and live-streaming a rant on social media before stripping to her underwear and walking into the backyard of the home, San Mateo County Sheriff's investigators said.
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56SIt seems obvious that this woman was in a manic episode of bipolar illness. She is, thus, out of her mind and should not be prosecuted for the crimes reported. She needs help, and I hope society provides such help for this person---who seems to be mentally ill.
Bob, are you saying she should receive no punishment?
How terrifying and sad. What a relief no one was hurt.
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