Elliot Rodger, the suspect in a rampage near UC Santa Barbara, outlined his intentions in a 137-page document that he sent Friday night, shortly before the killings, to someone he knew from an online body building forum.◼ Isla Vista shooting: Read Elliot Rodger's elaborate attack plan - LA Times
The document was forwarded to KEYT-TV Channel 3 in Santa Barbara, which provided a copy to The Times.
WARNING: The document contains graphic language.
...A whole group of the obnoxious brutes came up and dragged me onto their driveway, pushing and hitting me. I wanted to fight and kill them all. I managed to throw one punch toward the main attacker, but that only caused them to beat me even more. I fell to the ground where they started kicking me and punching me in the face. Eventually, some other people from the street broke up the fight. I managed to have the strength to stand up and stagger away.◼ Elliot Rodger's YouTube manifestos
It was the first time in my life that I had been truly beaten up physically to the point where my face was bruised up. I had suffered a lot of bullying in my life, but most of it wasn’t physical. I had never been beaten and humiliated that badly. Everyone in Isla Vista saw what happened, and it was truly horrific....
Fascinating, and psychotic. Surreal. Like it was a reality murder TV show.
◼ 'Sexually frustrated' Santa Barbara killer promised to 'kill as many people as possible' - NY Daily News
The killer stabbed three men to death at his Isla Vista apartment before he embarked on the killing spree that also wounded 13 people on Friday night.
◼ 'I will slaughter every single blonde s**t I see': lonely killer posted chilling video warning of 'retribution' because he was still a virgin at age 22 - Daily Mail
◼ Rodger details throughout his manifesto that he filled a void in his life with violent video games starting at a young age. - The Blaze
So, focusing on this one for a minute - Aspbergers, off his meds, and violent video games. You can't blame the parents for this one. But you CAN see how having the tools that enhanced his narcissism (video cam, so he can look at himself, obsess on his delusions, YouTube, so he can post it, and thrill in the knowing that someone might HEAR him, indulging in the ultimate 'they'll all be sorry now' wallowing) helped fuel the fire. He had everything, but he had nothing. But what went wrong in his wiring, in HIS head, had nothing to do with anyone but him.
Well, that and, when the police were called, they gave him the Jeffrey Dahmer treatment. Which is to say, they didn't inquire, they let it go. In Dahmer's case they returned the terrified victim BACK to Dahmer.