Yes. Here’s the connection. By definition, a mass shooter/murderer is psychotic. Most psychotics are either on meds or have been on them.
So you can skip the meds as being causal and go straight to the psychosis.
I agree with you for the most part. However I worked as a psych tech many years ago in the state hospital system. When I took a class on the medications I was told to always carefully observe someone changing medications. For example a depressed person may try to commit suicide not because they are feeling more depressed but because they may still be depressed but feeling more energetic.
“So you can skip the meds as being causal and go straight to the psychosis.”
Why skip the meds? What if the meds can cause the psychosis, and this is a known, documented side effect of those meds? Skipping over that would seem to be quite foolish.
“Almost all SSRIs are known to cause one or more of these symptoms:
mania and psychotic disorders
suicidal ideation (thoughts of suicide)
dissociative disorders, cognitive disorders and loss of contact with reality”