Body Language – Parkland Shooter, Nikolas Cruz

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jimmer
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It’s a fact that this person is demented and that plenty of agencies were warned repeatedly before he acted out.
Those agencies (psych and law) should be held equally responsible for those deaths.
You’re damn right, our PC institutions are letting us down.

Carrie McCarthy
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This was so interesting. He needed help so badly.

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Right, Jimmer and Mandy. The restorative justice program implemented in the school by the protoge of Obamaite Arne Duncan prevented him getting arrested at school, which could have prevented gun purchase. The corrupt Sherriff”s department program to prevent criminalizing youth prevented him from getting arrested at home when he put a gun to the brother’s head, which would have taken his guns away. The goof that evaluated him at the hospital determined that he was not a danger to self or others because he lied to the evaluator and they believed the lie. Had he been put in the psych ward as he should have, this also would have pullled his guns. I have sent hundreds of dangerous teens to the psych ward to be evaluated. The last few years even if they make threats or try to jump out a fifth floor window, if they appear calm and deny suicide or homicide ideation, they get cut loose instead of hospitalized. Multiple system failure due to denial that many teens are dangerous and need to be locked up in a safe location and medicated if necessary. His record clearly shows that the idiot adults that had contact with him failed… Read more »

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So much of what the comments and Mandy(the creator??) say make sense and yet it also seems that no one else speaking has really been in mental institutions or even have more severe mental health issues. I have been diagnosed by the state I live in as “Seriously Mentally Ill”, that I can not function without medication. I have always been suicidal, not homicidal, so I can’t speak 100% on the urge to hurt others. That boy has so many mental issues. I don’t believe that his almost constant change from defiant to relaxed to having a panic attack is fully made up by him. I agree that he is in pain and so he goes into that defensiveness/defiant stance to show he isn’t a loser or wimp, to protect himself they only way he knows how. From the rocking and the fists (he was very possibly digging his fingernails into his palms) to his intermittent crying, confusion, and almost physically unable to speak, I have been there. Thoughts of hatred at yourself and hatred towards others because all you want is love and attention or other things like that. For all of that, mentally ill people aren’t necessarily weak… Read more »

youowemeapickle
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I wonder if some of the problems with the lack of mental health care comes about because so many people carelessly use the terms everyday. They claim they are a mental basket, depressed, going crazy, etc…. And from these exclamations, they receive forgiveness for erratic behavior. It doesn’t help that Doctors are giving away pills to too many people without problems and the ones who really need it are not getting them. Politicians don’t earn any votes for providing a state or federal mental health care. Therefore they don’t really care, unless they can bend the actions of the mentally ill to forward their agenda. Believe me, it happens on both sides of the political arena. Its sad because in the end these poor trouble people hurt themselves and others, in the end nothing happens. Nothing changes. No steps to fix the actually problem arise. I am sick of seeing these tragedies end in a battle of gun control instead of mental health reformation. If they only took 10% off the congress and presidential pay and put it towards mental health facilities. That would be a big step, too much to ask for, but would provide an answer to the… Read more »

Kenzie Lynn
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The type of auditory hallucinations experienced by schizophrenics depends upon which country the person grew up in. For example, schizophrenics from the United States hear voices that tell him/her to do “bad” things like “Kill him,” “You are so stupid!”, and “Jump off that bridge now!” Schizophrenics from other countries tend to hear voices that tell him/her to do “good” things like “Help that woman with her bag,” or “Push that little boy on the swing.” It’s really quite an interesting phenomenon.

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