Blaine Gamble was charged with robbing the First National Bank of Herminie, Pennsylvania. Gamble, allegedly dressed as an elderly woman, entered the bank and robbed the tellers at gunpoint. At a pretrial motion before U.S. District Court Judge William Standish, Gamble requested that a black psychologist or psychiatrist with expertise on cultural insanity examine him. He contended that he was a victim of posttraumatic stress disorder caused by “unwarranted exposure, victimization and repetitive confrontation with white racism.” He stated he had had scraps with the police and that when he was a teenager, his mother had showed him a magazine cover depicting a murder victim. He claimed that he was innocent by reasons of cultural insanity caused by longtime exposure to racism.23 Should he be allowed to submit this evidence to the jury?