He was a qualified IT specialist__ all his employer cared about was providing bodies for billings.<quoted text>
Well, I think he was 28 or so, nevertheless; he was an adult and can choose to play video games if he wanted to, he's not a child.
He obviously had mental illness issues, told people he was hearing voices etc. however, what can the police do? Pick up everyone who may have a mental illness? No one could predict that he would become a mass murderer.
I agree that it is weird to play these games and I agree that the violence depicted in them is horrible. Why are young men so attracted to this? I think it desensitizes indiscriminate killing; and the more people you kill in the games, the more points you have. Its sick to be sure; but, do we want to live in a country with censorship? Notice that most of these mass killers seem to be the quiet loner types, isolated from the world around them. It's sad.
Probably need to fix that eh?
Does anyone here know who his actual employer was?