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November 10, 2009



I'm glad you point this out.

Obviously there's no excuse for this attack. But isn't just as safe to assume that this guy, a psychiatrist for the military, had experienced too much pain of war both from his own experiences and of his patients, and that that coupled with the fact that he was about to be sent on another tour of duty just caused him to snap?

Assuming this attack was fueled by his religion without any kind of facts is just as wrong and prejudiced as assuming something based on race.

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