Glaucon wrote:I wish we would not use or even know his name. I wish reporting on this stuff would leave these guys nameless and faceless. I wish the media/press would enter a convenant about that, agreeing to not report on this side of the story. Because I know that everyone talking about them is the thing these guys are really after.
But it creates more people who fantasize about having their name in flashing lights.
Usually the powerless and the nameless want to be somebody. Even if they don't get to see the aftermath - more people are "inspired" or, more aptly put, incited, into doing similar acts.
I think the killer should always remain nameless.
Meriasek wrote:My thoughts are also with the remaining family of the perpetrator, as well as of course all the victims and their families.
To have any form of mental health problems in ones close family is deeply upsetting, I can't imagine how it must feel to have someone close to me do something like this.
I wonder if he was even on the radar as having serious mental health problems? It is the big blind spot in our health systems. No doubt it will come out in due course.
Kaitlin wrote:Why is it that people immediately go to the crazy defense?
Kaitlin wrote:If it is found out that he was mentally unstable and they were aware and didn't take the proper precautions I hold them just as responsible for each and every death.
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