10 Percent Of Massachusetts Homicides Blamed On Mentally Ill People

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"Threadbare policies, broken promises, short-sighted decisions, and persistent underfunding over decades" means that in Massachusetts, the seriously mentally ill, including those at greatest risk of harming others or themselves, too often left in the care of parents, police, prison guards, judges, shelter workers, and emergency room personnel, says a Boston Globe investigation. The evidence is everywhere. In May, Arthur DaRose fatally stabbed two people . . .

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