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A jury on Wednesday decided unanimously that Joseph Anthony Mitchell is not guilty of murder and attempted murder after an expert witness said he was effectively unconscious at the time of his attacks four years ago.Jurors had asked Superior Court Judge James Roberson if they could consider a lesser verdict of manslaughter, but the judge said it was all or nothing: murder, or not guilty.Scroll down for videoDevastated:Christine Perolini was so stunned by the ruling that she hyperventilated and had to be wheeled out on a stretcherMitchell, 50, sobbed after the shocking verdict, but made no comment as he walked out of court a free man.His ex wife, Christine Perolini, was so stunned by the ruling that she hyperventilated and had to be wheeled out on a stretcher surrounded by her family.Reacting to the verdict, the grieving mother exclaimed in court: ‘I failed. I couldn’t save him [Blake].’Mitchell testified that he was in financial distress and had not been sleeping well around the time of 4 year old Blake Mitchell’s death in September 2010.Prosecutors said those financial difficulties drove Mitchell to strangle the toddler and try to kill the others. Mitchell’s 13 year old and 10 year old children testified in court that they fought him off.But a defense expert said Mitchell’s stress and lack of sleep likely resulted in ‘non REM parasomnia,’ a sleep disorder whose sufferers can perform random acts unconsciously.