My hope and prayer is that if anyone reading this is able to identify with any of it, they will come to understand the deep healing and freedom that can be found through repentance and faith in Our Lord.
Harris was on an antidepressant linked to violence. In the last 28 years, there have been at least 47 acts of violence committed by those on or withdrawing from psychotropic drugs, leaving wounded and killed.
Despite the 22 international warnings that these drugs cause hostility and homicidal ideation, psychiatrists still prescribe them at unprecedented rates. Here is a sample of what follows in their wake.
September 17,Washington, DC: Aaron Alexis, a Navy contractor, opened fire inside a building at the Washington Navy Yard, killing 12 and wounding eight others.
Alexis had received prescriptions in August for the antidepressant Trazodone. December 14,Newtown, Connecticut: In the third deadliest mass shooting by an individual in American history, Adam Lanza killed 20 children and six adult staff at Sandy Hook Elementary School before committing suicide.
A year-old girl went to Snohomish High School where police alleged that she stabbed a girl approximately 25 times, then stabbed another who tried to help her injured friend. Before the attack the girl had been taking psychotropic drugs.
October 26,Newport, Maine: April 17,Middletown, Maryland: Christopher Wood shot and killed his wife, three small children and himself. Wood had been taking the antidepressants Cymbalta and Paxil and the anti-anxiety drugs BuSpar and Xanax.
September 23,Kauhajoki, Finland: Saari was taking an antidepressant and Benzodiazepine. October 10,Cleveland, Ohio: June 8,Ikeda, Japan: He was on antidepressants. December 26,Wakefield, Massachusetts: April 20,Columbine, Colorado: Harris was on the antidepressant Luvox. May 21,Springfield, Oregon: Kinkel had been taking the antidepressant Prozac.
DONATE As a nonprofit, mental health watchdog, CCHR relies on memberships and donations to help eradicate psychiatric violations of human rights and clean up the field of mental health.I do think ending the war on drugs—or significantly changing our policies concerning drugs and drug law enforcement—lead to less gun violence.
Our country has adopted the War on Drugs approach not only to reducing illegal drug use, but to reducing violent crime. The Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia ratified a peace agreement on November 24, Although casualties have considerably dwindled, several challenges remain.
Police fear more drugs and violence are coming as Mexican cartels begin operating in B.C. OFF THE WIRE Mexican cartels are setting up shop in B.C. by sending representatives to live here with their families, the head of the Gang Task Force said Sunday. Richard’s Christian Testimony – Drugs, Violence, Prison, Freedom The following text is personal testimony of how God has brought inner healing from emotional wounds that were inflicted on me as a child, and set me free from a fear of violence and a deeply entrenched behavior pattern that had caused me to hurt others growing up.
The Mexican Drug War (also known as the Mexican War on Drugs; Spanish: guerra contra el narcotráfico en México) is an ongoing, asymmetric conflict between the Mexican Government and various drug trafficking initiativeblog.com , when the Mexican military began to intervene, the government's principal goal has been to reduce drug-related violence.
The Mexican government has asserted that. Industrial decline, economic stagnation, and white flight led to the dramatic downturn for America's largest city. At the same time, crack and heroin infested the city, driving the crime rate even.