Psychiatry's Drugs Create The Monsters That Kill

Vancouver, Canada (PressExposure) March 01, 2009 -- Growing public alarm over the serious rise in senseless violence, in addition to increasing international government warnings on the deadly side effects of psychiatric drugs including psychosis and homicidal tendencies, makes the Alberta killing of three adults and a child more understandable. 12-year-old Jamie Richardson and 23-year- old Jeremy Steinke murdered Jasmine’s family in a fit of rage. Jeremy Steinke was diagnosed with depression and Hyperactivity and treated with one or more of psychiatry’s drugs.

Fraudulent psychiatric labels, such as “Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder” and “Oppositional Defiant Disorder,” to name a couple, have resulted in millions being needlessly subjected to dangerous and life-threatening psychiatric drugs.

19-year-old Robert Hawkins, who killed eight people and wounded five before committing suicide in an Omaha, Nebraska mall, is another kid- killer under the influence of psychiatric drugs documented to cause violence, mania, psychosis, suicide and “homicidal ideation.”

Psychiatrist Dr Shabehram Lohrasbe told the court that Lakvinder Singh Khalon was severely depressed before he brutally murdered his 27-month-old daughter and was taking anti-depressants and anti-psychotic medication. Khalon had seen his psychiatrist only two days before the incident.

Brian Beaumont, President of the Vancouver chapter of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights said’ “It has not been established yet if, Vince Weiguang Li, the Chinese immigrant who brutally stabbed, beheaded and then ate the flesh of his seatmate on a Greyhound Canada bus in July last year was on one of psychiatry’s drugs but would be a good place for police and government agencies to look in order to curb the senseless violence plaguing the world”.

Illinois police confirmed that toxicology results show Illinois gunman Steven Kazmierczak had antidepressants in his system during his school shooting rampage—when he shot and killed five before committing suicide—bringing the total of recent psychiatric drug induced shootings to 54 dead and 105 wounded. Kazmierczak is the 12th school or teen shooter in the past decade under the influence of psychiatric drugs documented by international drug regulatory agencies to cause suicide, mania, psychosis, hallucinations, hostility and in the case of one antidepressant, “homicidal ideation.”

September 28, 2006: Bailey, Colorado: Duane Morrison, 53, entered Platte Canyon High School and shot and killed one girl, and sexually assaulted 6 others. Antidepressants were found in his vehicle.

March 21, 2005: Red Lake Indian Reservation, Minnesota: 16-year-old Native American Jeff Weise was under the influence of the antidepressant Prozac when he shot and killed nine people and wounding five before committing suicide.

April 10, 2001: Wahluke, Washington: 16-year-old Cory Baadsgaard took a rifle to his high school, and held 23 classmates and a teacher hostage while on a high dose of the antidepressant Effexor.

April 29 1999: A 14 year old boy shot two children, killing one, at W.R. Myers High School in Taber Alberta. He was student of the school who was seeing a psychiatrist who prescribed him Dexadrine just prior to the shooting.

March 22, 2001: El Cajon, California: 18-year-old Jason Hoffman was on two antidepressants, Effexor and Celexa, when he opened fire at his California high school wounding five.

March 7, 2000: Williamsport, Pennsylvania: 14-year-old Elizabeth Bush was on the antidepressant Prozac when she blasted away at fellow students in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, wounding one.

May 20, 1999: Conyers, Georgia: 15-year-old T.J. Solomon was being treated with a mix of antidepressants when he opened fire on and wounded 6 of his classmates.

April 20, 1999: Columbine, Colorado: 18-year-old Eric Harris was on the antidepressant Luvox when he and his partner Dylan Klebold killed 12 classmates and a teacher and wounded 23 others before taking their own lives in the bloodiest school massacre to date. The coroner confirmed that the antidepressant was in his system through toxicology reports while Dylan Klebold’s autopsy was never made public.

April 16, 1999: Notus, Idaho: 15-year-old Shawn Cooper fired two shotgun rounds in his school narrowly missing students; he was taking a mix of antidepressants.

May 21, 1998: Springfield, Oregon: 15-year-old Kip Kinkel murdered his own parents and then proceeded to school where he opened fire on students in the cafeteria, killing two and wounding 22. Kinkel had been on Prozac.

CCHR, concerned that most parents and consumers are unaware of the risk of homicide and suicide connected with these drugs, has launched a striking series of three PSAs warning of these side effects. The PSAs can be viewed at [http://www.cchr.org/psas/]. CCHR hopes that these PSAs serve to inform the public about the dangers of these drugs and encourage support for a federal investigation into the link between these drugs and senseless violence.

About Citizens Commission on Human Rights

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights is an international psychiatric watchdog group co-founded in 1969 by the Church of Scientology and Dr. Thomas Szasz, Professor of Psychiatry Emeritus, to investigate and expose psychiatric violations of human rights. Contact CCHR's Media Department at 800-869-2247 or humanrights@cchr.org.

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Press Release Submitted On: March 01, 2009 at 6:25 pm
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