Man accused of killing wife and child in Denver’s airport says he was mentally ill, not suicidal

Man accused of killing wife and child in Denver’s airport says he was mentally ill, not suicidal

A Denver man accused of shooting his wife and two young children and leaving them to die on a plane in Denver has pleaded not guilty to the charges.

The Denver District Attorney’s Office said in a news release Wednesday that the charges were dropped on Friday.

It’s not clear whether the man who prosecutors say killed his wife, Kristina Boulanger, was able to enter a plea.

He is due back in court for a preliminary hearing next week.

Court records show the Denver County District Attorney is investigating the case as a murder.

Kristina Bousanger, 50, was pronounced dead by paramedics in the terminal at Denver International Airport on Sept. 23.

Police say they found her body on a stairwell outside her hotel room.

They say she had a gunshot wound to the chest.

The Denver Post reports that police have yet to determine whether she had been assaulted.

Investigators say the woman was known to have a history of mental illness.

She had recently been hospitalized after being diagnosed with a rare and severe form of schizophrenia.

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