Anyone who politicizes this case is lower than worm dirt.
Police probe MP killer’s mental care: Loner suspected of murdering Jo Cox was ‘in crisis’ and sought help from health counsellor just 24 hours before attack
Thomas Mair was arrested after allegedly shooting and stabbing the MP Health counsellor said Mair appeared ‘deeply disturbed’ 24 hours before Mair’s psychiatric history at the heart of the police inquiry into the attackOfficers are also said to be investigating links to far-Right extremist groupsDavid Cameron contacted by an MP over safety of female parliamentariansMore than £200,000 has been raised for charities supported by the MP
The loner suspected of killing Jo Cox appeared deeply disturbed just 24 hours before the attack, a health counsellor said last night.
Thomas Mair said after stumbling into a ‘well-being centre’ on Wednesday night that he was depressed and had been on medication for a long time.
Mair’s psychiatric history is at the heart of the police inquiry into the attack – and officers are also said to be investigating links to far-Right groups.
The counsellor who spoke to him for about 15 minutes on Wednesday said she realised he was in ‘some sort of crisis’ and there appeared to be a ‘real problem’.