Accused White House Fence-Jumper Ruled Incompetent to Stand Trial

A man who allegedly jumped the White House fence last week and was brought down by two Secret Service dogs was ruled incompetent to stand trial on Monday.

Dominic Adesanya, 23, will undergo more psychiatric testing and treatment before his next court date.

Adesanya was arrested near the North Lawn of the White House last week. He was swarmed by agents after initially tangling with two Secret Service dogs, who were kicked and punched in the incident.

In court on Monday, he responded to the judge’s ruling with an outburst.

“Stop, you’re not gonna do this to me,” he yelled as the hearing was ending, according to CNN.

He then got up and moved away from the defense the table, before he was restrained by officers. He was heard shouting “Help me!” as he was taken out of the courtroom.

The judge in the case ordered that Adesanya undergo additional testing to determine his fitness for trial. His next court date has been set for late December.