Hanukkah stabbing suspect pleads not guilty to hate crimes, says he’s on Prozac

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The man accused of stabbing five people in a brutal machete attack at the home of a Hasidic rabbi during Hanukkah celebrations pleaded not guilty Monday to 10 federal hate-crime charges. Grafton Thomas, 37, appeared in court wearing an orange prison top and pants along with slip-on blue sneakers. He told the judge he was on medication at the time of the attack, including Prozac. He said he was currently taking the antidepressant as well as Latuda, a drug prescribed for bipolar depression.


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