theCryptofishist wrote:He probably needed involuntary commitment, or at least someone to make sure he took his meds...
That's a little harsh, I guess. I know first hand how brutal bi-polar can be--and Scott was not in Addis' league.
This is also reference in Rest in Peace, and Knowmad bumped Suicidal Tendencies. Not sure if this should be attached to one of the earlier Addis threads.
theCryptofishist wrote:Prison isn't much of a solution to anything. Triply true for mental illness.
wh..sh wrote:theCryptofishist wrote:Prison isn't much of a solution to anything. Triply true for mental illness.
I always thought of prison as means of segregation, never as a solution. You know, "keeping the definitely dangerous people away from potentially dangerous people" kind of thing.
Shambala wrote:The prison sentence was related to the conviction of "arson of an occupied structure", much like setting an occupied movie theater on fire.
Shambala wrote:Anyone who would set an occupied structure on fire would be considered mentally ill.
stretch80 wrote:No one deserves to go out like this: http://sfappeal.com/news/2012/10/man-wh ... -addis.php
My condolences to his family and friends!
From the first time I heard about Paul (the morning after he arsoned the Man during my 1st burn) until now, I have wondered what motivated him to do what he does... It is a shame he was unable to find what he needed.
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