Insanity Plea Planned For Purdue Killer

The new lawyer for a man charged with killing a fellow Purdue University student is planning an insanity defense for his client.  Cody Cousins' attorney, Kirk Freeman, was granted a motion Thursday in which he requested a Tippecanoe Superior Court to pay for a mental evaluation for his client. The 23-year-old defendant from Warsaw said last week he was being treated for schizophrenia. Cousins is accused of fatally shooting and stabbing 21-year-old Andrew Boldt in January inside a classroom on the West Lafayette campus.