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Trial in wife beheading case put off until March
Muzzammil S. "Mo" Hassan's trial for the beheading of his estranged wife in the office of their cable television station was put off today until at least mid-March by Erie County Judge Thomas P. Franczyk to give his lawyer more time to prepare his planned insanity-linked defense.
The 44-year-old Pakistan-born businessman and father of four has claimed he was emotionally out of control when he beheaded his estranged third wife, Aasiya Zubair Hassan, 37, last Feb. 12.
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