- Jul 11, 2019
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I have so many thoughts, feelings and questions about what happened.
I have not put my two cents in because I would lean towards the thought that, as often, people are not going to agree with or like what I have to say.
If anyone reads this and takes the time to process it, I have to start with this:
What the shooter did is the lowest action that any individual can take in this lifetime. It is deplorable, disgusting. No amount of abuse they MAY have suffered will be explained or leveled by the murder of innocents.
My THEORY is killer was admonished daily by their family because of their orientation. The family is religious. This type of lifestyle to them was a choice. They were embarrassed and ashamed that their child could be anything but a straight person that followed their path.
If the Manifesto were to be released, some questions would be answered that loom large.
Was conversion therapy used? Did the killer feel that everyone was against them?
We know that there was Asperger's or some type of Autism that put the killer on the spectrum, don't we? Could that have played a part in not being able or possibly allowed to have healthy coping mechanisms?
To me, it sounds as though this killer always felt like an abomination. Now, they proved that very thing to be true.
I would also like to remind people about certain laws being passed in Tennessee that target certain types of people.
Maybe with everything thrown together, it was enough for this killer to flip a switch.
Yes, the manifesto should be public. It's the law. No, it will NEVER explain or excuse what this person has done.
Child and animal killers are the absolute worst.
IMO, Something important in those documents holds information that exposes treatment of certain people. I don't know by whom. But it's there and that is probably why this is being held back.
This is the United States. It's public information. Redact names. Redact addresses and phone numbers. Protect the victims.
This is ALL. JMO