Source: Arch Neurol. 2012;69(5):636-643. doi:10.1001/archneurol.2011.845 and Psychiatric News | March 02, 2012 Volume 47 Number 5 page 16a-16a
Source: Aurora, Colorado
According to the news (which can NOT generally be trusted as a reliable and well informed source) the massacre was comitted by someone who suffers from a psychiatric disorder. In Europe, this person would be convicted of the crime and then - due to the fact of the psychiatric disorder - forced to treatment and not EVER be released before a psychiatrist asserts that NO danger is to be expected any more.
In America, - at least this is the view we get here in Europe -, this person might either be executed (in a "few" years.....sometimes as many as two decades), or released as not guilty without further compulsory treatment.
I do NOT know, if this is actually the case. But from a Eurpean POV, this is what "America" (US), usually does.
Is that fair?
Is that beneficial for the community/society?
Pietro Gareri, MD, PhD, Ambulatory Center for Dementia, Catanzaro, Italy. Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) 2012. Developing Topics Sessions Presentation 04-12-05. Presented July 18, 2012.
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