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morris6 Wrote: Jul 21, 2012 7:58 AM
It is mind boggling to have learned that a well-bred medical student with a bright future flushed twelve lives down the drain. He was being trained to save lives not to end them. His actions were a slap in the face to the great American culture.
Kevin 354 Wrote: Jul 21, 2012 8:37 AM
There is nothing American about putting the debts of the world on the shoulders of her young people.
clarityseeker2 Wrote: Jul 21, 2012 8:23 AM
Agreed. However, there is much the human mind is incapable of understanding.
Through this, we are reminded of the fragility of our existence. Not only with he who appears to be a highly intelligent, fully functioning individual.

Some questions will never be answered. It will not prevent us from asking.

After the reality of Colorado’s tragedy has set in, people are looking for answers. While more has been revealed about the alleged gunman James Holmes, the pieces of the puzzle don’t reveal a full picture yet. Holmes, who was initially cooperative with police after the shooting, is refusing to tell police his motive.

What we know:

Holmes, 24, was an intelligent young man with an undergraduate degree in neuroscience from UC Riverside. According to the Los Angeles Times, Holmes had trouble finding work after undergrad before he went back to school for a doctorate in neuroscience at...