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Old Today, 06:21 AM
 
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Mental illness, nothing more.
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Old Today, 07:00 AM
 
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Mental illness, nothing more.

Not in this case. Unless willing and habitual criminal behavior is considered mental illness. This creep has a sheet a couple miles long going way back, Drugs, weapons, robbery all the major areas of study. He didn't obtain any of his weapons legally and simply put he is nothing more than an armed, violent purveyor of modern chemistry.


He is well known in the neighborhood and it seems the folks there were actually backing him up over the police. I figure he has been a large "employer" and other economic factor there.


Amongst other things. I'm rather surprised his rifle was semi auto only, but maybe it wasn't as we don't have those details yet. Could be he just didn't know how to work the selector or that he didn't want to waste ammunition. Hard to say.


At any rate mental illness had nothing to do with this. Nor did lenient firearms laws. This cretin would have had these weapons if everything he had was banned from general use. Who knows, they could be Fast and Furious weapons still in circulation.


This guy is living proof of the ineffectiveness of firearms laws. Besides a scant few that prohibited him from getting legal weapons.
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