First . . . the mental health practitioners aren't exactly batting a 1000%. Striking out is more like it. I mean they just gave this guy a recommendation as in his fitness for duty exam during the hiring process. He was only on the force seven months.
Second . . . why does the law enforcement community always have to pull the wool over our eyes? Take this comment regarding Solis after he gunned down a guy. Shoots him five times. You get the picture. “He was a good officer, as far as we know,” LAPD Lt. Ronald McDonald told the Times. “Whatever happened, happened.” Lincoln answers the Lieutenant best . . . Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.