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AsteroidX

Crime or Growing Frustration ?

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AsteroidX

With the increasing number of these incidents across the country are we seeing the growing frustration towards our Gvmnt being unleashed or is this a simple deranged crime spree. Most "criminals" dont commit suicide is my evidence, it is something more and they take there opinions to the grave rather then court of opinion.

http://news.yahoo.com/gunman-kills-3-carjacking-spree-160942327--abc-news-topstories.html

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Mr.United_Nations

They just want attention

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Corp

Deranged crime spree. And even if he was somehow frustrated with the government it was still a deranged crime spree.

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Hasina

When you're frustrated, you punch a wall, not commit mass murder.

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Cradle of Fish

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Cradle of Fish

There could be many overlapping causes - poor mental health care and the prescription of antidepressants with no follow up, ease of availability of guns, violent culture, economic woes. Media oversaturation of these events might even be inspiring certain individuals to plan and commit shooting sprees of their own.

I don't think you can point the finger at any one thing in society. Everything has to be examined equally.

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