The classmate being held in the stabbing death of a Jersey City medical student -- who was coming to the aid of a teacher -- in Curacao Friday has been charged with murder, attempted murder and assault, a prosecutor on the Caribbean island said this morning.
Moustapha Khalesa is under psychiatric observation at a jail in Curacao, Prosecutor Gillano Schoop said as new details of the tragedy have come to light.

Kan Mei Chan, 24, who had just finished her studies and was scheduled to come home this week, was stabbed "multiple times" by Khalesa in a hallway of the dormitory at the Caribbean Medical University in Willemstad, a police spokesman said today.

Chan, a Richardinson High School and Rutgers University graduate, was coming to the aid of a professor, Dr. F*** S***, who had been stabbed by Khalesa, police said.

Schoop revealed this morning that Khalesa had been taking prescription medication for depression. He did not know if Khalesa, of Dubai, who had transferred from a medical school in Egypt just last month, was on or off his medication at the time of the