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Seth Winder - Richard Hernandez Case Update

By David Lohr

As one of our readers noted recently in the comments section of this blog, Seth Winder, 29, has been found incompetent to stand trial.  Readers will recall that Winder was accused of murdering and dismembering 38-year-old Richard Hernandez last year in a case that has been featured in many Texas newspapers as well as on A & E's program, The First 48.  As a result, Winder will be transferred, if he has not already been, from the Denton County Jail to a state-operated psychiatric institution where he will receive mental health treatment.  He will remain there until psychiatrists determine that he is mentally competent to stand trial for Hernandez' murder.  Police have never found Hernandez' body, but it is believed that he died at Winder's hands after he disappeared in September 2008...continue to full post

Full post as published by Bizarre Crimes of the Week on May 01, 2009 (boomark / email).

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