Commonalities in Mass Shooters
Mass shooters have experienced childhood
trauma and exposure to violence at a young age.
Mass shooters reach an identifiable crisis point
becoming angry, despondent, and suicidal.
Mass shooters study other mass shooters to find
validation for their method and motive to kill.
Once mass shooters commit to their plan,
they need access people, places, and firearms.
This year has been the worst on record for mass shootings, including many at places of worship. Source: Los Angeles Times Authors: Jillian Peterson and James DensleyRead More