Documentary Connects Shootings to Economic Struggle
“Murder by Proxy: How America Went Postal” starts with the earliest post office massacre in 1986 in exploring how economic factors might play a role in the epidemic of shootings.
According to the film’s website, “… in the overwhelming majority of cases, people who commit these murders have no criminal record or history of mental illness.”
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