Defense attorneys say Hernandez's confession was coerced by police. They say he is mentally ill and intellectually disabled
He said Hernandez's hallucinations have continued while he has been in prison since 2012 without access to cocaine. The psychiatrist
In his opening statement at the murder trial of Pedro Hernandez, the attorney said investigations both immediately after
Almost instantly, news reports surfaced asserting that Vance was reluctant to stand up to Kelly, a police commissioner with
Hernandez was recently moved to Rikers Island after his stint at Bellevue. Although the cops have no hope of finding the
Hernandez is thought to suffer from schizophrenia and hallucinations. He is currently being held New York's Bellevue Hospital
Pedro Hernandez, the man who has now confessed to murdering six year old Etan Patz 33 years ago, had no lawyer when he decided two weeks ago to confess the killing to the police. Things don't always happen as they do on television.
A mugshot of Pedro Hernandez, the murder suspect in the disappearance of 6-year-old Etan Patz, has been released by the NYPD