Now his wife is dead. So who failed her?
Was it the military psychological training service members in what we have been told to be "preventing" and helping them to readjust? Was it the medication he was on? Something like this usually does not happen but when it does, we need to be asking a lot more questions about how someone can go from being willing to die to save someone into being accused of murder.
Veterans are far more likely to harm themselves than anyone else so what happened with Mora?
Warrant: Man with PTSD attempted to detach wife's arms, neck from torso in murder
By Monica Vendituoli Staff writer
Apr 28, 2016
Crying, Mora explained to the deputies that something bad had happened. "I feel that it's real. I hope that it's not real," Mora told deputies, according to the warrant.A man accused of murdering his wife in February attempted to detach her arms and neck, a search warrant says.
The court documents also say the suspect told deputies he was taking medicine for post-traumatic stress disorder when the incident occurred.
Jesus Guillermo Mora, of the 8900 block of Steeplechase Drive, was charged with second-degree murder Feb. 6 for the killing of his wife, Mary Louise Mora, the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office said.
He was arrested that day as well.
At 1:23 a.m., Jesus Mora called 911 and asked that deputies come to his residence. They found him in a grassy field near his home talking to the 911 dispatcher. The warrant noted that he appeared to be impaired.
Crying, Mora explained to the deputies that something bad had happened. "I feel that it's real. I hope that it's not real," Mora told deputies, according to the warrant.
Deputies drove Mora back to his residence. During the ride there, the warrant said Mora told deputies that he had been deployed to Afghanistan while in the military and was taking medication for PTSD. Mora also told the deputies he had been drinking.
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