Shooter's Mind

By: James Steiner
By: James Steiner

The fifth suspect in a foiled robbery and kidnap attempt remains at large tonight.
In the meantime...the homeowner, Dan Lan, who shot three of the burglars...is concerned the teens will be OK.
Clinical psychologist, Doctor Julius Rogina, says the most basic reaction, in these types of crimes, is to survive.
Rogina says, in most cases, no one wants to shoot anybody.
Rogina says there's feelings of pride, at first, but, then...feelings of sadness.
If there's no history of mental illness, Rogina says a person can usually go on with life.
Rogina says the worst case scenario is that someone develops post traumatic stress disorder.


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