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Four accused of firebomb attack on Romany home not insane, psychiatrist tells court
25-05-2010  Ian Willoughby

Photo: CTK Four far-right extremists accused of a firebomb attack on a Romany family’s home are not insane and are capable of understanding the danger of their actions, a court appointed psychiatrist said during their trial on Tuesday. He said none of them displayed signs of being psychopaths or pyromaniacs. The four face charges of racially motivated attempted murder after a petrol bomb attack in the town of Vítkov last April that left three members of a Romany family injured. The most seriously hurt was Natálie Siváková, who suffered burns on 80 percent of her body and was at one point close to death.

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