Trial pushed back for QAnon supporter accused of killing a man in Ocala
Court records indicate the woman could claim the insanity defense
OCALA, Fla. (WCJB) - A QAnon supporter accused of killing a man in Ocala is planning to claim the insanity defense.
Neely Petrie-Blanchard is accused of shooting Christopher Hallet to death in his home in November 2020.
Sheriff’s deputies told us Petrie-Blanchard thought Hallet might be getting in the way of regaining custody of her children.
Court records show that a judge ruled that Petrie-Blanchard could rely on the insanity defense.
As a result, the trial has been pushed back to November.
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