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Compassion vs Safety: Facing Violent Mental Illness in a Neighbor

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Dr. Kari Ann Owen, Ph.D.

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I am a produced playwright,published essayist and doctoral level scholar in religion and literature, living in the San Francisco Bay Area. I am also the widow of Silas S. Warner, creator of the original "Castle Wolfenstein".
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