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Naval shooter on antidepressant–known homicidal side effects

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FACT:  “Evidence from many sources confirms that selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) commonly cause or exacerbate a wide range of abnormal mental and behavioral conditions. These adverse drug reactions include the following overlapping clinical phenomena: a stimulant profile that ranges from mild agitation to manic psychoses, agitated depression, obsessive preoccupations that are alien or uncharacteristic of the individual, and akathisia. Each of these reactions can worsen the individual’s mental condition and can result in suicidality, violence, and other forms of extreme abnormal behavior.”

(Dr. Peter Breggin, author of “Suicidality, violence and mania caused by selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs): A review and analysis.)

New York Times Report, 17 Sept. 2013: “Mr. Alexis said he could not sleep for more than a few hours. Doctors there prescribed him an antidepressant pill commonly prescribed for insomnia, Trazodone, the official said.

Five days later, Mr. Alexis went to a Veterans Affairs hospital in Washington, where he had traveled to work on a job at the navy yard. Mr. Alexis, who had not been given many Trazodone pills in Providence, said to the medical personnel in Washington that he was still having trouble sleeping and the doctors prescribed him more Trazodone, said the official.”

Associated Press Report 17 Sept. 2013: “The former Navy reservist who killed 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard had been hearing voices and was undergoing treatment in the weeks before the shooting rampage, but was not stripped of his security clearance, officials said Tuesday.”

 

FACT: The majority of all mass-shooters were or had been on psychiatric drugs.

FACT: Some psychiatric drugs carry FDA warnings of homicidal ideation.

OUR RIGHTS: To get this information to every single person we know.  Along with the facts regarding the individual’s right to alternative treatment

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