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After murder verdict in cannibalism case, jury weighs sanity of Atherton arborist's killer

Experts testify about Francis Wolke's delusions of joining elite '1%'

by Cameron Rebosio

Defense lawyers argue that Francis Wolke, found guilty of first-degree murder last week in the 2018 killing of Atherton arborist Kathy Hughes Anderson, was insane and believed he had to commit cannibalism in order to join the "1%" and stay young forever.

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Email Staff Writer Cameron Rebosio at crebosio@almanacnews.com.

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