Kevin Neal’s family knew he was mentally ill, but they never thought he would kill five people and attack an elementary school in rural northern California. But Neal committed both those acts on Tuesday, and it has left his family asking some very difficult questions.
"We got, 'I can't take it anymore’ a thousand times — like when do you know if it's real?" asked Sheridan Orr, Neal’s sister.
Orr said her brother had made ... Read more:https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/connecting-mental-illness-gun-violence-misses-point-experts-say-n821696