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  • No, Sylvia Seegrist A Terrorist

    Why on earth should we remember Sylvia Seegrist with fondness? She opened fire on people in a shopping mall, killing several before she was stopped. She was not a hero. She was brave in any way. She should be remembered as a terrorist and a mentally ill person to be pitied.

  • No, Sylvia Seegrist should not be remembered more fondly for her bravery.

    No, Sylvia Seegrist should not be remembered more fondly for her bravery. She killed and wounded people at the Springfield mall. Why should people remember her bravery? Bravery for what? Struggling through schizophrenia? If not for killing those people, she probably would not be infamous and we would not know her at all.

  • No, Sylvia Seegrist should not be remembered more fondly for her bravery

    No, Sylvia Seegrist should not be remembered more fondly for her bravery. How brave did this woman have to be to open fire in a mall crowed with people and kill three people. She also hurt a number of other people. This was the act of a coward not a brave woman.

  • No, she should not be remembered more fondly.

    No, Sylvia Seegrist should not be remembered more fondly for her bravery. Seegrist opened fire in a mall, killing and injuring many people. Causing death or injury should never be viewed as brave. The only bravery she has displayed is in receiving help for her mental illness, and that was not nearly enough bravery to justify her actions or consider her fondly at all.


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