UNC CHARLOTTE ARMED KILLER HAD MENTAL DISORDER
22-year-old Trystan Terrell went on a violent shooting rampage at the University of North Carolina Charlotte. Trystan killed two people and injured several more by shooting his pistol at innocent college students. Trystan was autistic and suffered from a mental disorder, his family says. Trystan's father even tried to get his son some mental help.
Mental illness is a major problem in the United States, as it is important to get help for those that suffer from it. It is not good when tragic events like the April 30 University of North Carolina Charlotte shootings take place.
A family member of Trystan described him as autistic and socially reserved.
The Autism Society describes Autism spectrum disorder as a developmental disability that affects a person’s ability to communicate and interact with others. Difficulty making eye contact, holding a conversation, reasoning, and planning, are a few traits associated with Autism spectrum disorder.