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Gun Violence enormously intricate than the mental health problem as in Texas shoots out 26 people were rendered death. If you question mental health researchers the mass shootings that occur are extremely serious in nature.

26 year old Devin Kelley fired bullets across shelter of First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, about 30 miles east of San Antonio. The youngest that died was 17 months old and the oldest was 77 years old. Trump said that every country has mental health problems but it is not related to the guns. This is the mental health problem at its zenith and is definitely a sad event.

Trump’s rejoinder to the Texas church shooting resonated in his earlier comments he has made on gun violence. In 2015, Trump had stated that he was hostile to tightening of gun laws in the United States, but was encouraging of addressing mental health to prevent shootings.

Still numerous epidemiological studies carried out over a past decade displayed that the majority of people, with suffering from serious mental illnesses like schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or severe depression are as violent as anybody else.

Preferably people with extreme mental illnesses are more than 10 times the sufferer of violent crime than the generic people. According to the US Department of Health and Human Services people suffering from extreme mental illness, only about 3 to 5 percent of violent behavior can be assigned to individuals existing with serious mental illness.