Washington Navy Yard Shooting

As reports began to appear of the disturbed background of Aaron Alexis, the media seems to have universally decided that mass shootings are readily explained by severe mental illness. The assumption is that as psychiatric disorder is so obviously linked to violence, there should be no surprise that the Washington Naval Yard killings involved someone with a mentally troubled history.
Another mass shooting, more panic on the streets of America. The images we witnessed are all too familiar. There were heroic first responders, crouching and crawling with their rifles. We saw unfurling police tape and flashing blue lights and terror stricken civilians fleeing the since. And now in the aftermath, the discussions into the gunman's motives are being exhaustively debated.
Piers Morgan told guests on his CNN show he was "damn sick" of having the same "ridiculous debates" over gun control after
Right now a film is being cut for YouTube. Within the edit, clips from various media broadcasts of Monday's shooting in Washington DC are being selectively stitched together. The film will start by suggesting a deception has occurred, one wrought in the American people by shadowy, unseen forces. It will distance itself from other conspiracy theory videos, purporting to show "just the facts" about the events at the naval dockyard.