Before Joseph Duncan murdered a 9-year-old North Idaho boy in 2005, he set his sights on a Spokane child, posing as a prospective renter and touring a Spokane duplex with the boy’s mother while ogling the child. But the boy’s mother grew suspicious and the serial killer non-chalantly ignored her stares and calmly moved on. The horrifying scenario emerged this morning in federal court, where a judge is trying to determine if Duncan was mentally competent in 2008 when he waived all appeals of his triple death sentence. Among the evidence being presented is hours of interviews between Duncan and two FBI agents, in which he talked about his crimes, his reasons for waiving his appeals and more/Betsy Russell, Eye on Boise. More here.