Mental health experts declined to commit Thousand Oaks gunman Ian David Long after April disturbance

Mental health experts were quick to warn that there is not a link between mental illness and mass shootings.

Mental health experts declined to commit Thousand Oaks gunman Ian David Long after April disturbance



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  1. The headline does not match the caption

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  2. What happened to everything involving the shooting being free

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  3. Ahem, that one Colorado shooting at the theater WAS

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  4. Technically, no there isn’t…. until they legally buy a gun and a truckload of ammo…. NOW!!…. there’s a helluva link!!!

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  5. Not a link?? A sane person would not do this! Those “experts” fail time & time again in reporting these people & taking away theor guns! They should be held accountable.

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  6. Any mental health expert who thinks this suicide (and that’s what this is) was not connected to ALL the many red flags this guy was flying, should quit and try to do a better job at garbageman.

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  7. Mental health issues exist all over the world in every damn country and the only difference between them and us is easy access to weapons of mass destruction! When law enforcement is no match for these gunmen-something is ass backwards!

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