I understand that we need better health care but will that solve this particular issue? I mean, plenty of people have health care but don't utilize it or put themselves in a position where they will be detected for having serious issues. Or is that just being an assumption.
his brother outright stated that he knew that his brother had mental health issues. My point wasn't so much as having healthcare as it was actually seeking it. If a mental health issue is there, it should be addressed. But there's a huge stigma around it so people are either afraid of treatment or decide not to take their meds. Then they become a danger to themselves and others, and are usually picked up by family or police for doing something outrageous.
I meant more so that his family knew he was mentally compromised but didn't really push for treatment. I totally get what you mean though. It's a sad situation