Complicating that argument is another attack this past Friday, at a Chinese elementary school, during which a mentally disturbed person used a knife to injure or kill 22 people, most of them children.
What does 69 stand for?
69 stands for Mentally Disturbed Person (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Uses Firearm To Prevent or Resist Arrest (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Posses Firearm, Restricted weapon, Explosives, or Ammunition in Commission of Crime (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Carry Firearm, Restricted Weapon or Explosives with Intent to Commit Crime (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Other Offence Re General Firearm Use (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Obstructs Police during Licence Enquiries (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Fail To Report Injury under Firearms Injury Arms Act (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Fail To Comply with Notice of Unsafe Firearm or Pistol (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Carry Loaded Firearm In Vehicle (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Other Offences Involving Firearm Use (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Motorola 68000 Series Microprocessor
- Sixth Amendment
- Sixth Airborne Division (Great Britain)
- Cyclo-Oxygenase II (molecule ID; protein that inhibits inflammation in cells)
- Sixth Dimension
- Sixth District (Washington, DC police)
- Sixth District Substation (Washington, DC police)
- Six Degrees of Freedom
- Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence (Dream Theater album)
- Six Flags
- 2,2'-Bis (3,4-Dicarboxyphenyl) Hexafluoropropane Dianhydride
Samples in periodicals archive:
Hamaki's family considered the person behind the photograph as an inconsiderate and mentally disturbed person to take advantage of such a sensitive situation.
This seems to be the handiwork of some mentally disturbed persons or vagabonds," said N.
He turned out to be a mentally disturbed person armed with nothing more than a tourniquet around his arm that he pretended concealed a bomb.
We treated her as a mentally disturbed person," one police officer said.
Their spelling, apparently after a painting by a mentally disturbed person.
As of now, he says, there is "a total absence of effective training or sophistication on the part of the officers who are being asked to handle mentally disturbed persons without benefit of training or reasonable supervision.