Actually, he can be. He had enough brain knowledge to continue going to work (in an occupation that influenced his mental disability) and he lived out his life as if everything was fine even though he probably well knew it wasn't.Hyper90 wrote:his brain was horribly damaged years ago until his death. you cant fully blame him.
One thing I will say is that we don't know the full story and what led up to his extreme behavior. Since he died with his family, no one was able to question him about that. Some things were assumed but that is about it. Also, there were those who were close to him that saw some things but didn't say anything.