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New York University's psychiatry department chairman Dr. Charles Marmar says it's 'premature' to make specific statements ...
about the mental state of the Fort Hood shooter. (April 3)
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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYNew York - April 3, 2014++VIDEO IS SEPARATED BY WHITE FLASHES++1. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Charles Marmar, Chairman of Department of Psychiatry at NYU School of Medicine: "It's premature to make any specific statements about the mental state of the shooter, other than the speculation that he served in Iraq in 2011 for 4 months, that he has been suffering some combination of stress, anxiety and depression, and by his own self report, possible traumatic brain injury."2. SOUNDBITE: (English): Dr. Charles Marmar, Chairman of Department of Psychiatry at NYU School of Medicine: "We do know in general that war fighter who have stress, anxiety, depression, especially when complicated by concussion, are at greater risk of self harm, much less commonly harm to anyone else."3. SOUNDBITE: (English): Dr. Charles Marmar, Chairman of Department of Psychiatry at NYU School of Medicine: "Are there are clear clues that someone is really going to lose control and commit a large scale violent act? In this case we have no idea."4. SOUNDBITE: (English): Dr. Charles Marmar, Chairman of Department of Psychiatry at NYU School of Medicine: "It's very important to know if he's actually had traumatic brain injury on top of PTSD and depression because traumatic brain injury weakens a person's ability to manage their emotions, including their angry and aggressive emotions. I would like to know if there's any recent stressors in his life, such as problems in his marriage or with his family. Has something led to greater despair recently. And did he have an axe to grind with people in authority in the military for any reason?"-----STORYLINE: A Fort Hood official says Ivan Lopez, the shooter in the attack at the Army base, was being assessed for whether he had PTSD.Lt. Gen. Mark A. Milley said Wednesday that four people were killed including the shooter and 16 others were wounded in the attack. He says the wounded were all military members.Milley says there is no indication the shooting was related to terrorism.He says the shooter is married and served in Iraq in 2011.Dr. Charles Marmar, New York University Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry, says that it's too soon to make any specific statements about the mental state of Lopez. Marmar said, "We do know in general that war fighter who have stress, anxiety, depression, especially when complicated by depression, are at greater risk of self harm, much less commonly harm to anyone else.""Are there are clear clues that someone is really going to lose control and commit a large scale violent act? In this case we have no idea," Marmar said.