posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 02:58 AM
Talking with my father and other people, and doing some research, we've found that the majority of these mass murders tend to be on SSRI (or an SNRI)
antidepressant/psychotropic medications of some kind. Prozac, ritalin, luvox, whatever.
I can speak a little on this topic from personal experience, as someone who was once put on an SSRI for my obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). I was
in middle school, around the age of 13. My mood took a dark turn about the second week I was on this stuff. I got into fights, verbally and physically
with other students and my parents, and turned into a nightmare on legs. I even smacked a kid in the face with a hockey stick during gym class at one
Thankfully, my parents pulled me off early enough on that I didn't have to ween myself off of the medication, and I turned back into my happy go
lucky self once they were all out of my system.
Going further, I've noticed that while they admit that many of these shooters are on some sort of medication, without specifying what, it's a safe
bet to assume it's an SSRI. So why do the doctors keep prescribing these to young men, who apparently have a negative overall reaction to them? I
blame the pharmaceutical lobby. They pay the governments of the world to look the other way, while giving kickbacks to those who prescribe them to
For more information, I've found this SSRI Stories site has a good amount of information, news, and a large database of murders and other issues
related to SSRI's.
We need to get the word out and get SSRI's pulled from the shelves, or at least do some testing to determine if they should ever be used by men at
all, let alone those around 30 or lower.