October 28, 2021

In Russia, they want to introduce a system to prevent massacres in schools and universities. But is it even possible? Psychologist Peter Langman, who has been studying shooters for 20 years, responds.

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One week ago, on September 20, 18-year-old student Timur Bekmansarov attacked Perm State University: six people were killed and more than 20 were injured. After that, it became known that the Russian authorities decided to allocate 1.6 billion rubles to create a system for “identification of socially dangerous students”. Medoza spoke with American psychologist Peter Langman, who has been working on the subject for more than 20 years. Is it possible to stop massacres in schools and universities? Among other things, Langman has consulted with the FBI and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and has written several books on school shooters.

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