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‘An act of someone who is not rational’

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Barbara Van Dahlen, clinical psychologist and founder of Give An Hour, an organization dedicated to meeting the mental health needs of troops and their families, shares her thoughts on the U.S. soldier accused of killing civilians in Afghanistan.