POSTED: Saturday, December 15, 2012 - 5:32pm
UPDATED: Sunday, December 16, 2012 - 4:48pm
he say's it's not gun control to blame, it's video games.
Tyler, Texas — A local peace officer felt compelled to speak out about the mass shooting that took place in Connecticut, he says it's another tragedy to add to a list of many if America doesn't stop and recognize the real problem.
Although this officer choose to remain anonymous, he says he felt the need to speak up about this. The has worked with the criminally insane for the last 5 years. He says it is not gun control that is the issue, it's American's inability to recognize a mental illness. He says working with insane people has taught him to recognize various signs of strange or withdrawn behaviors, but not everyone is educated.
He says another issue that people aren't addressing in this equation is the issue of video games, "the shooter being into these video games, a lot of these games are very very violent games where their main objective is to shoot as many people as they can indiscriminately, in order to win that game, and you mix that with mental illness and you have a recipe for disaster."