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The judge ordered a mental competency evaluation to assess whether Dear is sufficiently competent to exercise his right to do so.
Following subsequent evaluations that determined Dear to be delusional, the judge in the case ruled in May 2016 that Dear was incompetent to stand trial and ordered him indefinitely confined to a Colorado state mental hospital.
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The 6-foot-5 Harpham called himself "a big friendly giant." Harpham's struggles with substance abuse were documented by his mother, Heather Kopp, in her book "Sober mercies: How love caught up with a Christian Drunk." When her son quit drinking and sought help through Alcoholics Anonymous in 2007, his mother thought "It's quite possible there's a miracle afoot."On Thursday, Harpham started his blog and posted a cryptic 1-minute video to You Tube.
Pacing his apartment and talking, Harpham says he sent his father, Thomas Harpham, a critique of a sermon by Redding, Calif.
non-denominational Christan pastor Bill Johnson, whose 8,000-member Bethel Church teaches congregants to believe in "supernatural revival." Harpham appears to be agitated that his father, who he said was a follower of Johnson's teachings, hadn't responded.
"I've been waiting, waiting and waiting," the pacing Harpham says into the camera.
At a December 9 court appearance, Dear repeatedly interrupted proceedings, made statements affirming his guilt (although he did not enter a formal plea), and expressed anti-abortion and anti-Planned Parenthood views, calling himself "a warrior for the babies." He appeared in court again on December 23, and asserted his desire to act as his own attorney in the criminal case against him.
The incident drew comments from the pro-life and abortion-rights movements, as well as political leaders.
During the standoff, officers who made it inside the clinic reportedly shouted to communicate with a suspect, attempting to persuade him to surrender.
A gunman armed with an AK-47-style weapon burst into a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs Friday, shooting at police from inside the building during the ensuing five-hour standoff.
Three people, including a police officer, died during the incident, Colorado Springs Police Department Lt. Nine others, including five officers, were wounded. Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs said Saturday of the four patients it had received, two were discharged.