Oconee male wants recover from psychiatric hospital
November 8, 2016 - Finding Carter
WALHALLA — It’s been over 10 years given deputies found Jason Mark Carter disposition over a plastic-wrapped corpses of his mom and stepfather in a groundwork of their Seneca home.
Carter, 42 years aged and institutionalized given 2009 during a state’s Bryan Psychiatric Hospital, claims he now shows no indications of mental illness and is entitled to a conference that could lead to his release.
Carter’s attorney filed a petition for a command of mandamus final week in 10th Judicial Circuit Court in Oconee County requesting a conference on either South Carolina Department of Mental Health officials have denied him due routine by denying him a hearing.
The petition asks a justice to sequence such a conference that Carter has twice requested and been denied.
Carter’s attorneys contend these requests have been denied even yet given Apr 2011, a psychiatrists, psychologists and mental health workers during Bryanhave reported that Carter shows “no signs of psychosis or mental illness.” They say mental health professionals news that Carter does not need serve hospitalization and should be discharged..
No date for a conference on a petition has been set.
Carter was found not guilty by reason of stupidity after a dais hearing in Oct 2009.
He was charged with a Mar 2006 murders of his mother, Debra Perkins, 51, and his stepfather, Kevin Perkins, 57, in their home during 419 Meldau Road in Seneca.
The victims had any been shot in a conduct with a .22-caliber handgun.
At Carter’s trial, investigators embellished a story of ill-feeling and occasional altercations between Carter and his stepfather. In a days before to a shootings, it was shown that Carter had stolen and fraudulently used his stepfather’s credit cards.
Carter was described by prosecutors as carrying an mania with publishing and with books on alchemy and a occult. He had also spent time among a homeless in California and in a jungles of Costa Rica.
Forensic psychiatrists testified that Carter suffered from psychosis, delusional paranoia and schizophrenia during a time of a killings.
Following his anticipating Carter not guilty by reason of insanity, Judge Alex Macaulay committed him to a state hospital.
“While this is not a outcome we had hoped for,” Tenth Circuit Solicitor Chrissy Adams pronounced during a time, “removing Jason Mark Carter from a village and fixation him in a secure facility, potentially for a rest of his life, will yield a magnitude of reserve to those family members, friends and to a village as a whole.”
In Jan 2014, Carter transient in a state car though was recaptured only south of Nashville, Tennessee, a day later.