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In the wake of the weekend's Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting, on Monday evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomed Chris Robillard, a former friend of Wade Michael Page, the suspected shooter.
Having served with Page in the army from 1995 through 1998, Robillard described the late 40-year-old by saying he was "always the loner type of person...even in a group of people, he [Page] would be off alone."
Although Page spoke openly to Robillard about an impending "racial holy war," Monday's guest didn't invest any concern into the remarks until early 2000:
"I've noticed then that he had gone through a dramatic change," said Robillard. "His talk about the racist war was even - you know, it was more like he really did believe it. And after he left, that was the last time I talked to him."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, as Morgan delves more into the unfolding details of this tragic event.
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L'acte gratuit (e.g. Andre Gide: Les caves du Vatican, etc) certainly is an important, underestimated and under-discussed factor in seemingly inexplicable public "appearances", in addition to the public, for-fee gratification of these actions. While l'acte gratuit based on deep seated, self-induced psycho-patholgy, the public gratification is induced by, you know....
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