12/18/12 Dr Julie Ricard Discusses School Shooting Emotional Impacts (AUDIO)
No one knows why Adam Lanza killed 26 people at a Connecticut School last Friday, but one local health expert may have a piece of the puzzle. Sources say Lanza suffered from a type of autism known as Asberger's Syndrome Behavioral Psychologist Julie Rickard of Columbia Valley Community Health says Lanza's mental condition could have been a contributing factor in the attack. . .If you weren't listening to KPQ Its Your Turn with Steve Hair yesterday, here's what you missed. .