dr marten biker boots ‘We are very much at risk right now for a recurrence’
LAS VEGAS (WKRN) Talk show host and psychologist Dr. Phil is in Las Vegas speaking with the victims of the nation’s deadliest mass shooting.
As people try to make sense of the tragedy, Dr. Phil says only a truly demented person lives in such an extreme to carry out such an evil.
basically set up a killing field. This is happening more frequently. And it just doesn I mean it just doesn make sense. The significance that it happened in Las Vegas, it just people coming from all over the world to come here. And so you get a cross section where it touches every part of the United States and every part of the world, Dr. Phil continued.
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He also warned mass tragedies such as these can often be contagious.
“There is clearly a contagion effect for these types of things. We see it in two particular areas. One is suicide. If a suicide happens and it gets glamorized in the media, we see an uptick. We see this contagion effect and copycat occurrences,
and when you have this kind of violent act that gets so much coverage, it brings out these extremists, these unstable individuals that are likely to replicate this sort of thing,” Dr. Phil said.
He continued, “So I think we are very much at risk right now for a recurrence of this type thing in the near future,
not just in the United States but in other places as well.”
He also said he has personally stayed at the Mandalay Bay dozens of times and looked out the window at the view below. He says to stand there now is chilling.
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