Body found believed that of Mt. Raini...

Body found believed that of Mt. Rainier gunman

There are 8 comments on the CBS News story from Jan 2, 2012, titled Body found believed that of Mt. Rainier gunman. In it, CBS News reports that:

Police said a body believed to be that of a gunman suspected in the shooting death of a park ranger has been found, but the identity has not yet been confirmed.

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very strange

Covington, VA

#1 Jan 2, 2012
Did this man "kill himself" like the april 16 virginia tech shooter and the recent shooter at virginia tech?? Its really strange how these people always "kill themselves"
Too

Huntsville, AL

#2 Jan 2, 2012
many gun nuts.
Capt Crunch

Fountain Hills, AZ

#3 Jan 2, 2012
very strange wrote:
Did this man "kill himself" like the april 16 virginia tech shooter and the recent shooter at virginia tech?? Its really strange how these people always "kill themselves"
You call it strange? I believe it is the remnant of the ultimate goodness that God has given us.
Tractored out by the cats

Columbiana, OH

#4 Jan 2, 2012
Well his one year old child is better off today.
lol

China

#5 Jan 2, 2012
isn't that the bad guy from rocky IV?

Since: Dec 11

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#6 Jan 2, 2012
The whole story is a shame and sad on many levels.

Granted that PTSD may have led to the shooting and indeed, PTSD is a very real condition for those who have served in combat. The only problem I see is that we may be following suit w/respect to the mindset that many people had re our Vietnam vets who returned and where people thought that they were loose cannons due to having served in Nam/combat.

I would be interested in knowing what the VA may have or have not done and which may or may not have contributed to the incident. Also whether the shooter may have suffered a traumatic brain injury which can contribute to a person's behavior.

Despite the incident, it cannot go unsaid that he served this country and made sacrifices that are appreciated.

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#7 Jan 2, 2012
Tractored out by the cats wrote:
Well his one year old child is better off today.
Not really. His child will always have the shadow of what his father did hanging over his head. It will imprint the child's life. The shooter's family/loved ones left behind are just as much victims as the family and loved ones of the victim(s).

On one hand in the child's eyes his father was a hero who served in Iraq and on the other hand he murdered that park ranger in cold blood. Hopefully, the child will receive the proper counseling to see that things are resolved in the child's mind. I trust as well that the child has a good support system to see to it that the child properly adjusts to what at some time later may affect the child on many levels during adolescence/adulthood.
Jim G

United States

#8 Jan 5, 2012
As more of these tattooed freaks come back and are not labotomized, we will see more of this shit. In WW2 they labotomized the ones that came back and couldn't fit into civilization.

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