Why were red flags ignored with Navy Yard gunman? Mental health expert weighs in

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The Washington navy yard gunman Aaron Alexis allegedly suffered from various psychiatric issues.

With a documented history of mental illness and violence, why were red flags ignored?

Carolyn Wolf, a mental health and workplace violence expert, weighed in on the discussion on the Morning News.

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