Nothing Abnormal About Vegas Shooter’s Brain

Will there ever be an explanation out there that would satisfy anyone for why the Vegas shooter did what he did? Are there recurring traits that most mass murders have? Thousands of people indulge in high-risk behavior, have anxiety issues, and have problems with their parents, but they also don’t commit mass murders. English writer, psychiatrist and author of the new book “The Proper Procedure and Other Stories,” Theodore Dalrymple joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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