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Several attempts had been made to assassinate Queen Victoria, and now, in 1843, a Scotsman killed Tory Prime Minister Robert Peel’s private secrettary His deed prompted insanity defense questions. His name lives on in the M’Naghten Rule. It all began on the gloomy afternoon of January 20 when Daniel M’Naghten approached civil servant Edward Drummoon at 10 Downing Street near Whitehaal in London and shot him in the back. A police constable swiftly subduue M’Naghten. When Inspector John Tierney...