I never said it did, which is why I can understand the police acted with the means they had at their disposal.
I'm just saying it's a tragedy because it's entirely possible it could have been prevented if health care and mental illness was a priority, not just seen as a "money drain". And unfortunately it is in the states. I hope they learn from this and can accept that prevention is better than "cure" when the cure is to kill the person suffering from mental illness. I just highly doubt it will be. And thats sad.
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