By Tom Knighton
Most people won’t remember his name this time next week, and that’s good. Unlike the gunmen responsible for Las Vegas and Sutherland Springs, the 25-year-old man in Seattle, Washington won’t even rate as an answer in a game of Trivial Pursuit.
And that’s a good thing because Seattle police stopped his rampage before it could start.
Seattle police say a Covington man wanted to commit mass murder and that he threatened to take aim at a Seattle Church.
When they moved in, they found he had an AR-15.
The suspect allegedly referenced the recent mass shooting at a Texas church,
Court documents call the threats alarming.
They were issued over several weeks. They culminated with the threat to the Cross and Crown Church on 12th Avenue Northeast in the University District the day after the Texas church massacre.
According to court documents, 25-year-old Edward Goga had already threatened to burn down the church.
But he hadn’t had contact with the Cross and Crown for a year and a half.
Still, the court documents say Goga was upset because church members had suggested he seek medical help.
It sounds like Goga probably needed the medical help suggested. Normal, adjusted people don’t plan on shooting up churches.
Luckily, in this case, the police apprehended the suspect and no one was hurt.
However, it also highlights one of the major things lacking from most discussions, and that’s a look at just why people consider these attacks in the first place. We’re not putting any resources into finding the causes of such attacks. Instead, all the focus remains on blaming the instrument used rather than the insanity responsible.
These people are mentally unbalanced. We know this. Anyone with three functioning brain cells knows this. In fact, not even the gun grabbers dispute this one.
So why is the suggestion that we should Click to see the original article