posted on Nov, 29 2013 @ 03:34 PM
I'm of the firm belief that the increase in tragic incidents such as this is the result of the perpetual FEAR being created,instilled, and maintained
within our society (by the government/media/peer groups/etc, ALL of them). People are being conditioned to FEAR practically everything
not immediately familiar to them regardless if there is a valid reason to fear or not, and it's creating an atmosphere of reactionary paranoia that is
becoming closer to mental illness than anything else.
It's sad, and it's a shame.
"There's no doubt in our mind that Mr. Hendrix and his fiance felt threatened," the sheriff told reporters.
However, the sheriff also expressed his view that Hendrix should not have left the house as his fiance stayed on the phone with an emergency
dispatcher, who had sent two sheriff's patrol cars to the residence.
"I believe that he should have stayed inside the home," Wilson said.
Threatened? No, not threatened, IMO, but just scared.
There is a difference.
edit on 29-11-2013 by Liquesence because: (no reason given)