Last Thursday in Tacoma an argument allegedly prompted Michael Dillon to fatally shoot his next door neighbor. On Friday a man now identified as John Zawahri shot his father and brother and torched their Santa Monica home before going on to kill others at a nearby college.
Two armed killers, fueled by rage, writing their grievances in innocent blood – just another 24 hours in America.
There are, however, several differences between these two tragic incidents which may shed a dim light on the phenomenon known as the mass shooting.
It starts with a relative unknown: the killers’ mindset. Neighbors …