jonkanner Wrote:
Dec 18, 2012 5:28 PM
Hey, if he was aware and thoughtful enough to work through all the steps (including getting the jump on mom, stealing ammo and reloading , driving to innocent victims aplenty , etc etc), then he was fully able to know he was doing wrong, and I would argue unable to avoid realizing that what he was about to do and then was doing was wrong. Perhaps one could consider his suicide proof of his knowledge of the wrongness? or perhaps not. While we could argue at length from incomplete data about how well he understood just how evil a thing he was doing, there can be no reasonable doubt about the conclusion that it was evil nor about the conclusion that he knew it was evil even if in his self-absorbed anger he felt justified.