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-- we got word this morning that your car's -- I have was transferred from the hospital.
Where he had been recovering from the injuries that he sustained in a shootout with police.
And he's now -- in prison.
As the legal process moves forward.
But what we want to talk to you about was to try to get inside the minds and -- Joseph Carr and his brother -- -- and trying to figure out exactly what it was.
That was that was going on for them maybe more so for camera -- the older brother.
That led them on this path.
And as you learn to read and listen to the family members in the interviews that they've given is -- is jumped out -- you that's given you any more clarity.
In the last week about what it might be the cause he's got to do this.
Well you know when you approach things is a forensic psychiatrist which is.
My stock and trade my sub specialty psychiatrist forensic psychiatry.
You meet the whole story.
And so you'd want it look at the crucible potentially in which the elder brother was created.
That was his mental state prior to the being if you will.
Interest did in or commandeered by it however you want to look at it by radical Islam.
What was his mental state was he depressed.
What did it mean.
-- did his family members were as number one geographically removed as his -- was.
As we now know his mother to -- What did it mean even that he was a boxer.
And -- repeated head -- None of these things being excuses mind you but what we have here is a young.
And who became.
-- -- Irrational believed that exercising his beliefs entitled him to destroy and blow up other people.
Now the road there could be twisty and and in very very unpredictable.
But it may have run through its -- Possible it would have run through severe depression it's awesome.
He won alliance that has struck me that I've read in the news accounts is that sort of that the assertion that he had grown upset that the world viewed.
Muslims and and and and is Islam in general as they did as a dangerous religion is dangerous people -- be upset.
That their religion have been stereotyped as being dangerous.
Or violent and yet that person would -- act out in such a violent -- Right -- -- psychiatry is the art of metaphors so the idea that he latches on to this movement.
That feel disenfranchised.
May reflect the extent to which he felt he felt as an individual disenfranchised.
By everyone in the world.
These things because.
Of someone who is vulnerable to being violent and this irrational they become.
He doesn't want to look at it why isn't my father with me why is my mother and not.
Did you can't they seem to make it in the world.
Absent the answers to those questions and the willingness to go looking at yourself.
You can easily.
Desire to be distracted by how disenfranchised.
A whole group is how misunderstood.
And then the release comes pouring forth because you did nothing.
To address it really -- still -- and reached -- and miserable person who distracting yourself with a cause.
A lot of the cause but -- cause.
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