A mother's prayer for much-needed mental health services


AALRR, of counsel attorney Elizabeth Estes published in SFGATE, Monday, May 26, 2014

In September 1990, the fall of my senior year at UC Berkeley, a man came into the bar I was in with my friends and started shooting us with his automatic weapon. He was sure the American government was using him telepathically and had not been able to convince the government to pay him. So he decided he was going to take some young Americans hostage to get his point across, and he did. Over the course of the evening, one student died and many were wounded before the sun rose and the gunman died himself at the hands of a SWAT team.

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