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And you're certain that she didn't have any of those items in place? Maybe she did.
If she didn't, I would agree that was a tragic mistake.
Regardless, locks have keys and/or combinations. Keys can be located and passwords tend to be written down thus possibly found.
We'll probably never know the details on any of this. If she had her firearms secured and she didn't secure the keys and codes, she still showed bad judgement. I get so frustrated when I read news stories that leave basic questions like this unanswered and it's a common problem. It seems that the news media's product is entertainment, not education.
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Is there a medication link to these outbursts?
At the very least we should consider whether our kids need more exercise. My kids are so busy with homework some weeks they seldom get any sunlight. Why put so much unnatural stress on children?
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