Wife-Killer Closer To Release; Knows What Triggers "Psychotic Reactions"
A Yale professor told the board that supervises treatment for the state's criminally insane that wife-killer David Messenger is unlikely to commit acts of violence if he is released into the community.
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#1 Jul 2, 2012
Good. Require that the Yale professor rent a room in his house for Messenger. Maybe he can employ him as a baby sitter for his children.
To me this is positive proof that a collage education does not neccessarily make a person "smarter". What an idiotic position.
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