Parkland Gunman Explained to Forensic Psychiatrist Why He Chose Valentine’s Day

Parkland gunman explained to forensic psychiatrist why he chose valentine's day

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Forensic psychiatrist Dr. Charles Scott said that the Parkland gunman explained to him why he chose Valentine’s Day to murder 17 people and injured 17 others in 2018. “He described how he had difficulty with Valentine’s Day because he had no one to love or know when to love him. And so that was a day of his choosing,” Dr. Scott said.

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