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Suspected National Cathedral Vandal Ruled Unfit for Trial
Jaimei Tian is accused of splashing green paint around the National Cathedral. By Benjamin Freed
Comments () | Published November 1, 2013

Jaimei Tian, the woman accused of vandalizing the Washington National Cathedral with green paint in July, was deemed incompetent to stand trial in DC court yesterday.

Court records state that a judge ruled Tian unfit to stand trial after an evaluation by a psychologist. Since her arrest, Tian, a Chinese national, has been at St. Elizabeths Hospital, the District’s mental health facility.

Tian was ordered to return to St. Elizabeths for “inpatient competency restoration” ahead of her next hearing on December 3.

She is also suspected of vandalizing other landmarks with green paint, including the Lincoln Memorial.

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