Two years after a terrorist attack killing 14 people, San Bernardino has been hit again with an elementary school shooting which left three people dead. The shooter was the husband of the special needs teacher at North Park Elementary School. The couple had been separated for the last month and the man had a criminal record including domestic violence, weapons possession and drug possession. This connects to just about every past shooting in modern day America, whether it be at a school or anywhere. What it seems like to me is that the killers always slip under the radar of the authorities, even though they usually have some violent condition or past criminal record which makes them dangerous to others. This is a terrible act, especially since it seems so close to home, and it makes me think about how this could happen literally any day, anywhere, even at Aragon, which is a sad reality to live in. How do you think these killers keep slipping under the authority's radar? We've seen the elementary and middle schools around our community becoming fenced off to the surrounding neighborhood. Is this enough to protect children in school from the potential threat of shootings? This last question is a bit different. What do you think goes through the mind of a person that makes them want to commit such a horrible crime?