Former Manchester woman pleads not guilty in fatal Vegas crime spree


Natasha Galenn Jackson's mugshot taken after her Manchester arrest for allegedly attacking a now deceased boyfriend with the claw-end of a hammer while he slept. 




Natasha Galenn Jackson's cryptic answer to a judge's question about whether she understood the charges against her prompted her appointed deputy public defender, Danny Silverstein, to say outside court that Jackson was treated in the past for mental illness.


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