The killings in Virginia
Thursday April 19, 2007
Dear Dr. Miller:
I guess you have read about the killings of 33 students in Virginia by a disturbed student who also took his life.
The newspaper accounts show a person who was tortured and took it out on his fellow students who apparently he felt very estranged from.
I’ve been reading your books for several years now and have learned that many if not most of our physical/psychological ills comes from our upbringing.
What comment do you have about this most unfortunate event?
AM: The killer was in psychiatric treatment and took antidepressants, but his rage must have been stronger than all these drugs. Isn’t it amazing that in the long discussions of this case nobody raised the question whom he hated so much and WHY?