A woman met a man online and went on a date with him. Subsequently, she sent him 65000 texts, including some that were threatening. She also broke into his residence. She's now facing stalking charges in Arizona.
A jailhouse interview with the woman is posted below.
Sometimes there are good reasons for evaluating fitness to stand trial, as well as justifications for the insanity defense that so many scoff at. Regarding fitness to stand trial, listen to her responses to questions, then ask yourself if she seems able to cooperate with counsel. With respect to criminal culpability, does she understand right and wrong and can she control her actions? She does seem to know that there are certain questions she shouldn't answer, but you can also hear, for example, that sending 65,000 emails seems completely appropriate to her.
I get why her attorney might have gone along with this interview, but I wonder why the police allowed this. Perhaps they wanted the public to understand?