Competency Hearing Awaits Murder Suspect

By: Blaine Tolison Email
By: Blaine Tolison Email

About a year ago--Theophilus Jones was arrested for the murder of 24 year old Jonathan Foy, who was working as a BP clerk on Pensacola Street at the time. Monday afternoon, a Leon County Circuit Judge decided that Jones will see a third doctor for a competency review--following two conflicting reviews from prior doctors. Once Jones is reviewed, the state attorney says a judge will decide if he is competent to stand trial.

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  • by Idiot on Oct 14, 2008 at 08:38 PM
    Hide this story like so many 100's more.
  • by Idiot Location: Stop the hate crimes!! on Oct 13, 2008 at 03:49 PM
    How sad that this hate crime will go unpunished. The facts are simple considering the average black males IQ is on par with moronic simplicity,the state will never get a competency rating on these illraised scum. Looks like open season on white people has begun.Just like the Zebra killings In California.Covered up and tucked away in a nice lil spot in history that most of the public will never see or hear about. If we started seeing whites going in stores shooting and killing black clerks on the same level that blacks are doing this to whites you'd hear the stories of how the KKK were robbing stores and using BBQ sauce to mark the walls... Wake up people. This double standard on racial murder and crime needs to be brought to the front page. Until we admit there is a problem no one will do anything about it! WAKE UP!!!!
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