5 thoughts on “A Good Man Dies – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. I am saddened by your loss. I think it is wrong to to blame the drugs though, or the guns. They both obviously acted triggers in this case, but many people use both without ever engaging any such horrors. I also don’t see how one could be confident the son stays away from such triggers if released, and hence support the prosecutor’s insistence on setting such a high bail.

      1. I think I agree with your wife, too. But the son, if he does receive treatment or psychological help, will be given only services to determine if he is psychologically capable of standing trial. Once he enters the system, even for a few years — which he will — even if he could be rehabilitated, the prison system will make sure he exits a totally damaged personality. Besides the killing and the ruin of a family, this is the avoidable tragedy.

        1. Couldn’t agree with you more, David. For troubled people like the son, our system is death.

          What an awful tragedy, my heart goes out to the family.

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