Evil at UC Santa Barbara

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The dead were not yet buried when the blame game began. Why didn't the (fill in the blank--sheriff's office, therapist, gun dealer, university, parents) do something that could have prevented the mass killings around the UC Santa Barbara campus? To blame is to believe that somehow we can prevent heinous acts of mass killing through legislation, litigation, negotiation. But...can any society or institution prevent the presence of evil in an individual's heart?

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