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McCoy Uses Insanity Defense in Sex Trafficking Case

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Sex Trafficking suspect Isaiah McCoy notified federal court he plans to use an "Insanity Defense" on Tuesday.

McCoy is representing himself and submitted his notice via hand-written letter. 

He is charged with seven counts of Sex Trafficking, accused of forcing, threatening, and coercing young women into prostitution.

In Delaware, before moving to Hawaii, McCoy was on Death Row convicted of murder, but was later released and found not guilty in his re-trial.

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