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He admitted he wasn't doing too well before he joined the Marines. A real interviewer would have asked him to elaborate on that. The Marine Corps takes lots of low-intelligence individuals with serious mental problems as long as they can learn to march and run and salute. They're called cannon fodder.
When he said he was kept for 30 days in four-point restraints to the bed, I wish Greta had asked him how he ate or went to the bathroom.
About his guns, she might have asked him why the guns were in the car and not in a gun safe. What state was his concealed carry permit issued in and did that allow driving around in California with guns in the car?