Once again, as in Virginia today, with ever increasing frequency in our society, violence has become an acceptable manner in which to resolve disputes. And again, the media, particularly cable news networks, have exploited the tragedy. All too often, the NEWS is not reported; but it is fueled by speculation, pundit opinion, and not-so carefully crafted commentary; and then repeated for days. Each so-called journalist will have their own interpretation of the facts, and of course, their own frequently inaccurate and dubious conclusions. Adding to this mix and promotion of sensationalism, politicians and other public figures use the incident to forward their own agendas. Certainly, copycats and others on the fringe have no need to be unique. Is it really necessary to suggest to these individuals how and when to commit a heinous felony or act of terrorism?