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Psychologist Evaluates Teen Accused Of Murder
Updated May 5, 2013 12:08 AM | Filed under: Network Indiana
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(RISING SUN, IN) - A court-appointed psychologist doesn't believe a rising son teenager who strangled his 10-year-old brother is a psychopath.

Dr. Edward Connor was cross-examined Monday during the fourth day of Andrew Conley's sentencing hearing in southern Indiana.

Prosecutor Aaron Negangard pressured Connor about whether Conley showed signs of a psychopathic personality, but Connor testified the teen didn't fit that profile.

Instead, he believes Conley was likely in a dissociative state when he killed his brother Conner.

The mental illness is described as a condition in which the mind seems different than the body.

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