A Mental Portrait

Las Vegas shooting, the deadliest shooting in the history of the U.S., has puzzled the public. The gunman committed no prior violence, he had no history of mental health issues, and there was no terrorist connection. It wasn’t for revenge and he didn’t have an issue adjusting to culture. So, what was his motive? Only several months later, another shooting happened in Parkland Florida. The gunman there reportedly said, “I want to be a professional school shooter”.


Jing Liu

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