Latest Updates On Tucson Shooting
Gabrielle Gifford's husband, astronaut Mark Kelly, is speaking about her condition since the Tucson shooting. Meanwhile, more eerie details surface on gunman Jared Loughner. INSIDE EDITION has the latest updates.
Astronaut Mark Kelly is breaking his silence about the miraculous daily progress of his wife, Congresswoman Gabby Giffords.
"She spent 10 minutes giving me a neck massage. And I keep telling her. 'Gabby, you're in the ICU. You don't need to be doing this.' But it's so typical of her that no matter how bad the situation might be for her, she's looking out for other people," says Kelly.
Kelly's first interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer airs Tuesday night on 20/20.
Kelly also says he's willing to meet with the parents of accused gunman Jared Loughner.
"It's not the parents' fault," Kelly says. "They've got to be hurting in this situation as much as anybody."
There was a disturbing video that Loughner shot and posted on You Tube last September, providing new insight into his troubled mind.
Loughner narrates a twisted tour of the Pima Community College as he wanders the campus at night and even yelling at one startled professor saying, " Thanks for the B, I'm pissed off."
The video led the college to suspend Loughner. He was told he wouldn't be allowed back until he got psychiatric help.
Jeff Gardere, physcologist, says, "This is a person who is experiencing paranoid schizophrenia. He sees the government and the school as coming against him, that they're using mind control. This is someone who is psychotic."
A just-released voicemail Loughner left for a friend at 2 a.m, just a few hours before he went on his rampage.
Loughner says, "Hey. Hey, it's Jared. I just wanted to tell you, good times. Peace out. Later."
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