An expert psychiatric evaluation has come to the conclusion that suspected US murderer Kevin Dahlgren was sane when the killing of his Czech cousin and family took place. US citizen Dahlgren is the main suspect for the killing in 2013 of his cousin, her husband and their two sons at their home in Brno. He was extradited from the US to face charges in the Czech Republic last August. South Moravian police say their recommended charges should be sent to the state prosecutor by the end of this month. Criminal charges would have had to be dropped against Dahlgren if he had been found mentally unstable.
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