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'Man on rampage may have had oppositional conduct disorder'
KUALA LUMPUR: The man who was shot dead at the Complex B compound of the Prime Minister's Department in Putrajaya yesterday may have had 'oppositional conduct disorder', which is a tendency to protest and rebel in any given situation.
In other words, the person may have been suffering from a disturbed mind, said International Psychology Centre Sdn Bhd, principal consulting psychologist Dr Edward Chan.