Yes, it is. You seem to be taking the word of one man versus an entire dept. Not to say that stuff doesn't happen, and "the man" is always right, but you're lending credibility on what grounds? Because he wrote a "manifesto?" Because he went "postal" so he must have had a good reason?
Is that actually your basis for justifying his actions? C'mon now, you have to be more realistic than that, you are from NJ aren't you? (LOL)
Look, people get fired, it happens all the time. Why does it have to be a big conspiracy every time something like this happens? The guy got fired, he couldn't handle it for whatever reason, and went nuts. Plain and simple.
I def was NOT taking his side, nor condoning anything he did. nor giving ANY credibility to what he did.
just stating that it was pretty obvious he was ok with dying for his beliefs.
so in his mind those beliefs had to be pretty strong, to push someone to become so extreme