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Old 03-03-2018, 09:25 PM   #1
PunisherFan7123
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Default Lewis Wilson's PTSD

I have been very conflicted as to whether or not we were to feel sorry for Lewis Wilson, the young veteran who had a tough time trying to get back into the society, or not to. This was very similar, in my opinion, to Timothy McVeigh and his situation, as both were veterans struggling to reconnect with society. Did you feel sorry for Lewis Wilson, or did you not?

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Old 03-09-2018, 03:08 PM   #2
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Default Re: Lewis Wilson's PTSD

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I have been very conflicted as to whether or not we were to feel sorry for Lewis Wilson, the young veteran who had a tough time trying to get back into the society, or not to. This was very similar, in my opinion, to Timothy McVeigh and his situation, as both were veterans struggling to reconnect with society. Did you feel sorry for Lewis Wilson, or did you not?
I think that's kinda the point. Lewis was meant to be a sympathetic character. A good man that was twisted and damaged by war. Misguided and manipulated.

I felt for the guy right up until the point he lost his s***. And even during his rampage I still felt bad for him.

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