A close friend of my dad, and a friend of mine has fallen into some trouble. The man was in the 2nd graduating class of NAVY Seals and fought as a Seal in the Vietnam war. He had seen many things due to that, not to mention a bad childhood. He was always very nice, one of the funniest men I had ever known. He never showed anger or anything. Apparently he is 60 and was having trouble with his jod and paying the mortgage or something, it is unclear. Anyways, a man kept pushing him and pushing him about everything, giving him no slack eventhough he was trying. All the pressure caused hm to snap and he burnt down the house. After doing so he called my dad and came to see him, tried to contact our preacher, the police chaplain, then went to the justice center to turn himself in. My dad accompanied him, and he admitted to it all. He is not allowed visitors, but he needs prayers. He had went to church with my dad for years now and came to watch me wrestle. It is hard to imagine him doing that, but it could be a lifetime of stress. Hopefully he will get a mental evaluation. We just don't know where this is going, but he is a good man who needs prayer, no matter how things look. This is his only run in with the law period. He has no record prior to this. It appears something just built up too much. I am torn up with worry now, he was a man who would help me in any situation.