Former UMass student Luther Gorahkov, 25, accused of assaulting two women on campus, found not respo

Discussion in 'New England' started by LGriffin, May 5, 2012.

  1. LGriffin Mother Führer

    A former University of Massachusetts student, accused on assaulting two women on the Amherst campus in 2010, was deemed not responsible for his actions following a two-day bench trial in Hampshire Superior Court.

    Judge C. Jeffrey Kinder found Luther Gorahkov, 25, of Providence, R.I., innocent on Wednesday by reason of mental disease or defect, according to information released by the Northwestern District Attorney’s office. He faced charges of assault with intent to rape, kidnapping and annoying or accosting a person of the opposite sex.

    Both incidents occurred on Oct. 15, 2010 between 5 and 6:10 p.m., according to an alert posted on the University of Massachusetts Police Department website.

    A psychologist, testifying for the defense, said Gorahkov has bipolar disorder with psychotic features.

    Gorahkov, formerly of Amherst, was transferred to Worcester State Hospital on Wednesday for an observation period of up to 40 days.

    Gorahkov fled the scene after the alleged assaults and turned himself in to a Holyoke police officer who had been working a detail in the Holyoke Crossing shopping center about five days later.

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    [IMG]Luther Gorahkov


    Forty days and he'll be back in the game assaulting the citizens of Hampshire county, or worse, while off his "poisonous" meds, like the rest of the irresponsibles.:rolleyes:
  2. lofu Subscribing Member

    WOW!!! Just WOW!!
  3. Pvt. Cowboy Lemme take a selfie

    Double. Tap.
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  4. niteowl1970 Big In Japan

    We haven't heard the last of this slug.
  5. corsair Supporting Member

    You are right, he will escalate, The families of his next victims need to remember Judge Kinder and sue his ass right out of the bench.
  6. Johnny Law Nemo me impune lacessit

    While I admire your spirit and share that sentiment, judicial immunity (or is that impunity?) rules and judges everywhere don't give a shit because of it.

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