Psychology Prof Murdered His Family: Career Unaffected

James St. James of Millikin University in Decatur, Illinois didn’t bomb NYPD headquarters, the Capitol, and the Pentagon or mentor Obama like prominent education profession Bill Ayers, but his history comes close:

Last week a Texas newspaper reported that psychology Professor James St. James shot and killed his father, mother and teenage sister in 1967. He was 15-years-old at the time.

St. James was found not guilty by reason of insanity and ordered to be institutionalized until he was found to be sane.

Six years later, he was released.

Today, he’s been a well-respected and award-winning professor.

The esteemed professor, who is chair of the Department of Behavioral Sciences, shot his father in the chest, his mother and sister in the face. But it’s nothing to get all judgmental about. On the contrary, students and educrats ooze with sympathy for him.

Millikin University released a statement praising St. James’ efforts to rebuild his life after his traumatic childhood.

The poor child was left an orphan.

If only Adam Lanza hadn’t turned the gun on himself, a promising career in academia would have awaited him.

Now if St. James had used the N-word…

Future psychology prof James St. James after killing his family.

On a tip from Jester. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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