ROCHESTER, M.N. - The man serving a life sentence in the January 2011 shooting in Tucson that killed six and injured many others, including then-Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, has filed a $25 million lawsuit against her.
Jared Loughner seeks $25 million in punitive damages against Giffords for "causing me emotion and psychological distress," according to the March 18 filing.
"My incarceration is illegal. I am actually innocent. I was Framed. I am a victim of project mk-ultra the govt. put a chip in my head to control my mind," Loughner claims.
Note: Capitalizations, abbreviations, spelling and grammatical errors are reflective of the documents filed.
Among Loughner's more outlandish claims:
The convicted killer sent the filing from Rochester, Minnesota where he is serving his sentence.
Giffords suffered a gunshot wound to the head and underwent months of treatment because of the shooting.
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