People probably already know this, but the ESPN comments section might be the worst thing on the internet. http://espn.go.com/n...e-team-facility
95% of these people deserve to have their computers destroyed by a 9 iron.
You know, ESPN has the ability to shut down the comments section. The fact that they haven't yet just makes me respect them even less.
Also, as badly as I feel for the mother, it may be a good thing he was there this morning. She was able to protect the baby (possibly during, and for sure after the shooting), and once the shock wears off she may even be able to shed some light on why something so tragic happened. As always in a case like this there will likely be more questions than answers, but to have some insight as to what happened leading up to the final moment may help more than just the investigators. I think the most important thing to do in situations like these is to learn from them, and she was there the moment that switch popped. I just hope they give her some time to recover, because I can't imagine what she is going through.
Edited by LogansDad, 01 December 2012 - 01:30 PM.