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School Shooting in Chardon, OH. Shooter was a social outcast, bullied...

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Wrong Opinion

Wrong Opinion
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Being in the Northeast of Ohio this strikes "close to home".


As soon as I heard, I had suspicions it was likely the work of a tortured soul lashing out at soceity using the only form of expression he had ever been taught: violence.


Yet another example of how imperative it is we raise future humans not to speak that language, as it were.


Alan Chapman

Alan Chapman
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About the author: Dr. Frank Ochberg is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Michigan
State University and former Associate Director of the National Institute
of Mental Health.

Why does America lead the world in school shootings?

There is no single, certain answer to these questions. The possible
factors include failure by classmates, parents and school officials to
see the warning signs; bullying and revenge; serious mental illness;
violent role models; drugs; access to guns, and a culture that condones

What could possibly be the problem, I wonder?

Child Abuse: The U.S. is #1

U.S. Leads Developed World in Child Abuse Death Rate

Let us not forget about religious fanaticism.


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I wonder how likely it is he was taking psychotropic medication...