Pastor and family of Hanukkah party suspect say he is mentally ill

Pastor and family of Hanukkah party suspect say he is mentally ill

The family of Grafton Thomas - the suspect in the Hanukkah party stabbings - has claimed that he has a history of mental illness. His pastor of 10 years has said that Grafton suffered from mental illness for 20 years. Thomas was arraigned Sunday and pleaded not guilty to five counts of attempted murder and one count of burglary. Bail was set at $5 million and he remains jailed.

Chris
Chris
christine hancock
christine hancock 2 months

No, Pastor. Murder is not a sign of stable mental health, but allow me to explain why insanity is a very poor excuse. Plan, target, execution. These are not the actions of a crazy person. Now, they can be the result of insane beliefs, or the plan of someone with murderous intent who doesn't want to get his hands dirty. Do you, Mr Pastor, know anything about where your good, murdering Christian parisioner may have picked up on these beliefs or plans? Are there any other membets of your flock who may also have similar beliefs or plans. Thank God (if we even worship the same god), I don't rule the United States as a dictator. I would have you investigated as well and your parishers, and so with every church , school, or organization with mass murderers or terrorists that claim membership.

Edward Williams
Edward Williams 2 months

And the ADL is silent.

Paris Cloud
Paris Cloud 2 months

I'd plead not guilty regardless of if I had done it or not, but especially if I had done it.

Sir_Kutz
Sir_Kutz 2 months

Well no shit he’s mentally ill, don’t think he should be greeted by teddy bears and roses because of it.

eddy yetty
eddy yetty 2 months

Its interesting the selective nature of the reports of antisemitic attacks lately...

Akira6968
Akira6968 2 months

This white supremacy has got to stop, y'all.

plastic African
plastic African 2 months

Oh right yeah what's his name?

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