posted on Mar, 26 2012 @ 02:14 AM
Well it was obvious that anyone who would do something like this was not normal at the time it occurred. Normal people do not massacre other people
for any reason, because normal people can deal with their issues normally, which usually avoids any extremes.
With that said, and with what others have said about this soldier, there was obviously something wrong internally, some imbalance in brain chemistry
and/or the firing of neurons or something...I don't know specifics since I'm not a doctor, but from what I do know about the basics, I believe what
I said is correct.
IF this drug caused this action, it will be difficult to prove imo. Of course it would be obvious that this is what caused someone to do something out
of character that was so extreme, the drug I mean, and therefore why should this man be punished...But, he has to be punished, right?
This is going to be complicated. Severely. There are those who want justice, but the person who murdered all those people is not the same person who
will go to jail for it. How you ask? Well, the brain is complicated, and this person will be punished for something he not only has no recollection
of, but for a decision he did not consciously make.