Greta on Chattanooga Gunman: 'Pretty Obvious He's a Terrorist'
Greta Van Susteren said tonight that Chattanooga gunman Mohammed Youssef Abdulazeez is a terrorist and his deadly rampage cannot be blamed on his struggles with depression and drug abuse.
John Roberts reported on "On The Record" tonight that a representative for Abdulazeez's family said that he suffered from bouts of depression since he was 12 years old and was on and off antidepressants for years.
Roberts said that the family representative also revealed that Abdulazeez suffered with drug and alcohol addictions for years, couldn't hold a job and had an upcoming court date for a DUI arrest.
"There's also some reporting that perhaps he was facing personal bankruptcy," Roberts said, adding that Abdulazeez's problems seemed to come to a head last Tuesday when he went on a three-day bender before the deadly attack.
Greta said that somebody who is depressed and suicidal may take their own life, but Abdulazeez was a terrorist who went out and murdered five innocent people.
"Depressed? He took everybody with him," Greta said. "I have zero sympathy for this killer."
"It's pretty obvious he's a terrorist."
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