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To: marktwain
My headline:

Big Pharma Is The Major Advocate Of Gun Control
"With no guns in the hands of people then when our drugs screw up their minds they won't be able to do as much harm and our sales won't suffer," explained an Big Pharm spokesman.

Obtained from an Internet source..

At least fourteen recent school shootings were committed by those taking or withdrawing from psychiatric drugs

1.  Huntsville, Alabama – February 5, 2012: [shooter was] taking the antidepressant Zoloft and “other drugs for the conditions.”

2. Kauhajoki, Finland – September 23, 2008: [shooter] was taking an SSRI and a benzodiazapine.

3. Dekalb, Illinois – February 14, 2008: [shooter] had recently been taking Prozac, Xanax and Ambien.

4. Jokela, Finland – November 7, 2007: [shooter] had been taking antidepressants

5. Cleveland, Ohio – October 10, 2007: [shooter] had been placed on the antidepressant Trazodone.

6. Red Lake, Minnesota – March 2005: [shooter was] on Prozac

7. Greenbush, New York – February 2004: [shooter] had been taking “medication for depression”.

8. Wahluke, Washington – April 10, 2001: [no shooting, used rifle to take hostages at school] had been taking the antidepressant Effexor.

9. El Cajon, California – March 22, 2001: [the shooter was] on the antidepressants Celexa and Effexor

10. Williamsport, Pennsylvania – March 7, 2001: [the shooter] was taking the antidepressant Prozac

11. Conyers, Georgia – May 20, 1999: [the shooter] was being treated with the stimulant Ritalin

12. Columbine, Colorado – April 20, 1999: [the shooters'] medical records remain sealed.

13. Notus, Idaho – April 16, 1999: [the shooter] was taking a prescribed SSRI antidepressant and Ritalin.

14. Springfield, Oregon – May 21, 1998: [the shooter] had been taking the antidepressant Prozac.


  1. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – March 8, 2012: [the shooter was found have had] Nine antidepressants [in his] apartment.
  2. Seal Beach, California – October 12, 2011: [the shooter was taking] Trazodone and the “mood stabilizer” Topamax.
  3. Lakeland, Florida – May 3, 2009: [the shooter] was on Tegretol, a drug prescribed for “bi-polar disorder”.
  4. Granberry Crossing, Alabama – April 26, 2009: [the shooter was on] the antipsychotic drug Geodon.
  5. Middletown, Maryland – April 17, 2009: [the shooter] had been taking the antidepressants Cymbalta and Paxil and the anti-anxiety drugs BuSpar and Xanax.
  6. Concord, California – January 11, 2009: [the shooter was] taking the antidepressant Prozac.
  7. Little Rock, Arkansas – August 14, 2008: [the shooter] was on an anti-depressant.
  8. Dekalb, Illinois – February 14, 2008: [the shooter] was taking Prozac, Xanax and Ambien.
  9. North Meridian, Florida – July 8, 2003: [the shooter was] taking two antidepressants, Zoloft and Celexa.
  10. Wakefield, Massachusetts – December 26, 2000: [the shooter was taking] three antidepressants

6 posted on 12/16/2012 7:26:46 AM PST by WilliamofCarmichael (If modern America's Man on Horseback is out there, Get on the damn horse already!)
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To: WilliamofCarmichael
Thanks...My sister in law flew from NY to California and ORDERED the doctor to take her daughter off meds which were making her "crazy". She found another doctor.

Most of these "physc" docs are just experimenting.

My bro wound up in jail for erratic behavior. He's screwed up for life.

12 posted on 12/16/2012 7:35:15 AM PST by Sacajaweau
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To: WilliamofCarmichael

Antidepressants do have many and sometimes severe side effects, including making your original condition worse. However, the underlying theme here as well is all these people were diagnosed and then “treated” for a mental health issue. So it isn’t just “all these people were on medication” so the medication made them kill people, but that all these people had 1 or more problems they or their families considered needed medical attention. I will say there is a concerted effort by many if not most mental health people, to treat and “manage” the patient and shuttle them along. There is not necessarily a goal of cure, just a goal of management which usually means “medicate for symptomatic relief”. And of course, many mentally ill people stop taking their meds when they feel better, or regulate their dosage based on how they feel, rather than taking as prescribed. That will wreak havoc.

13 posted on 12/16/2012 7:37:27 AM PST by visualops (
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To: WilliamofCarmichael

Very interesting. But how many millions are taking those drugs now?

22 posted on 12/16/2012 8:28:28 AM PST by kabar
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