the government believes he “intentionally, knowingly, recklessly, or negligently caused the death of Anne Wochley.”

A medical expert interviewed by the OSN supported the idea that it is possible that a stroke can change a non-violent person into a violent person depending on where the stroke happened.

“It depends on the part of…

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