Why didn’t they commit him? PTSD gunman ‘fired a bullet through the wall of his mother’s home in April and spent hours holed up inside before police coaxed him out’ but he was CLEARED by mental health specialists’…(Because THEY Were Going To “Use” Him!)

Friday, November 9, 2018
By Paul Martin

In April, police went to gunman Ian Long’s home in Newbury Park, California
Neighbors say they heard crashes and gunshots coming from inside the house
They feared for his mother Colleen so called the police and Long engaged in a standoff
The neighbors say it took several hours before police got him to leave the house
Mental health specialists were called but they decided not to commit him
Under 5150 of the California Welfare and Institutions Code, anyone who is deemed mentally unfit and a danger to themselves or others can be committed
Police will not say why they decided that Long did not fit this description
On Wednesday night, he killed 12 people then himself at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks
Neighbors say he was known to suffer PTSD after returning from Afghanistan
They say he was ‘hell to live with’ and ‘terrified’ his long-suffering mother
Veterans Affairs told DailyMail.com on Friday that Long was never enrolled in any of its healthcare programs

By JENNIFER SMITH
DAILYMAIL.COM
9 November 2018

The gunman who killed 12 people at a country music bar in California fired a bullet through the wall of his mother’s home during a volatile row in April and spent hours holed up inside until police coaxed him out but he was cleared by mental health officials and was somehow still allowed to own the Glock 45. used in Wednesday’s attack.

In April, police were called to Ian Long’s home in Newbury Park after neighbors heard loud crashes coming from inside the house he shared with his mother Colleen.

She lived ‘in fear’ of him, the neighbors said, adding that Long, who friends have described as ‘cocky’, was ‘hell to live with.’

The neighbors already suspected that he was suffering from PTSD after returning from a tour of Afghanistan between 2010 and 2011 and say he was disrespectful and rude whenever he passed them in the street.

When police arrived at the home, they called in mental health specialists to help resolve the situation and, according to The Wall Street Journal, it took hours for them to get Long out of the house.

Inside, furniture had been tossed all over the house and there were holes in the wall including the one caused by a bullet, they said.

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