Seroxat, Alcohol And Violence…


Seroxat and alcohol are a dangerous combination…


http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-news/lucky-alive-teenager-stabbed-choked-12096607

 

“The combination of alcohol and Seroxat resulted in him behaving in this totally uncharacteristic fashion. He has no recollection of it.”

 

Lucky to be alive: Teenager was stabbed, choked, battered and pushed in bath water by partner

The 18-year-old was dealing with the tragic loss of her unborn baby when her boyfriend launched a ferocious attack after they had been to a funeral

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Aiden O'Brien, jailed for seven years for wounding with intent on his girlfriend
Aiden O’Brien, jailed for seven years for wounding with intent on his girlfriend

Stabbed, choked, battered and pushed into bath water, a teenager is lucky to be alive after a savage attack at the hands of her boyfriend.

Chloe Hogarth was mourning the tragic loss of her unborn baby along with partner, Aiden O’Brien, and they had been to a funeral on the day of the attack.

After drinking vodka despite being on strong medication, O’Brien suddenly turned nasty when they returned home and launched a ferocious, unprovoked attack.

A court heard he grabbed Chloe’s throat so hard she couldn’t breathe, banged her head off the floor and walls, pushed her under water in the bath, punched and kicked her, stotted her head off hard objects, swiped across her throat with a knife then stuck it into her abdomen as he strangled her and said “You are going to die”.

The petrified 18-year-old suffered multiple injuries, had to be resuscitated and needed emergency surgery to remove her gallbladder and a doctor said if the blade had been just 1cm away from where it was, or had been at a slightly different angle, there would have been a significant risk of death.

Such was the severity of the attack, O’Brien’s own dog went for him during the onslaught.

Now the 25-year-old has been jailed for seven years at Newcastle Crown Court after he admitted wounding with intent.

Mr Recorder Wheeler told him: “This was an extremely violent and nasty assault.

“The injuries could easily have been life-threatening, if not life-ending.

“It was more by good luck than anything that the knife stopped where it did rather than somewhere else where it would have resulted in the end of her life.

“In my view there was no doubt in her mind she thought she was going to die that day.”

The court heard the attack happened on March 23 this year.

Prosecutor David Crook said: “There had been a funeral and the defendant was with his 18-year-old partner, who was equally grieving.”

They returned to the home in Bedlington, Northumberland, where they were living, along with O’Brien’s mother.

After having a bath, O’Brien then began making unpleasant remarks about Chloe’s family and she told him to stop being nasty.

Mr Crook said: “That brought about an attack by the defendant.

“He grabbed her by the throat and began to choke her to the point she couldn’t breathe and he banged her head off the floor and walls.

“He dragged her to the bathroom and the bath water was still in there. He pushed her into that bath and tried to push her under the water and she was struggling to keep her head out of the water.

“He then hit her head against the toilet and sink.”

The attack then moved to the kitchen, where it continued.

Mr Crook said: “He punched and kicked her and hit her head off the bench in the kitchen.

“At one point the defendant’s dog was so distressed, the dog went for the defendant.”

Chloe managed to run out of the house but he chased her down and continued the attack in the garden, repeatedly banging her head off the concrete.

She grabbed him between the legs in a valiant attempt to get away and ran towards a local church.

Mr Crook said: “He caught up and grabbed her round the throat, then held a knife to her throat and swiped it back and forward across her throat.

“He then stabbed her to the abdomen and began to strangle her again, said ‘You are going to die’, and threatened to blind her with ammonia and make her drink it.”

By now badly injured and bloodied, Chloe bravely managed to grab him between the legs again and got away.

She collapsed and was taken to hospital, where she was resuscitated and found to have various injuries, the most serious being a perforated gallbladder, which had to be removed.

Mr Crook said: “The doctor said it was 1cm away from a significant risk of mortality.

“This could easily have been a fatal injury had it been more forceful or at a slighly different angle.”

O’Brien, of King’s Road, Bedlington, pleaded guilty to wounding with intent and an unrelated affray from January.

He was jailed for seven years and given an indefinite restraining order banning him from contacting Chloe.

Tom Finch, defending, said the pair had enjoyed a good relationship before the attack and told how Chloe had to have a termination on Boxing Day last year.

Mr Finch said: “That was a termination that both parents agreed should take place, not least because of the significant problems with the pregnancy and the fact the child, were it to have gone full term, would have been very very seriously disabled.

“The fact that within weeks of the termination, this man tried to take his own life with an overdose, puts very much into the picture the vulnerable state he was in.

At this time the defendant was on two forms of medication.

“After the funeral he and his girlfriend were both drinking and had drank to excess and that resulted in him behaving in a wholly uncharacteristic manner.

“The combination of alcohol and Seroxat resulted in him behaving in this totally uncharacteristic fashion. He has no recollection of it.”

 

Seroxat (Paxil/Aropax) Implicated In Trial Of Nicholas Luerkens


I don’t know a lot about this trial, but I do know that Seroxat (Paxil) can make people aggressive, impulsive, violent etc because I experienced these side effects myself. SSRI drugs like Paxil have long been linked to murder, suicides and murder/suicides for good reason. The side effects can cause these reactions.

See SSRI Stories for hundreds of examples:

http://www.ssristories.net/

For Full Article on Nicholas Luerkins Trial See Link :

http://www.thegazette.com/subject/news/public-safety/linn-county/live-updates-closing-arguments-in-nicholas-luerkens-murder-trial-20151106

Luerkens, 33, is charged with first-degree murder. According to testimony Tuesday, Luerkens attacked Donald, 29, as she was leaving the Marion Hy-Vee with her 7-year-old son. Luerkens stabbed her multiple times, numerous witnesses testified Tuesday. According to the autopsy, she was stabbed 32 times in the neck, chest, stomach and back. After killing her, he stabbed and injured himself.

The defense rested and closing arguments will be 11 a.m. Friday in Linn County District Court. The jury will start deliberations in the afternoon. Follow Gazette reporter Trish Mehaffey’s live coverage from the courtroom.

Rossell said the disorder is usually treated with anti-depressants and drinking alcohol, and abusing illegal drugs like marijuana and methamphetamine isn’t recommended. Luerkens had been prescribed Paxil and was self-medicating with the alcohol and drugs, which had been reported by his family to Rossell.

There can be side effects with some anti-depressants such as agitation and suicidal ideation, Rossell said. Research has shown Paxil causes adverse side effects in some. Discontinuing Paxil has caused violent behavior in some individuals, according to the research.

For full article see link

http://www.thegazette.com/subject/news/public-safety/linn-county/live-updates-closing-arguments-in-nicholas-luerkens-murder-trial-20151106

Dave Grinde painted a different picture of Luerkens as a broken man, who suffers from a severe illness. A psychologist, Luis Rossell, said Luerkens had a major depressive disorder and even the state’s psychologist, which the prosecutor didn’t have testify, agreed with Rossell. Luerkens’ family also testified about how they saw him change and his “mental state declined.”

The family said he was abusing Paxil, an anti-depressant, he was taking before April 21, along with drugs and alcohol, which contributed to his behavior. His mother testified that she saw a drastic change in his behavior when he was living with them. He was depressed and withdrawn.

Murder-Suicide Again In Ireland: What Did They Prescribe Michael Greaney?


A psychiatrist’s report said it would be safe to allow him back to the family home, subject to his being on whatever medication and receiving any psychiatric attention he needed.” 


 

Which psychiatric medication was Micheal Greaney prescribed? What dose? And why was he, or his family, not warned of the dangers?


“They expressed fears that the glass of wine may have reacted with his medication to drastically alter his mood.” (Evening Herald 30/12/2014)

It looks like there had been another murder-suicide in Ireland, and this case, like the many others, in Ireland and world-wide, it seems likely that it’s linked to psychiatric medication. It has been well established that psychiatric medication can cause hostility, aggression, suicidal thoughts and homicidal impulses. These effects are now listed in patient information leaflets, however many people are still in the dark about these dangerous side effects and withdrawal symptoms. I felt these side effects on GSK’s Seroxat drug, an SSRI which is notorious for causing suicide, violence, and sometimes murder/suicides. I wonder was  Michael Greaney’s family warned of these side effects, and particularly the dangers of mixing psychiatric meds with alcohol. Irish psychiatrist, Dr David Healy, has been warning of these lethal dangers of psych-drugs for decades, and Irish state pathologist, Declan Gilsenan has also spoken out on what he said were “too many suicides linked to these drugs.” Many other psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, researchers, and in particular (ex) psych service users, have also been calling for wider warnings on psychiatric drugs for years now…

Dr Gilsenan, who retired last year, says he has seen “too many suicides” among people who had started taking the drugs. In his considered view the evidence was “more than anecdotal” and he now hopes to raise the matter with Kathleen Lynch, minister of

state with responsibility for mental health.”

 I hope the Greaney family find peace. RIP.


http://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/garda%C3%AD-not-seeking-anyone-else-in-connection-with-cobh-deaths-1.2050009

Gardaí have said they are not looking for anyone else in connection with an incident in which a man was found dead, his wife stabbed to death and their 21-year-old daughter left critically injured.

The bodies of Michael Greaney (53) and his wife, Valerie (49), were discovered in their house at O’Neill Place in Cobh, Co Cork, and their eldest daughter, Michelle, was lying in the road after fleeing the house.

Mr Greaney had returned to the family home in recent weeks after being discharged from the Central Mental Hospital in Dublin in November.


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2889928/Triple-stabbing-horror-bishop-s-gardener-kills-wife-leaves-daughter-21-fighting-life-knifing-death.html

A businessman is believed to have fatally stabbed his wife and left his daughter fighting for her life before knifing himself to death – just months after he was released from a mental hospital.

Michael Greaney, 53, who had a history of ‘serious’ mental issues, stabbed his daughter Michelle, 21, in the chest before killing his wife Valerie, 49, at their home in Cork, reports suggest.

The physical therapist was admitted to the Central Mental Hospital in 2013 after being found guilty of assaulting and falsely imprisoning a woman and a barring order was put in place.

But the order was removed at the request of the family after his wife pleaded on his behalf saying he had been under tremendous financial and psychological pressure at the time.

http://www.herald.ie/news/killer-dad-had-drink-with-pal-before-murdersuicide-30869234.html

“He seemed to be in quite good form coming up to Christmas. I think his friend just wanted to wish him well for Christmas over a quick drink,” a former Irish Navy colleague of Mr Greaney’s told the Herald.

They expressed fears that the glass of wine may have reacted with his medication to drastically alter his mood.

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Mass Murderers and Psychiatric Drugs
by PHIL on SEPTEMBER 22, 2014323
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There’s an interesting article in the current issue of the National Psychologist written by David Kirschner, PhD, a New York psychologist.  The National Psychologist is a newspaper-type magazine that publishes articles of general interest to psychologists and others working in this field.  Most issues contain a mix of opinion pieces, news, changes in government regulations, etc…

Dr. Kirschner’s article is titled Mass shooters received only limited treatment.

Here are some quotes:

“As a forensic psychologist, I have tested/evaluated 30 teenage and young adult murderers, and almost all of them had been in some kind of ‘treatment,’ usually short term and psychoactive drug-oriented, before they killed.”

“After each episode of school killings or other mass shootings, such as the Aurora, Colo., Batman movie murders and Tucson, Ariz., killing of six and wounding of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and 12 others, there is a renewed public outcry for early identification and treatment of youths at risk for violence.

Sadly however, most of the young people who kill had been in ‘treatment,’ prior to the violence, albeit with less than successful results.”

“Most of the young murderers I have personally examined had…been in ‘treatment’ and were using prescribed stimulant/amphetamine type drugs before and during the killing events. These medications did not prevent but instead contributed to the violence by disinhibiting normal, frontal cortex control mechanisms.”

“Prior to the violent event, for which he is currently serving a life without parole sentence, Jeremy [Strolmeyer], an honor student with no history of violence, was misdiagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and ‘treated’ with nothing more than a bottle of Dexedrine following a brief 20-minute ‘cost-effective’ psychiatric consultation.”

“And so, despite ongoing congressional debates regarding stricter gun control laws vs. improved access to mental health treatment, our concern should be about the quality of mental health care, not just a societal safety net insuring treatment for all children and young adults. Almost all of them are covered by some type of managed care or insurance company, and the issue is not access to preventive treatment. The real problem, in my opinion, is the quality and competence of therapy for potential violent offenders when insurance companies are the gatekeepers.”

Obviously it’s a compelling article, particularly Dr. Kirschner’s assertion that “almost all” 30 young murderers he has worked with had been in some kind of treatment and had been taking psychiatric drugs.  Dr. Kirschner’s call for more competent and more intensive therapy makes sense, but as long as the mental health system is dominated by psychiatrists and psychiatric dogma, it is likely that psychiatric drugs will continue to be the essential ingredient of these interventions.  And as long as this is the case, all that we can reasonably expect is more of the same.

Dr. Kirschner’s comments are, of course, anecdotal. But there is an ever-growing body of anecdotal information implicating psychiatric drugs in mass killings and suicides. There is a desperate need for a formal study of this matter, but calls for such studies have been routinely ignored and resisted.

In December 2012, a petition on the White House “We the People” website calling for the government to initiate such an investigation was removed without explanation, even though it was well on the way to receiving the requisite number of signatures.

And let us not forget what Patrick B. Kwanashie, Assistant Attorney General for the State of Connecticut, said on this matter on August 22, 2013 when he was pressed in a freedom of information meeting to release Adam Lanza’s history of psychiatric drug use.

“…you have to advance reasons that you actually do have a real interest in the…medical records.  The plaintiff, the complainant have not shown any such interest.  The complainant is proposing that they can make generalizations, generalized from one single incident, no matter how the outcome of the use of antidepressants, or the causal link between the use of antidepressants and the kind of violence that took place in Newtown.  You just can’t, that’s not a legitimate use of that information.  You can’t generalize just from one case.  Even if you can conclusively establish that Adam Lanza’s murderous actions were caused by antidepressants, you can’t logically from that conclude that others would commit the same actions as a result of taking antidepressants.  So it’s simply not legitimate, and not only is it not the use to which they are proposing to put the information not legitimate, it is harmful, because you can cause a lot of people to stop taking their medications, stop cooperating with their treating physicians, just because of the heinousness of what Adam Lanza did.  As the material, the FDA material that they submitted show, it would take a lot of studies over a long period of time and among, and within various demographic groups to even begin to establish causal links between antidepressants and aggressive actions or suicidal behavior.  And the informed opinion has not quite reached the point to say definitively that there’s a causal link between the use of antidepressants and violent behavior.  Having correlations, there are correlations, but to say there are correlations doesn’t necessarily mean the relationship is causal.  And this is an issue the FDA is still grappling with, and so far it’s been willing to do is ask the drug makers to put warnings on their products and to advise physicians, treating physicians, to follow monitor their patients closely at the beginning of the taking of antidepressants.  So it’s a complex issue, and to pretend that you can just, based on this one case, make recommendations as to how people should make judgment choices is a disservice to the public and illustrates why these types of reports should not be made available, because in the wrong hands they can be the source of mischief.” [Emphasis added]

In other words, psychiatric drugs are safe until proven dangerous.  And, apparently, the only acceptable evidence is a large scale, randomized, controlled trial.  But the only group who has the data and the resources to conduct such a trial is psychiatry-pharma!  And meanwhile we should cover up any anecdotal information that might cast the drugs in a bad light – because that might induce people to stop taking them!

Psychiatric drugs are not medications in any meaningful sense of the term. Whatever temporary lift they may give people in the short term, is offset by their adverse effects – particularly their contribution to suicides and murder.

Information on this issue is being spun and suppressed by psychiatrists, and by their moneyed collaborators in pharma.  How much longer must this destructive charade continue?

Last updated by Phil at September 21, 2014.

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“Open Verdict” in Trinity College Student Cyanide Suicide Case (He had been prescribed anti-depressants)


What anti-depressant was this young man prescribed, what dose and for how long was he on the drugs?

Was he monitored for anti-depressant side effects such as suicidal thoughts, personality changes etc?

If not, why not?

and why no mention of the dangers of mixing anti-depressant’s with alcohol?

“The court heard that since January 2013, Mr Bray regularly attended the health centre in Trinity for mental health problems and had been prescribed an anti-depressant.

He told GP Dr Niamh Murphy that he had taken chemicals from the lab with the intention of harming himself but assured her that he had gotten rid of them. He subsequently reiterated this to consultant psychiatrist Dr Niamh Farrelly.”


http://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/courts/trinity-postgraduate-ashley-bray-took-cyanide-inquest-hears-1.1995598

A Trinity postgraduate student found collapsed in a corridor and then moved by a security guard, thinking he was drunk, had taken cyanide, an inquest heard.

Ashley Bray (23), a biochemistry postgrad from Surrey, England, and living at East Wall Road in Dublin 3, died on October 26th last year having been found unresponsive in the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute (TBSI) on Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Dublin Coroner’s Court heard that Mr Bray, a second year student researching the prevention of tooth decay, was drinking with colleagues in Dublin city centre before his death.

He was in “good form” but his mood changed as they finished up at 3am, colleague Jonathan Bailey said. Mr Bray told him that he “wanted to die” and that he was going back to the laboratory to take cyanide.

Mr Bailey put his arms around him to stop him running off. They were then trying to persuade him to get a taxi but he ran back toward the college. Asked whether he had considered the cyanide comment “talk”, Mr Bailey said he hadn’t given “too much weight” to it.

Mr Bray went to the TBSI, where post-grads have 24-hour access, at 3.08am. Security guard Samee Khan said Mr Bray’s hands were shaking when he showed his identification. CCTV footage shows him going into a fifth floor laboratory.

After 3.30am while checking the building, Mr Khan found Mr Bray lying in a corridor asleep. He tried rousing him but he “just moaned”. He moved him to a carpeted corridor where it was warmer. “I could smell alcohol from him. I just thought he needed a rest to sleep off the alcohol,” he said.

At around 5.45am, Mr Bray was in the same place and snoring. Mr Khan noted he was cold and his pulse was slow. He finished his patrol and then rang main campus security who put him through to ambulance control.

When he went back to him, Mr Bray was unresponsive. He performed CPR until paramedics arrived, telling the coroner there was a “bitter taste” when he was doing mouth-to-mouth.

Mr Bray was taken to St James’s Hospital where attempts to resuscitate him failed.

‘Lethal’ dose of cyanide

The court heard that since January 2013, Mr Bray regularly attended the health centre in Trinity for mental health problems and had been prescribed an anti-depressant. He told GP Dr Niamh Murphy that he had taken chemicals from the lab with the intention of harming himself but assured her that he had gotten rid of them. He subsequently reiterated this to consultant psychiatrist Dr Niamh Farrelly.

Coroner Dr Brian Farrell said the main findings at postmortem were a “lethal” dose of cyanide and a “high level” of alcohol in his system.

“Cyanide is a highly toxic chemical asphyxiant which interferes with the body’s utilisation of oxygen. It can be rapidly fatal,” he said.

The court heard that potassium cyanide and other chemicals are kept in the lab in unlocked lockers. The bottle retrieved by gardaí­ appeared to be sealed. The TBSI’s Professor Martin Caffrey said the chemicals are required for research.

“Everybody is cautioned in regard to their use, their safe handling,” he said, “It is not up to me to lock things away and to require permission for people to access things. That would just make the research impossible.”

Speaking from the body of the court, the deceased’s father Clive Bray said he would not want any “knee-jerk change in laboratory practice which would make working in a laboratory more onerous” as a result of his son’s death.

Dr Farrell said the death was self-inflicted, but because there was a high level of alcohol in Mr Bray’s system, he could not say whether he was clear in his mind when he died.

The legal test for a verdict of suicide was not satisfied, he said, before returning an open verdict.

Robin Williams Had 2 Antidepressant’s In His System When He Killed Himself (Autopsy Reveals).


The mainstream media are reporting that Robin Williams had no drugs in his system when he died, but what they mean is no ‘illegal drugs’. He did have two anti-depressant’s in his system, these are legal drugs, and they can often be worse than street drugs because the (side) effects are not as well known by the public. SSRI’s do have a narcotic-like effect, and they can cause all sorts of problems, from inducing self harm, mania, akathisia, suicidal ideation, aggression, homicidal thoughts etc… Anyone on them long-term is asking for trouble…but even short term they can cause all sorts of nasty side effects….

So what were the two anti-depressant’s in his system, what doses were they? And how long was he on them? I think Robin’s family deserve to know the truth about the dangers of anti-depressant’s…

It seems that some news sites are reporting the name of one of the anti-depressant’s – Seroquel-

When authorities found Robin’s body … they saw a closed bottle of Seroquel, a drug that treats schizophrenia, bipolar disorders and depression. It was prescribed a week before he died.”

What was the other one?

What dose was he on, and how many psychiatric drugs had he been taking over the years?

This news site is reporting, both Seroquel (an A-typical anti-psychotic and mirtazapine (Remeron Zispin)

http://www.drugs.com/remeron.html

“In general, some antidepressants, especially SSRIs, can paradoxically exacerbate some peoples’ depression or anxiety or cause suicidal ideation.[55] Despite its sedating action, mirtazapine is also believed to be capable of this, and for this reason in the United States and certain other countries it carries a black box label warning of these potential effects.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quetiapine

There is an emerging controversy regarding quetiapine fatalities. The deaths of at least six U.S. military veterans who were given drug cocktails including quetiapine[31] have been attributed to its inclusion by military doctors to treat PTSD. Approximately 10,000[32] lawsuits[33][34][35][36][37] against AstraZeneca for problems ranging from slurred speech and chronic insomnia to death have been filed by individuals from civilian populations.

Some have argued that additional somatic and psychiatric symptoms associated with dopaminergic super-sensitivity, including dyskinesia and acute psychosis, are common features of withdrawal in individuals treated with neuroleptics.[48][49][50][51] This has led some to suggest that the withdrawal process might itself be psychosis-mimetic, producing psychotic-like symptoms even in previously healthy patients, indicating a possible pharmacological origin of mental illness in a yet unknown percentage of patients currently and previously treated with antipsychotics. This question is unresolved, and remains a highly controversial issue among professionals in the medical and mental health communities, as well the public.[52]

http://perezhilton.com/2014-11-07-robin-williams-autopsy-results-revealed-suicide-parkinson-anxiety-paranoia/?from=post#.VF2FmNYjlo4

The first thing is that Robin was sober at the time of his death. The report stated that he only had four drugs in his system, two were anti-depressants and two were “caffeine compounds.”

However, the report also brought to light the fact that Robin was suffering from paranoia and apparently he …

“placed several wrist watches in a sock and gave them to someone because he was worried about their safe keeping.”

 


 

    Stein: Anti-depressants Gave Me Suicidal Thoughts

    Monday, August 25, 201

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    Tonight’s Emmy Awards will feature a tribute to iconic comedian and actor Robin Williams, who recently committed suicide after a lifelong battle with depression.

    Like Williams, actor Ben Stein told CBN News he also struggled with depression and thoughts of suicide.

    It’s unclear whether Williams took anti-depressants. But Stein said those drugs played a dangerous role in his personal battle with depression. He said the closest he came to actually taking his own life were the times he was taking anti-depressants.

    “The absolute worst I’ve ever felt in my entire life was under the influence of two drugs called Thorazine and Mellaril,” he said. “That was a long, long time ago, when they were supposed to make you feel better and yet, suicidal thoughts – they had the exact opposite effect and I really came close to death,” Stein told CBN Health and Science reporter Lorie Johnson.

    And then within the last several years, a drug called Wellbutrin, which is a well-known anti-depressant was prescribed to me and it actually worked quite well for about two weeks. And then I felt an overwhelming compulsion to commit suicide and I stopped taking it and it went away,” Stein said.

    Stein said he has kept his depression and thoughts of suicide at bay through prayer, rest, and fresh air, and getting in a 12-step program.

    “Unless there’s some gigantic breakthrough I’m unaware of, I would never think of touching anti-depressants again. That being said, if they work for other people, God bless ’em,” Stein said.

    Was James Holmes “Medicated to Kill”?


    Psychiatric drugs have long been linked with cases of violence, aggression, and homicide… And it looks like James Holmes was taking a bunch of them… including an SSRI – Zoloft.

    All SSRI’s have a risk of suicide and homicide…

    I wonder what psychiatrist prescribed all these meds to this clearly extremely unstable young man?….

    Did the meds push him over the edge?….

    Most likely…

    Now, I wonder what toxic psych drug  cocktail was dished out to Adam Lanza? ..

    http://www.denverpost.com/breakingnews/ci_22955988/judge-unseals-warrants-affidavit-aurora-theater-shooting-case

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/04/04/james-holmes-psychiatrist-warned-threat-before-attack/

    The records show that police collected more than 100 items of evidence from the apartment, including included 50 cans and bottles of beer, a Batman mask, paper shooting targets and prescription medications to treat anxiety and depression. Holmes’ attorneys have said he is mentally ill.

    CENTENNIAL — Thirty-eight days before the attack on the Century Aurora 16 movie theater, the psychiatrist treating suspect James Holmes told a police officer that her patient had confessed homicidal thoughts and was a danger to the public, according to newly unsealed court documents in the murder case against Holmes.

    The psychiatrist, Dr. Lynne Fenton, also told the officer that Holmes had stopped seeing her and had been threatening her in text messages and e-mails, the documents state. The officer, Lynn Whitten, responded by deactivating Holmes’ key-card access to secure areas of University of Colorado medical campus buildings, according to search warrant affidavits.

    Mixed among the explosives, ignition systems, bottles of motor oil and school text books at Holmes’ apartment, investigators found a receipt for an online movie ticket purchase, a Batman mask, index cards with chemical formulas written on them and a supply list, according to an inventory of items attached to one of the search warrants. Police also found medications in his apartment, including ibuprofen, sedatives and the anti-anxiety drug clonazepam. They also found the antidepressant sertraline, the generic version of the antidepressant Zoloft.

    Seroxat News : April 09


     

    Bob Fiddaman of the brilliant “Seroxat Sufferers” Blog has some hard-hitting new posts on the Antics of GSK and the Seroxat Scandal. As usual, GSK seems to be up to its dirty tricks again. Bob updates his blog almost everyday, without fail and I have to say I have never seen such tireless work for a mental health campaigner. Bob is truly an unsung hero to those who have been damaged from psychiatric drugs and the deeds of dodgy pharmaceutical companies. Check out these recent Posts by Bob on Seroxat Sufferers.

    Continue reading Seroxat News : April 09