The prosecutors are trying to chip away at Alton Nolen’s insanity defense.
KOCO: He’s the man charged with beheading a woman in 2014 at a Moore food plant, and on Monday, there were more than nine witnesses who testified about what led up to the attack.
Fifteen of the state’s witnesses have testified so far, describing their conversations and interactions with Nolen and a possible argument that might have sparked the beheading attack. According to several witnesses, Nolen got into a fight with co-worker Traci Johnson about his workplace performance.
During that confrontation, Nolen allegedly yelled he “beats Caucasians.” The incident got Nolen suspended.
Prosecutors said Nolen then ran home, grabbed a knife and started his attack. He is accused of beheading Colleen Hufford and cutting Johnson before he was shot. More