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Guest opinion: Kathleen Parker: How could so many have missed what is now so obvious?

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“He was just quiet and kept to himself,” they always seem to say when another atrocity occurs.

Most recently, a version of that was said about Robert E. Crimo III, 22, who allegedly killed seven people and wounded more than two dozen at a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Ill. His uncle Paul Crimo described him as “a real quiet kid.” Neither he nor his brother, Crimo’s father, Bob Crimo, said they saw any signs of trouble.

Read the full opinion at washingtonpost.com.