Kentucky Man Accused of Shooting, Killing Black Shoppers at Kroger Store Deemed Incompetent to Stand Trial — for Now — Atlanta Black Star

A white man accused of gunning down two shoppers at a Kroger store in Jeffersontown, Kentucky, last fall has been ruled mentally incompetent to stand trial, although that could change.

Circuit Judge Annie O’Connell ruled earlier this month that Gregory Bush isn’t competent enough to stand trial on state charges, including two counts of murder and wanton endangerment, according to the Louisville Courier Journal. Bush, 52, has pleaded not guilty.
https://atlantablackstar.com/2019/05/14/kentucky-man-accused-of-shooting-killing-black-shoppers-at-kroger-store-deemed-incompetent-to-stand-trial-for-now/

2 thoughts on “Kentucky Man Accused of Shooting, Killing Black Shoppers at Kroger Store Deemed Incompetent to Stand Trial — for Now — Atlanta Black Star

  1. Hello Kreb. I disagree with the judge. The man knew enough to know what he was doing and why. The fact he did not shoot the white man is proof he knew what he was doing. I know as a people we want to be sure people are not mentally ill before we try them for actions they may not have been able to control. However in this case he was in control and showed it. Anyone who takes a life outside of military action or self defense is in some way mentally ill in my opinion. However that is not the standard used in courts of law. Hugs

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