Ft. Lauderdale Shooter's Trial Delayed Until January

The Trial of Esteban Santiago of Anchorage has been delayed until January.

Santiago is charged with killing five people and wounding six in the mass shooting at Florida Fort Lauderdale- Hollywood International Airport.
So far in this case, the Iraq war veteran has pleaded not guilty to a 22-count indictment in the January 6th shooting.
Santiago has been diagnosed as schizophrenic, and has been prescribed anti-psychotics.
Last month, Santiago's lawyer, public defender Eric Cohen, said since taking the medicine he has "...no concern at all about his competence".
As part of an agreement of pushing the court case back, Santiago's defense must submit a "mitigation packet," outlining their argument against the death penalty, by November 3rd.
US District Judge Beth Bloom set the new trial date for January 22nd.