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  • Ask the Question!

    An Educators Look at School Shooters

  • Why Me?Learned what I know

    on reservations

    Educator the only profession

    that analyzes the brain function

    of every child over a long

    period of time.

  • Profiles of Prenatal Alcohol

    Exposure

  • Examples of Variability from Brain Damage

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    Chronological Age

    Emotional Age

    Expressive Language

    Social Maturity

    Executive Functions

    Sexual Maturity

    Math Skills

    Memory Skills

    Reading Decoding

    Reading Comprehension

    Jody Allen Crowe 2010

  • Couple a day

    Binge drinker

    Heavy everyday

    drinker

    No drinking

    Occasional drink

    Stopped at 6 weeks

    First Trimester

    Chart Title

  • Examples of Variability from Brain Damage

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    Chronological Age

    Emotional Age

    Expressive Language

    Social Maturity

    Executive Functions

    Sexual Maturity

    Math Skills

    Memory Skills

    Reading Decoding

    Reading Comprehension

    Jody Allen Crowe 2010

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    20Chronological Age

    Emotional Age

    Expressive

    Language

    Social Maturity

    Executive Functions

    Sexual Maturity

    Math Skills

    Memory Skills

    Reading Decoding

    Reading

    Comprehension

    Jody Allen Crowe 2010

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    5

    10

    15

    20Chronological Age

    Emotional Age

    Expressive

    Language

    Social Maturity

    Executive

    Functions

    Sexual Maturity

    Math Skills

    Memory Skills

    Reading Decoding

    Reading

    Comprehension

    Jody Allen Crowe 2010

  • Couple a day

    Binge drinker

    Heavy everyday

    drinker

    No drinking

    Occasional drink

    Stopped at 6 weeks

    First Trimester

    Chart Title

  • Examples of Variability from Brain Damage

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    2

    4

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    8

    10

    12

    14

    16

    18

    Chronological Age

    Emotional Age

    Expressive Language

    Social Maturity

    Executive Functions

    Sexual Maturity

    Math Skills

    Memory Skills

    Reading Decoding

    Reading Comprehension

    Jody Allen Crowe 2010

  • 0

    5

    10

    15

    20Chronological Age

    Emotional Age

    Expressive

    Language

    Social Maturity

    Executive

    Functions

    Sexual Maturity

    Math Skills

    Memory Skills

    Reading Decoding

    Reading

    Comprehension

    Our court system is looking at this adolescent through this lens.

  • When functionally, we should be looking at this..

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    Chronological Age

    Emotional Age

    Expressive

    Language

    Social Maturity

    Executive

    Functions

    Sexual Maturity

    Math Skills

    Memory Skills

    Reading Decoding

    Reading

    Comprehension

  • Couple a day

    Binge drinker

    Heavy everyday

    drinker

    No drinking

    Occasional drink

    Stopped at 6 weeks

    First Trimester

    Chart Title

  • Stage 3 or 4

    Jody Allen Crowe 2010

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    Chronological Age

    Emotional Age

    Expressive Language

    Social Maturity

    Executive Functions

    Sexual Maturity

    Math Skills

    Memory Skills

    Reading Decoding

    Reading Comprehension

  • Couple a day

    Binge drinker

    Heavy everyday

    drinker

    No drinking

    Occasional drink

    Stopped at 6 weeks

    First Trimester

    Chart Title

  • Jody Allen Crowe 2010

    Stage 4

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    Chronological Age

    Emotional Age

    Expressive Language

    Social Maturity

    Executive Functions

    Sexual Maturity

    Math Skills

    Memory Skills

    Reading Decoding

    Reading Comprehension

  • Examples of Variability from Brain Damage

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    2

    4

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    8

    10

    12

    14

    16

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    Chronological Age

    Emotional Age

    Expressive Language

    Social Maturity

    Executive Functions

    Sexual Maturity

    Math Skills

    Memory Skills

    Reading Decoding

    Reading Comprehension

    Jody Allen Crowe 2010

  • Crowe 2010

    Stage 0

    No prenatal

    exposure to

    alcohol

  • Stage 1Prenatal exposure to alcohol with loss of

    potential not observable with current tools

  • Stage 2Prenatal exposure to alcohol resulting in detectible lowered

    academic, social and emotional intelligence.

  • Stage 3Prenatal exposure to alcohol resulting

    in observable exhibitions of brain damage behaviors, which result in

    academic failure, interrupted school experience, psychological diagnoses,

    criminal behaviors, depression

  • Crowe 2010

    Stage 4Prenatal exposure to alcohol

    resulting in physical manifestation and observable exhibitions of Stage 3 academic and social brain damage

    behaviors

  • Crowe 2010

    Stage 5Prenatal exposure to alcohol resulting in miscarriage, stillborn, SIDS, death

    due to organ failure damage from prenatal exposure to alcohol.

  • Not all prenatally exposed children,

    adolescents, and adults are violent.

    But

    Most violent children,

    adolescents, and adults have been

    prenatally exposed to alcohol.

    In my professional opinion:

  • Reservation Gangs

  • The Hidden Cost

    Crow Wing County Jail - December 2007

    94% of the inmates had mothers who

    drank alcohol

    5 interviews 16 siblings, children,

    spouses prenatally exposed

  • 2005

  • Forrest L. Willey Good Citizenship

    Award 1974

  • Minnesota and Wisconsin

    Study

    Interviews of mothers, family members of the

    victims, police officers involved in situation,

    local historians, visits to location, news reports,

    and public defenders or other knowledgeable

    people.

  • Grand Rapids, MN

    David Black

    Age 15

    Killed school administrator, injured targeted

    tormentor

    Mother heavy alcoholic. Drank heavily

    through three pregnancies.

  • Tomah, Wisconsin

    Dickie Anderson

    14 years old

    Killed principal

    Mother binged on weekends. Was drunk at

    wedding when pregnant with Dickie.

    Had a daughter who was not smart.

  • Cold Spring, Minnesota

    Jason McLaughlin

    15 years old

    Killed two students

    Had prior assault with paintball weapon

    against postal worker.

    Father deputy sheriff

    Mother initially not truthful about alcohol

    use.

  • Red Lake, Minnesota

    Jeff Weise

    16 years old, alternative school

    Killed two at grandfathers house, took police car to

    school, rammed school doors, killed five students and two

    adults and wounded 15 then committed suicide when

    confronted by police.

    Mother in coma from alcohol-related car accident

    Met with mother heavy prenatal exposure of all her kids.

    Her mother was alcoholic.

    One of two mothers portrayed as alcoholic in media.

  • Cazenovia, Wisconsin

    Eric Hainstock

    14 years old, special education EBD

    Killed principal

    Mother lost her parental rights early in his

    life due to heavy alcohol use.

    Court records provide evidence of heavy

    alcohol use.

  • Nationwide Probability Study

    Secret Services study with

    additional shooters. High risk factors of the mother

    Behaviors of the shooter

  • Percentage of shooters fitting

    FASD profile.

  • Harris and Klebold

  • Adam Lanza

    2012

    Sandy Hook Elementary School

    20 years old

    Killed mother at home. Killed 26 at school

    committed suicide

    Various school experiences, special ed, home

    schooled.

    significant mental health issues

    Asperger at 13, sensory integration issues, OCD

    No Grieving Mother syndrome

  • Adam Lanza

    A philtrum guide

    developed by

    Washington State

    FAS Diagnostic and

    Prevention Network

  • Dr. Carl Bell

    psychiatrist at Jackson Park Hospital's

    Family Medicine Clinic in Chicago. Dr.

    Bell studied 611 poor and black patients

    living in three South Side zip codes.

    Youth and adults.

    49% with Ndisorders. 38 percent clinical

    profile of FASD.

  • Mystery Man

    Red Flags Father died when mother

    was 7 months pregnant

    Mother had divorced first husband

    No definitive indication that mother drank during pregnancy

    Testimony in divorce of third marriage - mother throwing bottles at third husband

    Mystery man had problems through adolescence and adulthood

    Mystery man assaulted his mother and brother with a knife

    Mystery man had police record and psychologist report indicating characteristics common to FASD

    Mystery man had unrealistic fantasies of importance

  • Mystery Man

  • Mystery Man

    Three pictures of

    Mystery man as

    teenager and as

    young marine