Richard Hawkins had an undiagnosed poor penmanship disorder

<!– s9ymdb:87 –><img width="350" height="500" style="float: right; border: 0px; padding-left: 5px; padding-right: 5px;" src="" alt="" />"Of all undiagnosed problems of Richard Hawkins, the most heart-wrenching one was his poor penmanship," stated Dr. Tom Jenkins, a clinical psychologist for the Omaha based Children's hospital in an interview Friday.<br />n"To have a friend or family member who is so unstable that he would shoot and kill 8 people and then himself is one thing, but his terrible handwriting must be tearing at the heartstrings of all of the family members who lost loved ones in the Nebraska mall shooting."<br />n"His O's barely look like O's. His T's are all shaky. And I don't even know what the hell this thing is!" Dr. Jenkins exclaimed while pointing at a copy of the suicide note.<br />n"All of the warning signs were there, the chicken-scratch Post-Its in his room, to the birthday card given to his mother. Why didn't somebody realize what was happening to him? Why didn't somebody intervene sooner? I don't want to live in a world where someone can go through their whole life with this serious disorder. Absolutely unforgivable."<br />n"Every time anyone thinks about Richard Hawkins, they will automatically think about his horrible, horrible penmanship. That is the legacy he has left behind."<br />


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