At the same time, the Aspergers community came under attack because the killer had an Aspergers diagnosis. That however, had nothing to do with his this psychopathic decision to commit such a violent act. Aspergers does not equate planned violence.
There are so many faces of autism that are human, positive and struggling to survive in this world that is sometimes completely alien to them. A world where they often feel alone and totally misunderstood. They are more likely to be the victims of violence rather than the perpetrators.
I have two of those boys.
This is what Aspergers is:
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Wishing you a Peaceful and Happy 2013!