Psychiatric evaluation: Levi Aron has personality disorder

BROOKLYN - The Kensington man accused of kidnapping and brutally murdering 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky has been diagnosed with a personality disorder.

Levi Aron's psychiatric evaluation, which was viewed by the Associated Press, also reveals that his sister died while institutionalized for schizophrenia.  The evaluation portrays Aron as a troubled and confused man.

Aron was found fit to stand trial last week and has pleaded not guilty.  He is being held without bail.

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