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Woman indicted in Taos compound case unable to stand trial because of mental disease

Woman indicted in Taos compound case unable to stand trial because of mental disease

Justine Lopez
October 17, 2019 06:08 PM

TAOS, N.M.- New court documents reveal a woman who was indicted in the Taos compound case is unable to stand trial because of a mental disease.

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Jany Leveille and four others are accused of keeping 11 kids in a makeshift compound in Taos County. The five indicted were also charged with conspiracy to carry out deadly attacks on U.S. targets.

A federal judge ordered the attorney general's office Tuesday to hospitalize Leveille for a maximum of four months to undergo treatment to see if she can face trial in the future.

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