The man currently under arrest for the murder of Nipsey Hussle was allegedly nabbed while trying to check himself into a mental health facility.

According to a witness at the scene of Eric Holder’s arrest, the suspect had called a mental health facility and claimed he needed “help.”

Holder was arrested in the parking lot of Telecare Los Angeles Hopes and Opportunities Program in Bellflower, CA. According to their site, the facility “operates under contract with the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health to provide culturally competent mental health services to adults with serious mental illnesses.”

Sources close to the situation tell The Blast Holder has a history of mental illness, and it was known among his circle of friends that he had allegedly previously sought treatment at a facility.

Psychologists have argued that long after emancipation (end of slavery) and the end of legal segregation, the conflicts inherent (naturally) in being black in America have led many black people to attempt to escape from the pressure of being second-class citizens through the use of drugs, alcohol, and other forms of self-destructive behaviors, including suicide and homicide.

Researcher, A. F. Myers, wrote that: By nature, poverty is an illness-inducing state, because of the excessive and continuous pressures the person faces, because of the long-term consequences of the exposure to pathogens and to endemic stressors, and because of the chronic scarcity of services, resources, and assets.

In the book titled Rage of a Privileged Class, 1993. Ellis Cose found that millions of blacks who have “played by the white man’s rules’ and are educated productive members of society are nevertheless frequently discriminated against by whites in nearly every aspect of life.

As recently as 1994, the widely read book, The Bell Curve, by Richardson Hernstein and Charles Murray, argued that black Americans on average have a lower IQ than their white counterparts and this is genetically determined.

Researchers believe that racism has contributed to the high rates of hypertension, heart disease and other stress-related illnesses in the black community.

Emile Durkeim wrote in 1897 that a certain type of self-destruction (suicide) called Fatalistic, as applied to blacks is derived from excessive regulation persons with futures pitilessly blocked and passions violently choked by oppressive discipline.

Finally, Sigmund Freud wrote, that self-destruction is aggression or anger against others turned upon oneself.