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Being mentally ill does not include "robbing and extorsion" the is not mental. No disease of "robbing and  stealingenimia"

He is just a scumbag with terrible moral compass and understanding of code of conduct for society. He is in Cambodia because its heaven for someone of his mental bs illness"family obviously enableing him around the planet. Hope he does time in a prison and later get some medical help.

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On 1/24/2020 at 11:57 PM, Inn Between said:

He doesn't look to be all there, and I had the impression he's dealing with some mental issues when I saw the picture of him and the cop. To be making a spectacle of oneself by harassing school girls at a public market, is obviously going to draw a lot of attention and a visit by the police, so I'd say he doesn't have the mental ability to use reasonable judgement. What I can't understand is how he was allowed to travel and put himself in this type of situation. Surely, his family and medical professionals have to be aware of his condition. 

 

 

 

It is not so easy to prevent an adult from doing what they want even when they have mental problems. Ask anyone with a family member in that situation.

 

in fact often quite impossible for family to do anything. The bar for gettin gsomeone declared incompetent or involuntarily committed is very, very high - with reason -- and even if one succeeds (have to be able to prove the person is an imminent danger to themselves or others) they will usually get discharged in no time. 

 

Many families are in the distressing situation of being unable to do anything about behavior of a mentally disturbed family member. It is actually a blessing if they finally get arrested....

 

 

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On 1/25/2020 at 3:57 AM, Inn Between said:

He doesn't look to be all there, and I had the impression he's dealing with some mental issues when I saw the picture of him and the cop. To be making a spectacle of oneself by harassing school girls at a public market, is obviously going to draw a lot of attention and a visit by the police, so I'd say he doesn't have the mental ability to use reasonable judgement. What I can't understand is how he was allowed to travel and put himself in this type of situation. Surely, his family and medical professionals have to be aware of his condition. 

 

We had a teacher who was hired for the Engineering Faculty. He came across as normal in the interview and began working. One day shortly after he started, as I was exiting the hallway where my office was, this man was coming down the stairs barefoot and walking very deliberately, staring at his feet. I asked him if he was okay and needed help, which startled him a bit, but he just smiled and told me that stairs are very dangerous. I had friends in Engineering and talked to one of them about it only to learn that he had suddenly began displaying a lot of bizarre behavior. So, it seems these type of people do fly under the mental health radar low enough to function in limited capacity until something snaps a little more. 

Some people with mental ill health function at very high levels, depends on the illness, the symptoms, the presentation of the ilness, whether they are receiving treatment and if they need medication.

 

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On 1/24/2020 at 9:16 AM, phetphet said:

Not a good idea to act surly and refuse to answer questions after robbing schoolkids. If he upsets the police, he might end up in a Cambodian prison, which I imagine wouldn't be a nice experience.

they havent even handcuffed him so he cant be that surly

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