Suspect in UT Stabbing Claims He Was Dreaming and Unaware of His Actions

A University of Texas junior accused of stabbing four students, one fatally, on campus last week said he "had a dream" and didn't know what he was doing. Houston's KPRC-TV interviewed Kendrex White, 21, from jail Tuesday. White was arrested on a murder charge the day after the attacks and is being held at the Travis County Jail. He spoke with KPRC through video conference, recalling what he remembers of that day. "I walked around campus for a little bit, just kind of enjoying the ambiance," he told reporters during the 25-minute conversation. "It was weird because no one noticed me."White said no one seemed to notice him after he pulled out his knife--which he said he carried around campus for his own safety--and that he almost felt invisible, according to the interview. He also said he had no memory of the attacks."I had a dream. It showed my face and I thought maybe it was possible I could have done it, but I didn't remember doing it myself," White said.   Continue reading...

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