Judge Denies Request for Slain Connecticut Developer's Psychiatric File

A Connecticut judge has denied a request for the psychiatric records of slain Greenwich developer Andrew Kissel by a man charged in connection with his killing.

Superior Court Judge Richard Comerford ruled Monday in Stamford that there was no indication the records would provide evidence helpful to Leonard Trujillo's defense.

Trujillo's attorney, Mark Sherman, argues Kissel may have been killed in a suicide-for-hire plot with the help of Carlos Trujillo, not his cousin Leonard Trujillo.

Twenty-two-year-old Leonard Trujillo of Worcester, Mass., is charged with capital felony, murder and conspiracy to commit murder in the 2006 stabbing death of Kissel. Forty-eight-year-old Carlos Trujillo of Bridgeport is charged with conspiracy to commit murder.