Michael Enright, the man who attacked a NYC cabbie has been moved to Bellevue Psych ward. Enright, worked on multiple short films concerning PTSD, including a public service announcement on the affliction. In the spring of 2010 he was filming a documentary in Afghanistan of a HS friend who is a US marine.
He was also a member of a group called Intersections International, a New York City based multi-cultural, multi-faith initiative that supports the Ground Zero Mosque.
I must admit I am quite baffled by this person. There are so many kinks it almost sounds made up! How can a person who has shown support of multi-cultures/faiths, go to Afghanistan to come back to try to kill a man based on his religion? I find it incredibly weird that he practically obsessed himself with PTSD... that makes it hard for me to believe he has it. Are the charges going to be lessened, because he has been moved?
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You got that right rae! I don't know where to begin. I have PTSD and it is no cake walk. I hope this guy does not bring more drama to a situation that should be kept calm. I do not think it is a wise idea to build a mosque so close to a place that is so highly charged.
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