CommonSense

Greenville, SC

#23 Jul 23, 2012
You don't blame the Band-Aid for the wound.

You can't blame psychiatric DRUGS for the psychiatric condition. Yes, all of these criminals were taking psychiatric drugs. Because they all had severe problems coping with daily life.

Same problem when parents blame the antidepressants for their teenagers' deaths. If their teenager was well-adjusted, never depressed, and "would never commit suicide", then why were they on antidepressants?

Yes, there are way too many children being medicated because of their parents' laziness or ignorance. But some of them really need those drugs.

You can have a bad reaction to psychiatric drugs, but that reaction will not be one that gives you the ability to make long-range, elaborate and intricate plans like Holmes did.

It's not a psychiatric drug that did this. It is a very smart and very sick mind that did this. I would imagine that much of his interest in neuroscience came about from his own thought disorder.
HumanSpirit

Live Oak, FL

#24 Jul 23, 2012
Pleiadian wrote:
Giving people mind altering drugs will have no effect upon behavior?
Giving children mind altering drugs during their formative years won't affect the structure of their brain permanently during formative years?
Your misinformed. There is much documentation on the web concerning the issue.
HumanSpirit

Live Oak, FL

#25 Jul 23, 2012
CommonSense wrote:
You don't blame the Band-Aid for the wound.
You can't blame psychiatric DRUGS for the psychiatric condition. Yes, all of these criminals were taking psychiatric drugs. Because they all had severe problems coping with daily life.
Same problem when parents blame the antidepressants for their teenagers' deaths. If their teenager was well-adjusted, never depressed, and "would never commit suicide", then why were they on antidepressants?
Yes, there are way too many children being medicated because of their parents' laziness or ignorance. But some of them really need those drugs.
You can have a bad reaction to psychiatric drugs, but that reaction will not be one that gives you the ability to make long-range, elaborate and intricate plans like Holmes did.
It's not a psychiatric drug that did this. It is a very smart and very sick mind that did this. I would imagine that much of his interest in neuroscience came about from his own thought disorder.
To many incidences and too many articles on the deaths (suicides and murders and mass murders) along with violence associated with the mind drugs and the Mental health industry.

http://ssristories.com/index.php
Robin

San Clemente, CA

#26 Jul 23, 2012
CommonSense wrote:
You don't blame the Band-Aid for the wound.
You can blame a dirty band aid for festering the infection.
Robin

San Clemente, CA

#27 Jul 23, 2012
I cant belive I fell for that, responding to a stupid bandaid analogy.

Psych drugs almost killed me when I had that suicidal reaction as those drugs twisted up the interaction between my emotional feelings and drugged thoughts. I am lucky to be alive.

Call you doctor if... suicidal thoughts/actions

When these drugs kill, they blame the victims so called "illness". Status quo.

Dead men tell no tales.
Robin

San Clemente, CA

#28 Jul 23, 2012
CommonSense wrote:
It's not a psychiatric drug that did this. It is a very smart and very sick mind that did this. I would imagine that much of his interest in neuroscience came about from his own thought disorder.
If psych drugs were in his mind they altered not only his mind but his actions.
Thomas

Parker, CO

#29 Jul 26, 2012
It is beyond obvious that James was severely depressed and reached out for help with the notebook. Perhaps the University prescribed Rx's for him -- antidepressants - and were not properly evaluating him! Antidepressants are indicated in many violent crimes!!

Ask: What was he prescribed and what was he taking? obviously mood altering drugs and probably 100% LEGAL.

Dumb ass shrinks and crooked pharmaceutical companies.
KREGG

Clinton, MI

#30 Jul 27, 2012
Robin wrote:
Why don't they ask this on T.V ?
They don't ask this on TV because Big Pharma is making big money. First time you ask why about anything? Ask where is money going and you usually have an answer. How was Watergate outed? Woodward and Bernstein said they followed the money. JMHO
DJM

Oberlin, OH

#31 Jul 27, 2012
Thanks for posting this -- I've been working for a couple years on gathering info that shows clearly the correlation between many prescription drugs and violent behavior for my thesis paper. So far 100% of incidents I found involving people going postal, shooting up workplaces, drowning children, attacking someone with a hammer, bombings, etc. they have been on these dangerous antipsychotic/antidepressant drugs. You've given me some more examples, as I wasn't aware of all these. These drugs are dangerous & need to be taken off the market entirely -- they do more harm than good. There are many natural options that work without the side effects, but they're just not as profitable to the drug companies. Thanks again!
Robin wrote:
Sadly, many incidents of violence and/or suicide have been linked to adolescents taking prescription antidepressants.
•Eric Harris, the triggerman in the Columbine school shootings, killed his fellow students and took his own life while taking Luvox.
•Thirteen year-old Chris Fetters killed his favorite aunt while taking Prozac.
•Twelve year-old Christopher Pittman murdered both his grandparents while taking Zoloft.
•Thirteen year-old Mathew Miller hung himself in his bedroom closet after taking Zoloft for 6 days.
•Fifteen year-old Jarred Viktor stabbed his grandmother 61 times after 5 days on Paxil.
•This are just a few examples of antidepressant violence. The list goes on and on...
Fifteen year old Kip Kinkel (Prozac and RITALIN) shot his parents while they slept then went to school and opened fire killing 2 classmates and injuring 22 shortly after beginning Prozac treatment.
Luke Woodham aged 16 (Prozac) killed his mother and then killed two students, wounding six others.
Boy in Pocatello, ID (Zoloft) in 1998 who in seizure activity from Zoloft had a stand off at the school.
Michael Carneal (Ritalin) a 14-year-old opened fire on students at a high school prayer meeting in West Paducah, Kentucky. Three teenagers were killed, five others were wounded, one of whom was paralyzed.
Young man in Huntsville, Alabama (Ritalin) went psychotic chopping up his parents with an ax and also killing one sibling and almost murdering another.
Andrew Golden, aged 11,(Ritalin) and Mitchell Johnson, aged 14,(Ritalin) shot 15 people killing four students, one teacher, and wounding 10 others.
TJ Solomon, aged 15,(Ritalin) high school student in Conyers, Georgia opened fire on and wounded six of his class mates.
Rod Mathews, aged 14,(Ritalin) beat a classmate to death with a bat.
James Wilson, aged 19,(Psychiatric Drugs - various) Breenwood, South Carolina, took a .22 caliber revolver into an elementary school killing two young girls, and wounding seven other children and two teachers.
Elizabeth Bush aged 13 (Paxil) was responsible for a school shooting in Pennsylvania
Jason Hoffman (Effexor and Celexa)- school shooting in El Cajon, California
Another boy in Pocatello, ID (Zoloft) had a stand off at the school.
Jarred Viktor aged 15 (Paxil), after five days on Paxil he stabbed his grandmother 61 times.
Chris Shanahan aged 15 (Paxil) in Rigby, ID who out of the blue killed a woman.
Eric Harris aged 17 (Zoloft then Luvox) and Dylan Klebold aged 18 in Colombine school shooting in Littleton, Colorado, killed 12 students and 1 teacher, and injured 23 others, before killing themselves.
Jeff Franklin (Prozac and Ritalin), Huntsville, AL, killed his parents as they came home from work using a sledge hammer, hatchet, butcher knife and mechanic's file, then attacked his younger brothers and sister
Neal Furrow,(Prozac) in LA Jewish school shooting reported to have been court-ordered to be on Prozac along with several other medications.
Robin

Aliso Viejo, CA

#32 Jul 28, 2012
DJM wrote:
Thanks for posting this -- I've been working for a couple years on gathering info that shows clearly the correlation between many prescription drugs and violent behavior for my thesis paper. So far 100% of incidents I found involving people going postal, shooting up workplaces, drowning children, attacking someone with a hammer, bombings, etc. they have been on these dangerous antipsychotic/antidepressant drugs. You've given me some more examples, as I wasn't aware of all these. These drugs are dangerous & need to be taken off the market entirely -- they do more harm than good. There are many natural options that work without the side effects, but they're just not as profitable to the drug companies. Thanks again!
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There is a link between domestic violence and SSRIs also, They cause sexual disfunction resulting in "couple dysfunction". Fighting instead of love making.
Robin

Aliso Viejo, CA

#33 Jul 28, 2012
The psychiatric drug warnings say "call your doctor" if you have suicidal thoughts or actions.

Not "sent notebook in mail" , follow directions people !
HumanSpirit

Gainesville, FL

#34 Jul 31, 2012
The point of the drugs (Statin and mind drugs) is to deminish the ability of the society to function as a union for the tatics of big business. It's a coup detat. More people on drugs the more the resources like underground water will be poluted that is used for drinking and bathing which will increase the number of people that will be contaminated. The more people mentally damaged the more sales of pharmacuticals in the dumming of America or other world countries for the medical communities and the Republican investors under their capitalistic rendetion of government. Death to a democracy is what we are seeing.
Erika

Seattle, WA

#35 Aug 7, 2012
So these pseudoscentific quacks (and i can say that because i am a hard scientist)...how long are they going to be allowed to destroy people's lives with their "treatments"?

Psychotherapy is a total washup, psychiatry is a joke, yet these witch doctors are allowed ample access to society and in some cases force their nefarious treatments on the innocent.

The fact that our society has been utterly splintered and destroyed by a total takeover by corporate interests wouldn't have anything to do with lack of "mental health" would it?
The fact that corporate dominance has literally destroyed community and any hman support system..no we can't blame the SICK system for being THE ACTUAL PROBLEM..now can we?
HumanSpirit

High Springs, FL

#36 Aug 11, 2012
Jed wrote:
Judging by the fact that his pupils were the size of golfballs in his recent pics, I'd say the guy was on a long meth/bath-salts drug binge that spiraled out of control.
He was in a mental health drug state. The drugging of shooter was to hide the mental health involvement at the college with a psychiatrist. It part of the crisis control of the pharmacutical and mental health industry in protecting the cash cow of mind drugs. look at the Virginia Tech shooting/in which the State and University investigator was none less then the same psychiatrists that the shooter had and the psychiatrist hid the shooters mental health records at his home away from the Grand Jury investigating. In the Columbine High School shootings the judge burnt the records right after the court hearing including all names of involved in the investigation and their statements.

Certainly the coverup of the mind drug damage in the society is because of investments in the pharmacutical industries.

http://familyrights.us/images/psychs_shred_ri...
Silvermaven

United States

#41 Sep 8, 2012
http://www.examiner.com/article/aurora-theate...
But it may in fact be the judge that needs the mental attention as all the evidence collected in the case thus far seems to point toward mostly agreeing with the individual who filed the claim, despite the media and the court's attempts to suppress any evidence that doesn't support the official story. Multiple and corroborating eyewitness testimony stated what appeared to be multiple individuals involved in the shooting, including supporting official dispatch audio. Individuals interviewed by local media immediately after the event also claimed to have seen teargas canisters being deployed in the theater simultaneously from two different directions,
DUDE

Laguna Beach, CA

#42 Sep 9, 2012
Silvermaven wrote:
http://www.examiner.com/articl e/aurora-theater-shooting-cour t-documents-blows-inside-job-c onspiracy-wide-open
...
DUDE, A conspiracy needs a motive and like a goal of some sort. Thats why people conspire.

Example: the writers of that nonsence conspired to get readers on the web page and then clicks on there banner ads.$.

James holmes, one more story of SSRIs.

www.ssristories.com
HumanSpirit

High Springs, FL

#44 Sep 9, 2012
Deaths, Violence and mind drugs

http://www.ssristories.com/index.php
Mary

Sun City, CA

#45 Sep 13, 2012
One problem is psychiatrists who prescribe meds but do not participate in therapy. They are reimbursed by insurance companies at a higher dollar rate per visit to write prescriptions and paid less if they bill for therapy. It is common practice now for a psychiatrist (md) to only do short med checks. How can you possibly determine how well a patient is responding to a medication if you are not willing to spend the time to talk to them.
Echozz

Jackson, OH

#47 Dec 16, 2012
Robin,
If all of these psycotropic drugs cause such horrific side affects, what are we to do with seriously mentally ill people and how do you know that these same mentally ill people would not have committed these crimes anyway. It looks like most of them were beginning to spiral out of control anyway before they were prescribed these drugs and were not on them long enough to experience their therapeutic effects. I think we can all agree that the shooters were all mentally unstable the question remains though, how do we as a society find ways to effectively treat these people before they go off the deep end.
Wellbutrin

Saint Petersburg, FL

#48 Jan 7, 2013
Echozz wrote:
Robin,
If all of these psycotropic drugs cause such horrific side affects, what are we to do with seriously mentally ill people and how do you know that these same mentally ill people would not have committed these crimes anyway. It looks like most of them were beginning to spiral out of control anyway before they were prescribed these drugs and were not on them long enough to experience their therapeutic effects. I think we can all agree that the shooters were all mentally unstable the question remains though, how do we as a society find ways to effectively treat these people before they go off the deep end.
The drugs are sending people off the deep end. www.ssristories.com

Drastically altering the function of brain function with chemicals that life has never before encountered before over vast eons of time, can’t not have unpredictable results...

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