In a New York Daily News op-ed piece, Senior Editor Jacob Sullum says an insanity defense for Jared Lee Loughner, seemingly bolstered by a federal judge's conclusion that his untreated schizophrenia makes him incompetent to stand trial, follows logically from an argument that was widely heard after the Tucson massacre: To prevent such crimes, we should make it easier to lock people up before their mental illness drives them to violence.
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