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originally posted by: Mikeultra
Here is a screen capture from the Youtube video that I posted to above. You can clearly read the Glass label on the brown crate. This photo may have been taken Saturday morning as the lighting appears to be daytime. But the crate was there Friday night before the "shooting".
originally posted by: starviego
The killings in the apartment must have been a hellavu struggle. But the neighbors didn't hear anything? Hmm...
The Isla Vista attacks echo a Feb. 23, 2001, incident in which four pedestrians were run down and killed by David Attias, then a freshman at UC Santa Barbara. Attias drove his Saab at 60 mph into a large crowd in Isla Vista, killing Nicholas Shaw Bourdakis, Christopher Divis, both 20, Ruth Levy, 20, and 27-year-old Ellie Israel. Another victim, Albert Levy, was permanently injured. David Attias David Attias, the UC Santa Barbara student who plowed through four students in Isla Vista in 2001, leaves Santa Barbara Court after being sentenced to Patton State Hospital. (Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times) After plowing through the crowd, Attias jumped on the car, held both arms in a boxing stance and declared, “I’m the angel of death.”
Both had fathers in the entertainment business.
Attias’ father, Daniel Attias, is a television director who worked on well-known shows such as “The Sopranos” and “True Blood.” Rodger’s father, Peter Rodger, worked as an assistant director on the 2012 film “The Hunger Games.” Their parents tried to seek help for their sons. David Attias' father testified that he tried to persuade his son to take his medication, which he stopped doing when he began attending UC Santa Barbara. He reportedly suffered from mental illness and had been taking numerous medications to control his impulsive behavior.
While Attias’ called himself an "angel of death," Rodger’s described himself as a God in his screed.
originally posted by: Britster1821
That would be a good theory...except he claims in his manifesto, that he didn't take the meds he's prescribed.
But I agree that guns are not the problem.
a reply to: Sremmos80