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Loughner lawyers: Stop giving him medication

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posted on Jun, 28 2011 @ 10:16 PM
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Just the thought of what they can force on "we the people" makes me cringe!

If you could find a link to that thread I would appreciate it. Thanks for the info!




posted on Jun, 29 2011 @ 12:33 PM
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The state Supreme Court ruled on Friday that possession of more than 8 pounds of marijuana is a serious enough charge to warrant forcing medication on a defendant so he is competent to stand trial.

The high court's 7-0 ruling came in the case of 30-year-old Christopher Seekins of Torrington, who authorities say has been ruled incompetent to stand trial because he refuses to take psychotropic medication for bipolar disorder. Justices upheld a lower court judge's order to medicate Seekins against his will.

State law says a defendant can be involuntarily medicated if the crime is serious enough and there is an overriding law enforcement interest in determining whether the defendant is innocent or guilty. Seekins argued that possessing marijuana isn't a serious crime.



thread

well worth more than 11 flags
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posted on Jun, 29 2011 @ 01:46 PM
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Forced medication is a form of torture and a well-recognized violation of human rights. If he managed his life well enough before the shooting he can damn well take the stand and answer some questions. Of course the real objective is to scramble his brains so he can't remember anything that happened and thus cannot defend himself with any clarity. Some of these drugs--like haldol or thorazine--are so nasty they will actually cause brain damage.



posted on Jun, 29 2011 @ 02:01 PM
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Couldn't have said it better myself.

I'm sure that they will just fry his brain and throw the book at him whether he's all there or not.



posted on Jun, 29 2011 @ 02:27 PM
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delete this post sorry wrong thread
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posted on Jun, 29 2011 @ 03:15 PM
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They have more bullet wounds in victims than they have bullets fired. They have witnesses who saw another perpetrator fleeing from the scene. They have multiple reports of another person firing a gun. They have a rifle found near the scene. They have a third person arrested at another location. They DON'T have a motive. They have a patsy who no one gets to interview and will likely end up so drugged up he won't even be able to remember his name.



posted on Jun, 29 2011 @ 04:50 PM
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It is typical of the class divided capitalist system that holds sway in the USA that this boy was in need of psychiatric medications, but did not get them, and thus because of the lack of proper medical care committed the horrendous acts of murder and attempted murder that no one doubts that he did commit. However, his sanity is in question. Which is why we need to point fingers of blame not at the boy playing with his "toy gun" but rather at the entire way in which life is conducted in the USA. I am sure that if the boy had been in receipt of the proper medications when they were required then he would not have committed the crimes for which he is now being accused. I put it to you that in order to prevent further such acts of insanity the USA amongst other countries need to implement a more socialist regime. My philosophy is that we should always do for others as we would want others to do for us. Do for others as you would want others to do for you. What if it were you in the situation that the boy "Loughner" now finds himself in ? Anyone who suffers schizophrenia will understand that the boy was not in control of his actions that day. He needs the medications other wise his delusions [hallucinations] will not go away. Treating schizophrenia with anti psychotic medications [seroquel] can take an entire lifetime. It never goes away. The boy probably has no idea what all the fuss is about. He may not be able to remember doing the shootings ?

Det är typiskt för den delade klassen kapitalistiska systemet som härskar i USA som här pojken var i behov av psykiatrisk medicinering, men inte får dem, och därmed på grund av bristen på ordentlig medicinsk vård begått fruktansvärda mord och mordförsök att ingen tvivlar på att han begick. Dock är hans förstånd i fråga. Det är därför vi behöver för att peka fingrar skyller inte på pojken leker med sin "leksakspistol" utan snarare på hela sättet på vilket livet sker i USA. Jag är säker på att om pojken hade varit i mottagandet av rätt läkemedel när de var tvungna så skulle han inte ha begått de brott som han nu anklagas. Jag lägger den till dig att för att förhindra ytterligare sådana handlingar av vansinne USA bland andra länder behöver för att genomföra en mer socialistisk regim. Min filosofi är att vi alltid bör göra för andra som vi vill att andra ska göra för oss. Göra för andra som du vill att andra ska göra för dig. Tänk om det var du i situationen att pojken "Loughner" nu befinner sig i? Den som lider schizofreni kommer att förstå att pojken inte var i kontroll över sina handlingar den dagen. Han behöver de mediciner andra kloka sina vanföreställningar [hallucinationer] inte kommer att försvinna. Att behandla schizofreni med anti psykotisk medicin [Seroquel] kan ta en hel livstid. Det går aldrig bort. Pojken har förmodligen ingen aning om vad all uppståndelse handlar om. Han kanske inte kan komma ihåg att göra skottlossningarna?

AVE RAEGINA CAELINA LA DEUS NOSTRA CAELI LA VERA DEUS



posted on Jun, 29 2011 @ 05:14 PM
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Stop giving this mind control subject medication and he starts to think for himself.
Cant have that happen... he might spill the truth.
Best he be kept quiet, if that wont work, kill him.



posted on Jun, 29 2011 @ 06:51 PM
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Here's the ruling....


Judge: Prison Can Forcibly Medicate Tucson Suspect

A judge ruled Wednesday that prison officials can forcibly give the Tucson shooting rampage suspect anti-psychotic drugs in a bid to make him mentally fit for trial.

U.S. District Judge Larry Burns' decision came after Jared Lee Loughner's attorneys filed an emergency request last week to prevent any forced medication of their client without approval from a judge. The judge said he did not want to second guess doctors at the federal prison in Springfield, Mo., who determined that Loughner was a danger.

Defense attorneys said Loughner had been forcibly medicated since June 21.



posted on Jun, 29 2011 @ 09:05 PM
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posted on Jun, 29 2011 @ 09:42 PM
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So that's it huh?

We no longer have control of what can be pumped into our bodies by others who "think" they know best.




posted on Jul, 7 2011 @ 10:42 PM
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He allegedly threw a chair and spit on his shill lawyer. Now he must be punished:

www.turnto23.com...
Loughner "is taking the pills under the threat of being forcibly strapped down and injected," Cahn said.
Loughner has been prescribed Risperidone, and if he refuses to take that drug, a forcible injection of Haldol

www.risperdalsideeffects.com...
Most common Risperdone Side Effects:

Abdominal pain
Vomiting
Constipation
Diarrhea
Dry mouth
Sore throat
Abnormal walk
Agitation
Aggression
Anxiety
Chest pain
Coughing
Involuntary movements
Nasal inflammation
Decreased activity
Decreased sexual desires
Lack of coordination
Impotence
Dizziness
Dry skin
Difficulty urinating
Heavy menstruation
Tremor
Weight gain
Lethargic feelings
Joint pain
Difficulty ejaculating
Tremor
Respiratory infection

"....the risperdal side effects could last forever."
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posted on Jul, 7 2011 @ 11:17 PM
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This makes me wonder.
We all know Loughner had a history of doing "drugs".
And we all know from "his videos" he had fallen off the wagon (in the conspiracy world that is.) But I think the lawyers might be onto something here. Maybe the guy was doing drugs everyday and he was getting too into the Alex Jones, and maybe just lost touch with reality.
I'm not the psych though, its really all up to them- but you can only wonder, maybe it was just addiction or brain fried from too many trips to the forest. If that were the case- the drugs they are throwing him on now, are just doing more damage- making him act more crazy than he is at heart.
Just a thought.




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