SYSTEM FAILURE – Navy Yard gunman’s Aaron Alexis’ psychological issues, Well Documented and Reported to Navy

RED FLAGS MISSED – Navy Yard gunman’s Aaron Alexis’ psychological issues, motive focuses after shooting

UPDATE: Police Had Informed The Navy about the strange calls received from Mr. Alexis about his mental health, after he called them multiple times about hearing voices and about being followed.

Describing himself as a Navy contractor, Alexis told police he believed an individual he’d gotten into a verbal spat with had sent three “people to follow him and keep him awake by talking to him and sending vibrations into his body,” according to a police report. Alexis said he hadn’t seen any of these people, but insisted they’d followed him between three hotels in the area — the last being a Marriott, where police investigating a harassment complaint encountered him.

There, Alexis told authorities the unseen individuals continued speaking to him through walls and the floor, and that they used “some sort of microwave machine” to send vibrations into his body to keep him awake.

And recently, Alexis contacted two Veterans Affairs hospitals around the capital, law enforcement sources told CNN. Two indicated he sought help for sleep-related issues, with another source saying Alexis was “having problems sleeping” and “hearing voices.”

Guns don’t kill people, guns in the hands of crazy people kill people. Oh yeah and guns do too…

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