Again we are reminded that ignoring families experiencing mental health crises is dangerous. Please urge your congressional representatives to support H.R.3717 - "Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act." The current health care system does not usually act to treat someone unless he/she PROVES through violence to be a danger to self and others. That may help prison investors, but it does nothing to save taxpayers' money, increase community safety, or restore sick people to wholesome lives. Too often, proof comes in bloodshed, which is unfair to the sick people as well as to the community at large.
Peter Rodger, Elliot's father, was an assistant director on the 2012 film “The Hunger Games.” He also directed a 2009 documentary, “Oh My God,” in which various people were asked to answer the question, “What is God?” Elliot Rodger made numerous videos warning about his intentions. He complained about being a virgin at age 22 and declared his plan to make girls pay for ignoring him on the "day of retribution." See the video embedded below and at the YouTube link
In the final analysis, Elliot Rodger and six other people near UC Santa Barbara lost their lives for the same reason as the Darrin Rainey, a Florida inmate, and Jerome Murdough, a homeless New York inmate, and this writer's brother, Larry Neal, a Tennessee mental patient, and Gus Deeds, a Virginia mental patient: The system awaits a crime to excuse arresting the mentally ill rather than treating people timely and avoiding disasters. See the index that should appear on the right side of the blog. Sometimes stalkers move it as censorship in order to keep placing prison profits before human beings without your objections. Thank you in advance.
Mentally Ill Americans Need Dog Justice. Treat mental illness medically, not legally. Advocate for U.S. Congress to pass H.R.3717 - Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act. Elect people who promote justice for all. Waiting for sick people to prove they need help leads to tragedies. Please help families in mental health crisis. Ignore them, and the family in crisis could be your own.