Even before the victims are counted and the blood dried after mass shootings, the public, press, and politicians all begin searching to understand what drove the perpetrators. This is important as a matter of law enforcement— Did they work alone? Is there a remaining threat? —and to make sense of the senseless. But it also serves an important psychological purpose: If the killer can be fit into a known profile, it provides some minimal comfort to an otherwise horrifyingly random crime, some feeling that the key to preventing the next tragedy is just doing a better job of recognizing people like him (it’s almost always a him) and stopping them.
Animal abuse should be taken VERY seriously, as when people abuse animals at a young age, these same people will abuse people and animals at an adult age. Animal abuse should be taken into a law by governments, but unfortunately, governments do not accept this way of thinking. Take Canada for instance, when this was brought up in the government house for as law, under Bill 246. Trudeau, our Prime Minister, shut it down, as this was not important. When is this going to become important? People should hit their members of parliament to bring this matter up into a question period to get the law changed. GOD HELP US!!!