You then went on to try and defend your argument... copying verbatim from Wiki.
And you are wrong.Nope, I claimed there is no evidence to suggest he was mentally ill. There isn't. Reading comprehension. Use it.
Only 89% chance! Hey, and guess what, I was right! Neener.It's almost like you didn't read it: The source said MAY result from mental illness, not that it is specifically a symptom of it. Again, reading comprehension.
Substance abuse psychosis is a mental illness.Lol, again reading comprehension, what the source is stating is that psychosis includes substance induced psychosis. Seriously, if you can't even read the basics of the very sources you're reading, why go into the more complex stuff that has commas?
Still trying this silly argument? I'd give it up after failing so horribly to comprehend your own source.
You have conflated mental illness stats in a given year with mental illness stats over a lifetime. NAMI estimates that in any given year there are 61 million people who experience mentally illness (where you get your 20% from). Over a LIFETIME, however, your 45-81% number is not an astonishing number if you consider that it's not all the same 60 million people every year dealing with mental illness.Good grief, you do realize that the source states that 50 to 91% of the US population has had homicidal ideation? If your reading comprehension was anywhere near as good as you pretend it is, we'd then have to say that 45% to 81% of the US is mentally ill. However, the most liberal estimates put it somewhere at ~20% (or 1 in 5 Americans). Do you not see a contradiction within this? How only ~20% of the population can be mentally ill by the most liberal estimates but if your flawed attempt to play psychologist works, psychologists have been off by a a factor of 2 or 3 at best?
You have lost the topic in a "square isn't a rectangle" fashion. Homicidal Idceation is a disorder, and is a very common cause of admission to psychiatric treatment. We are discussing a murder who no doubt experienced Homicidal Ideation before he murdered 10 people. And, as the story unfolds he indeed appears to have had delirium and a drug induced psychosis.That should give you a damn clue as to how silly your entire statement is. Homicidal ideation is the thought of wanting to kill somebody. It's not a mental illness, it can be a symptom of it, but not necessarily. However, even with that said, there is no evidence to suggest that this person was mentally ill. That remains true.
Sorry for the spoilers.
Precisely. He was mentally ill.He blamed all blacks for perceived crimes.
This is funny! Now that you have decided to use Wikipedia for your own argument you stopped accusing me of using Wikipedia! Such transparent hypocrisy from you is ... disappointing.Your diagnosis is WebMD nonsense.