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Henry Deniger listens during a Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2012, hearing in Fargo, N.D, on whether he could begin treatment at the state hospital before a judge can determine if he is mentally competent to help with his own defense in the murder of his wife. A judge denied the request. Dave Wallis / The Forum

Hearing set for man committed to hospital after allegedly killing wife

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FARGO – A man who has been held in the North Dakota State Hospital in Jamestown since being accused of stabbing his wife to death in their Fargo apartment in March 2012 is set for a new hearing in the case.

 

Henry Leo Deniger, 52, was found not guilty in April 2013 after a Cass County judge said he couldn’t be held criminally responsible for his acts.

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