[b]In June 2000 an Old Bailey jury found Strang not guilty through insanity of attempted murder, but ordered him to be detained indefinitely at a psychiatric hospital under the Mental Health Act.
But he was released from hospital in March of this year, and has since been living in a hostel in the local area.
Strang: Believed the church congregation were demons
Mental health experts believe Strang is not a danger to the public.
Marjorie Wallace, chief executive of mental health charity Sane, said: "People with schizophrenia can live safely in the community provided they receive consistent care and treatment and a quick response if their condition deteriorates.
"If all these services are in place, the public have nothing to fear." [/b]
There's a lot of other "if's" in this article also. Sounds to me like the doctors need some psychiatric treatment.
No one knew he was even freed until someone just happened to see him walking down the street!