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A drug addict who bludgeoned his mother and a young relative to death as they attempted to escape his ice-fuelled rage has been jailed for at least 30 years.

Dressed in prison greens, Lance Rhodes, 36, did not appear to react as he was handed a maximum of 40 years in jail in the NSW Supreme Court on Friday.

He continued to stab her as she lay helpless on the ground. Rhodes then picked up a 28-kilogram concrete statue and repeatedly hit her on the head with it, smashing her skull.

Rhodes returned to the home, grabbed a young child relative by the neck of his shirt and stabbed him in the chest before bashing his head against a wall.

Justice Stephen Campbell said Rhodes was in the grip of an “ice-induced psychosis” when the “terrible events” of September 8, 2015 unfolded.

After consuming a cocktail of substances, Rhodes stabbed his mother Linda Adams, 63, in the back as she tried to run away from him after he grabbed a large knife from the kitchen of the Lalor Park home they shared.

The boy managed to escape, but Rhodes caught up with him outside and bludgeoned him to death with a stone.

“Die, just fucking die, I don’t care,” Rhodes was heard to say.

Covered in blood, Rhodes attempted to attack another woman, Annabelle Saludo , by getting into her car. He hit the windows, yelled “F—ing open up” and then ran after the car and tried to lift it as the woman attempted to escape.

When Senior Constable Steve Lewis arrived, Rhodes picked up a water meter cover and walked towards him, saying, “Let’s go”.

Ms Adams’ body was found only two metres from the front door of her neighbour’s home. The boy’s body was found near a tree in the yard of the home he had fled.

Justice Campbell said “doubtless this offending would never have occurred” but for Rhodes’ self-induced intoxication

.The child, who can not be named for legal reasons, who was killed.

The court heard that shortly before the killings, Rhodes had returned to his home and said, “We’re going to have some fun tonight”.

“They are in the house … they are in the house … don’t worry I’ll get rid of them,” he was later heard saying.

While Justice Campbell accepted that the attack commenced “impulsively”, he said Rhodes had persisted with it and it was “accompanied by determination”.

The court heard Rhodes had a troubled childhood and started using cannabis when he was a teenager before moving onto heroin, speed and ice.

Before the double murder, he had been consuming ice for nine months.

Rhodes told police he could not remember killing his mother and the child and repeatedly said he was unwell.

“I know I clicked it. I’m insane. I need real professional help,” Rhodes told police in an interview. “I was in a different world.

“Everything was spacey. It was like being in a dark cloud.”

A drug addict who bludgeoned his mother and a young relative to death as they attempted to escape his ice-fuelled rage has been jailed for at least 30 years.

Dressed in prison greens, Lance Rhodes, 36, did not appear to react as he was handed a maximum of 40 years in jail in the NSW Supreme Court on Friday.

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Justice Stephen Campbell said Rhodes was in the grip of an “ice-induced psychosis” when the “terrible events” of September 8, 2015 unfolded.

After consuming a cocktail of substances, Rhodes stabbed his mother Linda Adams, 63, in the back as she tried to run away from him after he grabbed a large knife from the kitchen of the Lalor Park home they shared.

He continued to stab her as she lay helpless on the ground. Rhodes then picked up a 28-kilogram concrete statue and repeatedly hit her on the head with it, smashing her skull.

Rhodes returned to the home, grabbed a young child relative by the neck of his shirt and stabbed him in the chest before bashing his head against a wall.

Lance Rhodes at the crime scene, on the night he was arrested.

Lance Rhodes at the crime scene, on the night he was arrestedPhoto: TNV

Covered in blood, Rhodes attempted to attack another woman, Annabelle Saludo , by getting into her car. He hit the windows, yelled “F—ing open up” and then ran after the car and tried to lift it as the woman attempted to escape.

When Senior Constable Steve Lewis arrived, Rhodes picked up a water meter cover and walked towards him, saying, “Let’s go”.

Ms Adams’ body was found only two metres from the front door of her neighbour’s home. The boy’s body was found near a tree in the yard of the home he had fled.

Justice Campbell said “doubtless this offending would never have occurred” but for Rhodes’ self-induced intoxication.

The court heard that shortly before the killings, Rhodes had returned to his home and said, “We’re going to have some fun tonight”.

“They are in the house … they are in the house … don’t worry I’ll get rid of them,” he was later heard saying.

While Justice Campbell accepted that the attack commenced “impulsively”, he said Rhodes had persisted with it and it was “accompanied by determination”.

The court heard Rhodes had a troubled childhood and started using cannabis when he was a teenager before moving onto heroin, speed and ice.

Before the double murder, he had been consuming ice for nine months.

Rhodes told police he could not remember killing his mother and the child and repeatedly said he was unwell.

“I know I clicked it. I’m insane. I need real professional help,” Rhodes told police in an interview. “I was in a different world.

“Everything was spacey. It was like being in a dark cloud.”

But Justice Campbell was sceptical that Rhodes had no memory of the events, saying his repeated concern to present himself as a paranoid schizophrenic was an attempt to provide justification for his behaviour.

Outside court, Ms Adams’ daughter Tina Rhodes said she loved her mother and the child.

“No matter how long the sentence is, it will not bring back two beautiful people we have lost,” she said.

Rhodes will be eligible for parole in 2045.

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China’s other big business: Harvesting organs from prisoners while they’re still alive

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It’s a story straight out of a horror movie, but it’s been common practice in China for more than a decade.

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State-run hospitals have secretly harvested body parts from tens of thousands of prisoners, removing their vital organs while they are still alive.

Filmmaker Leon Lee has been following the researchers trying to bring down this inhumane and illegal industry. He says what they found was a form of evil we have not yet seen on this planet.

The Chinese government continues to illegally harvest organs from millions of its innocent prisoners despite saying it had ended the practice two years ago, a decade-long study has alleged.

Experts estimate between 60,000 and 100,000 organs are transplanted annually, and the majority of the hearts, livers and other organs are obtained by executing prisoners of conscience.

In all, approximately 1.5 million transplants have taken place at 712 liver and kidney transplant centres across China since 2000, with over 300,000 of those taking place at unregulated centres.

The report also found many surgeons had simply “lost count” of the quantity of transplants they had been asked to perform on a daily basis, with some having undertaken as many as six liver removals in one day.

The findings were published in an update to the 2009 book ‘Bloody Harvest’ and the 2014 book ‘The Slaughter’.

Falun Gong is a unique form of meditative practice established in 1992 and the Chinese government has fought to eradicate it for decades.

It has long been believed Falun Gong practitioners are being executed ‘on demand’ by the Chinese government, to compensate for the country’s shortage of organ donors.

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Most of the victims are thought to be members of the banned Falun Gong movement.

In 2006, reports emerged that the country’s leaders were executing members of the Falun Gong movement — a quasi-religious group with millions of followers, which is banned in China.

“The vast majority are Falun Gong practitioners,” said Lee. “There are also political dissidents and activists. They are taken without informing the family members.

“In a few cases, the family have accidentally got to see pictures of the body, and could see the surgery line. When they questioned the police, they said it had been suicide and they had done an autopsy.”

Matas and Kilgour, both Nobel Peace Prize nominees, have been speaking across the world about what’s happening, despite having had death threats. They want to see the names of those involved go on a list to face the International Criminal Court in The Hague.

The report was researched and authored by former Canadian secretary of state David Kilgour, human rights lawyer David Matas and journalist Ethan Gutmann to expose widespread medical wrong-doing in the Asian country

China has denied the allegations, and even made a documentary of its own in retaliation to Lee’s Human Harvest. It claims all organ donors are volunteers, and that the practice will stop in August regardless. Not everyone is convinced.

China’s president, Xi Jinping, has been running an anti-corruption campaign, arresting those loyal to ex-leader Jiang Zemin, who were responsible for the persecution of Falun Gong.

Recent remarks from Xi’s top officials suggest the state is shifting its stance, pointing the finger at former security chief Zhou Yongkang for the organ harvesting.

It looks as though the billion-dollar industry is set to die, but it is far too late for the many victims of this abominable crime.

Find out more on the story and watch Leon Lee’s Human Harvest documentary on the SBS website.

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The Chinese Communist Party has engaged the state in the mass killings of innocents

The Chinese government officially state that 10,000 organ transplants take place in the country each year, but the trio believe this figure is far lower than the real quantity.

In a statement, Matas said: “We can easily surpass the official Chinese figure just by looking at the two or three biggest hospitals.

“That increased discrepancy leads us to conclude that there has been a far larger slaughter of practitioners of Falun Gong for their organs than we had originally estimated.

“The ultimate conclusion is that the Chinese Communist Party has engaged the state in the mass killings of innocents.”

Falun Gong practitioners were forced to undergo medical tests before their results were put on a database of living organ sources so quick organ matches could be made, the authors claim.

In response to the report, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told a press conference: “I want to say that such stories about forced organ harvesting in China are imaginary and baseless — they don’t have any factual foundation.”

In 2014, China announced that it would end the harvesting of organs from executed prisoners and move to a voluntary donation-based system.

Last year Amnesty International confirmed China remains the world’s largest executioner of prisoners in the charity’s annual report.

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THERE ARE MANY INSTANCES WHERE THE DEATH PENALTY SHOULD BE APPLIED

KILL THE THRILL KILLERS OF CHRIS LANE-GOD INSISTS ‘EYE FOR AN EYE’

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Duncan, Oklahoma: The youths looked terribly young and more stunned than scared when they were led individually into a packed courtroom in rural Oklahoma to face charges for the murder of Christopher Lane, an Australian they had never met.

The prosecutor, Jason Hicks, repeated the terrible details already alleged by police – that Mr Lane, who was visiting his girlfriend, Sarah Harper, had jogged past the boys as they sat around outside a house on Friday afternoon; that they selected him as a target, followed him in a car and shot him about four minutes later.

Charged: Chancey Luna, Michael Jones and James Edwards.
Charged: Chancey Luna, Michael Jones and James Edwards.

For people trying to understand what drove the boys to kill Mr Lane, their brief court appearances offered a few hints but no answers beyond the information already released by local police, that they were bored.

Chancey Allen Luna, 16, is accused of pulling the trigger of the .22-calibre handgun that was used to kill Mr Lane. He was charged with first-degree murder and refused a bond before being lead away in his orange prison pyjamas, shackled hand and foot. As he stood before the judge, his mother sitting in the third row, was handed documents detailing her son’s rights. Her hands shook as she gripped the papers and she sobbed as he was led away.

Two rows in front of her, Cindy Harper, Sarah’s mother, sat quietly throughout the proceedings.

Jennifer Luna, right, the mother of murder suspect Chancey Luna, turns away from the media.
Jennifer Luna, right, the mother of murder suspect Chancey Luna, turns away from the media. Photo: AP

James Francis Edwards, jnr, 15, is alleged to have been a passenger in the car and was also charged with first-degree murder. Mr Hicks said the youth had been cold and callous throughout the proceedings. He said that as James stood before officers at the charging counter he danced, and has since treated the matter as a “joke”.

Mr Hicks noted that a short time after the murder James appeared in the very courthouse he was formally charged with to attend a court ordered supervision meeting for earlier offences.

But the boy’s court appointed lawyer, Jim Berry, told Fairfax that his client takes the matter very seriously, and denies his attitude is callous.

Australian baseballer Chris Lane with his girlfriend Sarah Harper.
Australian baseballer Chris Lane with his girlfriend Sarah Harper.

“He is very upset.”

As he was led out of the room, more sobbing could be heard throughout the small court.

Outside the court his father, James Edwards snr, said he stood by his boy, an athlete who dreamed of one day competing in wrestling in the Olympic Games. He said James was a happy boy who, while being known to police, had not been in serious trouble before.

Spectators line up to go through a metal detector to enter the courtroom.
Spectators line up to go through a metal detector to enter the courtroom. Photo: AP

He said he did not believe his son could have been responsible for the killing.

He had heard rumours the boys were “wannabe gangsters”, but only since the shooting.

Duncan police chief told media earlier that the boys “wanted to be Billy Bob Badasses” .

Australian college student Christopher Lane is pictured playing catcher. Police arrested three teens in the death of Lane, one of whom told police they shot Lane because they were bored, according to media reports.
Australian college student Christopher Lane is pictured playing catcher. Police arrested three teens in the death of Lane, one of whom told police they shot Lane because they were bored, according to media reports. Photo: Reuters

Mr Edwards Snr said his son did not grow up around guns. “He said to me, ‘Dad, why don’t we have guns around the house?’ and I said, ‘because I don’t need no guns’.

James’ older sister said she believed racism was a factor in the charges, with the two African-American boys receiving the tougher charges.

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The oldest of the three accused is Michael Dewayne Jones, 17. He has been charged with accessory after the fact of first degree murder and a vehicle and firearm offence. He also faces what Mr Hicks called “a long, long sentence” if convicted, but Mr Hicks told the court he had co-operated with police and the District Attorney. His bond was set at US$1 million.

Because of the seriousness of the charges they face not guilty pleas were automatically entered on their behalf and they were given no opportunity to address the court at any length, with the judge silencing one of the youths when he went to offer details of the crime.

While many of their supporters sobbed openly, all three boys remained mostly silent, making little attempt to even catch eyes with those in court. They raised their shackled hands to take their oaths and offered quiet responses when the judge asked if they understood the process and their rights.

The people of Duncan, an oil and farming town of about 25,000, known for little apart from being the birthplace of the the company Halliburton, are shocked by Friday’s murder.

“I would say to our Australian friends that this is not Duncan, Oklahoma,” said Mr Hicks after the brief hearing, and the sentiment was echoed around Duncan.

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He said some people were now scared to leave home.

One man who lived near the site of the killing is George Schwartz, who is stunned not only because of the pointless violence, but because his two boys – who know the accused – were in the street minutes before the shooting.

“It could have been them,” he says

Mr Schwartz’s 16-year-old son Joseph goes to school with the boys, and is now reluctant to return to school.

“He knows all three of them because he is 16-years-old too. He knows that the kids aren’t the greatest, let’s put it that way.

“He is shocked in my opinion… he knows that some kids are off base, it’s sad.”

No one else in town could explain the attack either. Duncan is a small town without a gang problem, though a sheriff’s officer said he believed youths who had “bought themselves up” were becoming more violent.

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Even in wider America, a nation that is used to gun crimes, the story attracted significant attention, largely due to its terrible pointlessness. People are appalled by but understand drug killings, fights and domestic violence. They have even come to a sad understanding of the rare figure that seeks fame by mass killing. But the thought that a group of small town boys killed in cold blood out of idle boredom seems to confound comprehension.

Over the road from the grassy verge where Mr Lane died lives Roy Burke, the head football coach of the local middle school. He remembers Sarah Harper from when he taught her PE in Will Rogers elementary school girl.

“You think things like this don’t happen in your town, but obviously they happen anywhere,” he said

“Bad things happen to good people

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MORE OF THE MOST BRUTAL FORMS

OF EXECUTIONS OVER CENTURIES

1. Pendulum slicer

The pendulum was an instrument in torture and death via capital punishment used by the Spanish Inquisition. Although designed to cause maximum pain before death, the pendulum was also used to induce psychological fear into the victim, thereby extracting confessions quickly. The victim was first fastened to a wooden bench with ropes so that it was impossible for him to move. Above the victim was a crescent-shaped blade which would begin swinging to and from. Gradually the bar to which the blade was attached would be lowered bringing it closer and closer to the victim’s torso. It would usually be at this point that the victim would confess. If no confession was made, the blade would continue to lower until it began cutting through the victim’s torso. Eventually, the victim would be cleaved in two.

2. Immurement

Immurement is a form of capital punishment where a person is walled up within a building and left to die from starvation or dehydration. This is distinct from being buried alive, in which the victim typically dies of asphyxiation. The folklore of many Southeastern European communities refers to immurement as the mode of death for the victim sacrificed during the completion of a construction project, such as a bridge or fortress. Many Bulgarian and Romanian folk songs describe a bride offered for such purposes, and her subsequent pleas to the builders to leave her hands and breasts free, that she might still nurse her child. Later versions of the songs revise the bride’s death; her fate to languish, entombed in the stones of the construction, is transmuted to her nonphysical shadow, and its loss yet leads to her pining away and eventual death.

3. Lapidation


Lapidation, is a form of capital punishment whereby a group throws stones at a person until the person dies. No individual among the group can be identified as the one who kills the subject. This is in contrast to the case of a judicial executioner. It is slower than other forms of execution, and hence is a form of execution by torture.

4. Back Breaking

A form of capital punishment was merely to break the back of the criminal and leave him to die of thirst. It was a Mongolian method of execution that avoided the spilling of blood on the ground.

5. Iron Maiden

An Iron Maiden is an iron cabinet constructed to kill or torture the condemned. The iron cabinet was built with sharp objects like spikes, knives or nails inside of it. An individual was placed inside standing and the doors of the cabinet were closed repeatedly forcing bleeding and punctures until death due to blood loss or lack of oxygen should lungs be punctured. This form of capital punishment was used throughout the 18th Century in England

6. Execution by Elephant

Execution by elephant was, for thousands of years, a common method of capital punishment in South and Southeast Asia, and particularly in India. Asian Elephants were used to crush, dismember, or torture captives in public executions. The animals were trained and versatile, both able to kill victims immediately or to torture them slowly over a prolonged period. Employed by royalty, the elephants were used to signify both the ruler’s absolute power and his ability to control wild animals. The sight of elephants executing captives attracted the interest of usually horrified European travellers, and was recorded in numerous contemporary journals and accounts of life in Asia. The practice was eventually suppressed by the European empires that colonised the region in the 18th and 19th centuries. While primarily confined to Asia, the practice was occasionally adopted by Western powers, such as Rome and Carthage, particularly to deal with mutinous soldiers.

7. Damnatio ad bestias

Damnatio ad bestias was a form of capital punishment in which the condemned were maimed on the circus arena or thrown to a cage with animals, usually lions. It was brought to ancient Rome around the 2nd century BC from Asia, where a similar penalty existed from at least the 6th century BC. In Rome, damnatio ad bestias was used as entertainment and was part of the inaugural games of the Flavian Amphitheatre. In the 1st–3rd centuries AD, this penalty was mainly applied to the worst criminals and early Christians (Latin: christianos ad leones, “Christians to the lions”). It was abolished in 681 AD.

8. Sawing

Sawing was a method of execution used in Europe under the Roman Empire, in the Middle East, and in parts of Asia. The condemned were hung upside-down and sawn apart vertically through the middle, starting at the groin. Since the the body was inverted, the brain received a continuous supply of blood despite severe bleeding, consciousness thereby continuing until, or after, the saw severed the major blood vessels of the abdomen. The movement of the saw caused a body to sway back and forth making the process difficult for the executioners. The Chinese overcame this problem by securing the victim in an upright position between two boards firmly fixed between stakes driven deep into the ground. Two executioners, one at each end of the saw, would saw downwards through the stabilized boards and enclosed victim.

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Detective Inspector Dave Bryson holds up a photo of Garry Edmund Brown who was taken into custody in relation to a double murder in Maylands earlier this morning.

A 47-year-old man has been arrested over the brutal murder of a couple in a Maylands unit early this morning after being released on bail three days earlier over an alleged aggravated robbery.

The vicious murder of Chris Stoodley, 36, and Jenni Garrett, 29, just after 6.30am today sparked a manhunt across Perth, with police scouring trains and the CBD for any sign of a man seen fleeing the property just after the incident occurred.

Less than two hours after the murder police disclosed the identity of 47-year-old Garry Edmund Brown as a person of interest in the double homicide.

Police have cordoned off Tenth Avenue in Maylands.
Police have cordoned off Tenth Avenue in Maylands. Photo: Lucy Rickard

Channel Nine reported Mr Stoodley and Ms Garrett both were repeatedly stabbed to death.

Earlier this week Mr Brown had been taken into custody after going to his father’s house, where he allegedly stole five licensed guns belonging to his elderly father, the Perth Magistrate’s Court heard.

He told the magistrate he had taken the guns because his father suffered from dementia and had used towels to conceal them as laundry when his daughter collected him from his father’s property.

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He said he had also gone to the property to confront his father about being sexually molested at the age of 11.

Mr Brown was a self-confessed recovering heroin addict who had gotten “clean” on a methadone program while serving jail for four years, the court heard.

He was released in 2003 and said he was doing “everything right” ever since, even applying for an extraordinary driver’s licence so he wouldn’t be caught driving on a suspended licence.

The elderly man reported the alleged robbery and threats made against him by his son to police, who swooped in on an Ellenbrook address Mr Brown was living at with his daughter. The guns were seized and Mr Brown was arrested for one count of aggravated robbery and taken into custody.

When he faced the Magistrate’s Court on Monday he refused legal advice and insisted on applying for bail that morning, which was granted for $5000 and $5000 in surety to be paid by his sister who was in court.

Today, he was spotted by a member of the public and was taken into custody without incident at a Nollamara home about 9.40am.

Detective Inspector Dave Bryson from major crime squad described the murder scene as “gruesome” and said it was a brutal murder.

He said Mr Brown along with the two victims had spent the night at the unit, which was being rented to another man. This man was believed to have witnessed the murder, however he was not injured. He has been assisting police with their inquiries.

Detective Inspective Bryson said it was “very early days” and there was no known motive for the murders.

“It was very graphic, a very graphic scene,” he said.

“Early information that we’ve got is that they were all friends.

“All four people were at that address during the course of the night.”

Ambulance officers were called to a three-storey block of units on Tenth Avenue in Maylands just before 7am following reports of a serious assault.

Police arrived a short time later and cordoned off the street between Railway Parade and Coode Street. Officers have since been doorknocking for witnesses and all neighbours attempting to leave the street were interviewed by police.

Reports that the suspect was seen boarding a train at the nearby Maylands station forced the closure of the Midland line for about half an hour as police searched the station and several trains in the area.

The police helicopter and the police canine unit were called in to assist in tracking the suspect.


The ‘Butcher of Brooklyn’ who has been charged with the killing and dismembering of Leiby Kletzky, 8, says it ‘hurts too much’ to think about the slaughter.

Levi Aron, who has been found fit to stand trial on murder charges referred to the death of the Brooklyn schoolboy as ‘the incident’.

In his first media interview, the 35-year-old told the Daily News: ‘I don’t know what happened, I just panicked.’

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Levi Aron, 35, was charged with killing and dismembering Leiby Kletzky, 8. A leaked court-ordered psychiatric evaluation claims Aron suffers from a host of personality issues

When asked if he wanted to apologise, Aron looked away and remained silent. Moments later he nodded his head, but did not say he was sorry.

During the hour-long interview at Rikers Island infirmary, where Aron is being held on 24-hour suicide watch, he never once referred to Leiby by name and repeatedly answered ‘I don’t know’ to questions about what he did – and why.

The interview comes as a leaked court-ordered psychiatric evaluation revealed Aron is confused and apathetic, a ‘practically blank’ personality whose younger sister died while institutionalized with schizophrenia.

Details in the report from a psychiatrist and psychologist at Kings County Hospital show the suspect is deeply troubled, and has given authorities conflicting accounts of his life and his mental and physical history.

A psychologist diagnosed him with an adjustment disorder and a personality disorder with schizoid features.

Schizophrenia is a mental disorder characterized by disintegration of thought processes and diminished emotional responsiveness.

A person is more likely to have it if a close family member, such as his sister who died, has it.

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‘His mood is neutral, practically blank,’ the psychologist wrote in the report.

‘The only time he seems to show any emotional response is when he is asked difficult questions about the reason for his incarceration.’

The evaluation offers little details on a possible motive.

Aron admitted knowing the charges against him are serious, and acknowledged that people are angry with him.

‘He states he did not wish the boy harm but that he “panicked”,’ the psychologist wrote.

Aron, 35, has pleaded not guilty to murder and kidnapping in the death of Leiby, who got lost walking home from a Brooklyn religious day camp on July 11.

The boy’s severed feet were found in Aron’s refrigerator, the rest of the body was discovered in pieces in a suitcase elsewhere in Brooklyn.

During the evaluation, Aron, dressed in regulation pajamas and ‘well-groomed,’ gave conflicting accounts of most details of his life, including how many siblings he has and whether he sought mental health care previously.

He said he suffered a head injury as a child, though it wasn’t clear exactly when.

‘Mr. Aron is unable (unwilling?) to state categorically whether or not he was in prior psychiatric treatment,’ the psychologist wrote.

Aron also was unclear about the voices he says he heard during and after the boy’s death. He said he doesn’t remember anything stressful happening when he began to hear the voice.

‘He admitted to us that he began to hear a voice talking to him approximately one year ago, but cannot make out what it says,’ according to the psychiatrist, who had recommended Aron remain at Bellevue Hospital.

A judge disagreed and Aron is now being held without bail at a medical wing at Riker’s Island in solitary confinement.

‘He says he was too embarrassed to mention it to anyone,’ the report said.

Aron told the psychologist the voice does not command him to do anything, but he told doctors after his arrest that the voice commanded him to hurt himself and others, according to the records.

The psychiatric evaluation was ordered specifically to determine whether Aron would be fit for trial. The Brooklyn District Attorney’s office had no comment.

Aron’s lawyer, Pierre Bazile, said the records obtained were accurate.

‘The evaluators agreed with us that Mr. Aron suffers from some psychiatric disorders and right now we are investigating whether or not his disorders are sufficient to meet the not guilty by reason of mental disease or mental defect threshold,’ he said.

The records filled in a few blanks about Aron’s life, which was lived mostly alone except for a few impulsive decisions, such as moving to Memphis to get married to a woman he met online and had met in person only twice.

Police have been removing items from Levi Aron's home as they look into Leiby's death
Leiby's mother Esther joined family members for a walk to 'escort his soul to its final resting place'

Ordeal: Police have been removing item’s from Aron’s home as they look for evidence. Leiby’s mother Esther joined family members for a walk to ‘escort his soul to its final resting place’

They divorced after a few years. Aron was employed as a hardware clerk, and earlier as a supermarket worker and a caterer.

Aron spent much of his time online, and made a lot of audio and video recordings of himself doing karaoke.

He lived alone in a home owned by his father and step mother, his brother lived in a separate apartment. His mother died about seven years ago.

Both the psychiatrist and psychologist described Aron as reserved, apathetic, sad and cooperative.

‘He did report having nightmares since the incident which led to his arrest and having difficulty “realizing what happened”,’ the psychologist wrote.

Leiby, lost walking home from camp, met Aron on the street and asked for help, prosecutors said. It was the first time the little boy was allowed to walk alone, and he was supposed to travel about seven blocks to meet his mother but missed a turn.

The boy first asked for a ride to a bookstore. But ‘on the way, he changed his mind and wasn’t sure he wanted to go,’ Aron wrote in his confession, according court papers.

Aron decided to take the boy to a wedding upstate but the boy refused to come in, so Aron left him in the car with the windows down.

The incident raises questions about whether Leiby’s life could have been saved had he gone into the wedding and been noticed by other guests.

When they returned, they watched television before the boy fell asleep, police said. He remained there the next day while Aron went to work, authorities said.

By that time, the disappearance had sparked a major search effort in his insular community in Borough Park. The boy’s picture was plastered on light posts around the area. Aron panicked, according to court documents, and smothered the boy.

The detectives’ notes also outline alleged statement by Aron about how he carved up the body with knives and disposed of body parts, including the severed feet found wrapped in plastic his freezer.

A cutting board and three bloody carving knives were found in the refrigerator.

The medical examiner’s office said the boy was given a cocktail of prescription drugs. But Aron’s confession didn’t mention that, and he denied ever tying up the boy, though marks were found on his body.

A pretrial hearing is set for October 14

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