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In 1968 at the age of eight years old, Brad Andrews viciously attacked his school mate. He was sentenced to three years in a juvenile detention center, where he was diagnosed and treated for an intermittent explosive disorder, along with a host of other multiple stress-related conditions. At the age of fourteen, Andrews dream was to marry his girlfriend, Nancy Carrie, and to become a police officer. After the juvenile detention center closed, all records of Andrews psychiatric past had vanished, allowing his dream of becoming a police officer to come true.
After high school, Andrews Joined the Port Authority police department and was assigned to the Port Authority bus terminal on 42nd St. and 8th Avenue in New York City. Andrews’ dream soon turned into a living nightmare, when the everyday stresses of being a police officer in the Port Authority bus terminal caused his childhood psychosis to return. Andrews’ attempt to battle his chronic stress and anxiety disorders failed. Non-medicated and overwhelmed, Andrews unleashed a murderous rampage on the motoring public.