The story of George Sodini is sad but fascinating. I agree that memoirs and personal diaries of the supposedly deranged should not be removed from the web (as was done by Mr. Sodini’s web host) simply because he ended up randomly killing a bunch of people.
That's censorship of a post hoc / slippery slope nature: "if you read it, you might do it too." "If you appreciate heavy metal, you might worship satan." "If you smoke dope, you'll end up a crackhead."
It's all tied in to our underlying philosophy of social determinism, where memetic mind control shapes everyone as if they were soft clay cast from the same mold rather than 80% sheep, 15% shepherds, 5% farmers.
He lived his life in silent torture, cursing the world around him, yet still able to muster up good social graces, a good job, and maintain an appearance of calm servitude to the society around him. Kind of like Patrick Bateman in American Psycho, actually, when you read the whole thing – particularly the ending.http://www.amerika.org/2009/social-reality/george-sodini-what-the-media-doesnt-want-you-to-read/
Usually when you visit the gym, you don't expect to get shot at by an armed maniac. Well, people at the LA Fitness gym learned their lesson after George Sodini stormed in and began shooting women down at a Latino dance lesson. Just like with the Jokela and Kauhajoki school shootings, liberals remain silent instead of pointing to the core reasons of why fragile individuals today feel the urge to commit massacres. As always, we've got the story, straight out of Sodini's own personal diary:http://www.corrupt.org/news/why_george_sodini_became_a_mass_killer
The above are two points of view that mainstream journalists, typically communications and not philosophy majors, are unable to give you.