Jurgen Horst Whitfield talked about Nazis surrounding his mother as he was led in shackles out of a Dickson County courtroom Monday on his way for another mental evaluation before he can stand trial for the 2011 beating death of his elderly mother. Judge Robert Burch ordered Whitfield to be taken back to Middle Tennessee Mental Health Institute, where he will undergo another session of evaluation and treatment after his attorney said he is not competent to stand trial on a charge of second-degree murder in the death of Ingrid Maria Whitfield. “He’s wanting to fire me,” 23rd Judicial District Public Defender Jake Lockert told Burch during a brief hearing in Charlotte Monday. Clutching a wrinkled sheet of paper on which “FIRE LAWYER” was written in large block letters, Whitfield told the judge, “I’m not being represented properly.” Whitfield claimed that in the 16 months he has been in jail, his attorney has only been to see him a few times and has not returned multiple phone calls. But Burch told Whitfield he has a court-appointed attorney in the public defender. “You didn’t hire your lawyer, so you can’t fire him,” Burch said. Lockert told Burch that Whitfield has already spent over 60 days at MTMHI undergoing treatment and evaluation and doctors are still working on his medication and the facility would like the court to order Whitfield into the secure side for further evaluation. Burch granted the order and as Whitfield was led from the courtroom he talked about Nazis surrounding his mother and calling her “Nazi Schotzie.” “He’s in a different world,” Lockert told the court, saying he had been to jail to visit Whitfield multiple times in trying to prepare his defense. Whitfield was indicted in October for the beating death of his 78-year-old mother in their home on Old Eastside Road in Burns. Whitfield called 911 on Christmas Eve 2011 and reported his mother was unresponsive. She died the following day from what the medical examiner determined to be blunt force trauma and Whitfield was charged after admitting he struck his mother with his hands. Whitfield reportedly has been treated over 20 years for paranoia and schizophrenia and Lockert said he’s not sure his client will ever be competent to stand trial. No new trial date was set during Monday’s hearing. Whitfield remains jailed on $1 million bond.