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MASS KILLER GENERATION

“Sandy Hook is just the beginning. We’re raising a generation of mass killers.” Col. Dave Grossman repeated those lines to a crowd of hundreds at the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting in Nashville on Saturday, telling the gun owners to fear for themselves and their families and that the only solution is to arm all of our citizens.

“Can we take the lessons learned in Columbine and Jonesboro and Virginia Tech? Can we take the lessons learned on 9/11 and in Sandy Hook Elementary School? Or do we have to wait until our kids die?” Grossman asked the audience during a seminar called “Sheepdogs! The Bulletproof Mind for the Armed Citizen.”

After detailing each mass shooting to occur at a school over the past few decades, tallying up the deaths with red marker in front of the audience, Grossman told the NRA members that “you’re going to see daycare massacres and school bus massacres.”
The two-hour long seminar focused on how having armed police officers in schools is just the first step to protecting the country from the inevitable mass violence. Grossman did not touch on the mental health issues that underlie school shootings. The “worst and the most” mass murders have occurred in Europe where there are stricter gun control laws, Grossman told the audience.
“Any politician who tells you we can solve this problem with gun laws is an idiot,” he said. “The politicians drag a red herring across the path — it’s all about the evil guns and if we make the evil guns go away, the bad men will go away.”
Instead, Grossman said we have to put tens of thousands of armed cops, or “good guys with guns” in our schools and encourage all citizens to arm themselves to prepare for imminent disaster.
“Folks, we have raised a vicious, vicious generation of children,” he said. “They have given us crimes on children like nothing in human history. Sandy Hook is just the beginning. Our founding fathers knew there would be days like this… And they created the Second Amendment for just a time like this. And in the midst of all that, the politicians want to disarm our citizens. That is flat out treason.”
Grossman is a retired Army sergeant and paratrooper who taught psychology at West Point. He says he has founded a new academic field which he calls “killology,” the study of killing in war and the “violent crime that is raging the world,” according to his biography.
While Grossman may claim the Second Amendment can help protect people from violent criminals, research shows that being armed does little to prevent shootings. A 2012 Mother Jones analysis of 61 mass murders over the last 30 years found that “in not a single case was the killing stopped by a civilian using a gun.” 
As one leading expert explained, “given that civilian shooters are less likely to hit their targets than police in these circumstances,” arming civilians could often lead to more chaos and deaths.
Ten thousand kids are injured or killed by guns each year, according to a recent study. And despite Grossman’s claims, the United State’s rate of mortality from firearms is about the times higher than the rates in other wealthy nations.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) estimates that firearms are one of the top three causes of death among children, killing twice as many kids as cancer does.

Two young brothers dead in Hudson murder-suicide April 3, 2015




 In the wake of the Sandy Hook shooting, many national gun control groups and others including the AAP stepped up their efforts to lobby for gun violence prevention, including expanded background checks and safe storage to ensure that guns aren’t falling into the wrong hands.
But members of the NRA used the Sandy Hook massacre to push for arming more civilians. “The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun,” NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre famously said at a press conference.
“Why is the idea of a gun good when it’s used to protect the president of our country or our police, but bad when it’s used to protect our children in our schools?,” LaPierre said after Sandy Hook. “They’re our kids. They’re our responsibility. And it’s not just our duty to protect them, it’s our right to protect them.”

‘Professor Of Killology’ To NRA Convention: ‘Sandy Hook Is Just The Beginning’  

Many More Americans Are Killed by Other Americans With Guns Than by Terrorists September 22, 2013

ARMI PER TUTTI February 15, 2011

Trenta stati toccati, dal Massachusetts alle Hawaii, colpiti dal flagello dell'omicidio di massa. Stragi e massacri che hanno percorso le vene dell'America. Negli ultimi trent'anni sono stati 62. Le vittime devono essere moltiplicate. Decine di morti, centinaia di feriti, migliaia di parenti, compresi quelli dei killer, le cui vite vengono devastate.

Il sito Mother Jones ha costruito una mappa degli Stati Uniti dei Mass Murders. Le statistiche dietro ogni punto nero della cartina, spiegano l'imponenza del dramma. I nomi di vittime e dei carnefici che si scoprono nella mappa interattiva, raccontano di storie diverse e di epiloghi uguali.

In questi 62 massacri i killer hanno usato 142 armi da fuoco, tra pistole e fucili. Tre quarti erano state acquistate regolarmente, compresi i fucili d'assalto e le pistole semi automatiche che hanno stroncato la vita degli studenti di Red Lake in Minnesota, nel 2005, o quella dei bambini di Newtown. Le scuole sono stati teatri di queste stragi per 12 volte. Mentre i posti di lavoro lo sono stati 19 volte. La metà quindi. Negli altri 31 casi, invece, gli omicidi di massa sono stati compiuti in centri commerciali, ristoranti, edifici governativi e in basi militari, come Fort Hood.

L'età media dei killer è 35 anni. 44 assassini erano maschi bianchi. Jennifer San Marco è l'unica donna a entrare in questa triste classifica. Nel 2006, nell'ufficio postale di Goleta in California, uccise sette colleghi prima di togliersi la vita. Come molti altri killer. Che dopo aver compiuto il massacro si sono suicidati prima di essere presi dalla polizia, o sono stati uccisi dai poliziotti.

SOCIAL (PSYCHO) KILLER La Rivolta dei Nuovi Schiavi

La mappa di Mother Jones segue dei criteri per definire gli omicidi di massa. Il primo: gli assassini sono stati compiuti da un singolo killer (a parte i casi di Columbine e quello della Westside Middle School, nei quali erano coinvolti due assassini). Il secondo: la sparatoria è avvenuta in un posto pubblico, a parte il caso di una festa privata a Crandon in Wisconsin). Rapine a mano armata o sparatorie tra gang rivali non sono state incluse nella cupa statistica. L'omicidio di massa, secondo la classificazione dell'FBI, è quello in cui vengono uccise almeno 4 persone in un singolo episodio (per distinguere questo tipo di omicidio da quello compiuto dai serial killer).

Infine, Mother Jones ha incluso anche i cosiddetti "spree killings" nella mappa. Sono omicidi compiuti da una singola persona in luoghi differenti, ma a breve distanza l'una dall'altro.

Ma il dato più brutto che si legge, guardando la mappa dell'orrore è che rischia  presto di essere aggiornata.

Stati Uniti: la mappa dei massacri 18 dicembre 2012

A Guide to Mass Shootings in America



















Andrew Douglas Golden aveva 12 anni quando il 24 marzo del 1998 entrò nella West Side Middle School di Jonesboro in Arkansas e insieme a Mitchell Johnson (14 anni) uccise 5 studenti, tra cui 4 ragazze.



Insieme al fenomeno degli omicidi di massa scolastici, vi è poi il fenomeno degli omicidi-suicidi familiari, chiamato anche "famiglicidio", che è ancora più esteso e per la gran parte - se si escludono i casi più eclatanti - assai poco esposto dai mass-media. 


Il fenomeno è mondiale, Italia compresa. 

Uno dei casi più recenti che ha scioccato l'opinione pubblica italiana è stato quello di Carlo Lissi, che ha sgozzato moglie e figli e poi è uscito di casa per andare a vedere la partita della Nazionale.




Bisogna poi aggiungere il fenomeno delle MADRI ASSASSINE, madri che uccidono i propri figli, molto spesso infanti (infanticidio)



Infine quello dei suicidi, anch'esso in costante aumento.



Il 21 marzo del 2005, Jeffrey James "Jeff" Weise, 17 anni ha ucciso nove persone prima di suicidarsi con una pistola calibro 22.

Ha colpito a morte prima i nonnipoi ha fatto irruzione nella sua scuola, un liceo della riserva indiana di Red Lake, nel Minnesota settentrionale,compiendo una carneficina. Infine, si è sparato.

Le vittime sono sei studenti (uno dei quali è l'assassino), più una insegnante e una guardia giurata. I ragazzi colpiti si trovavano nella stessa aula. 

SI FACEVA CHIAMARE «ANGELO DELLA MORTE» 

Vestito perennemente di nero, anche al momento del suo raptus omicida, Jeff" Weise frequentava i forum online neonazisti e su Internet si faceva chiamare «angelo della morte» e «NativeNazI». 


Spara all'impazzata a scuola: è strage 23 marzo 2005


Era un ragazzo solitario con disturbi mentali, una storia familiare difficile: il padre suicida, la madre inchiodata a letto per problemi psichici. Viveva con il nonno, Darly Dash Lussier, ex poliziotto. E proprio a lui ha rubato una pistola calibro 22 e un giubbotto antiproiettile: ha iniziato la missione di morte da casa. Ha sparato contro di lui e l' anziana compagna, poi si è diretto verso la sua scuola. Ha ucciso il vigilante di guardia all' ingresso mentre passava per il metal-detector che dava l' allarme. Poi ha fatto irruzione in un' aula. Ha provato ad entrare in una classe, poi in un' altra, dove è iniziata la mattanza, tra le urla dei compagni. Sorrideva, Jeff, puntava l' arma e salutava, sparava facendo domande su Dio. Ha detto "ciao" ad un amico, poi ha cambiato bersaglio. Sondra Hegstrom, una studentessa, racconta: «Ho sentito una ragazza gridare "no, Jeff, fermati, lasciami stare". Ho udito tre colpi, poi il silenzio». A terra sono rimaste sei persone, la polizia, avvisata coi telefonini. è arrivata troppo tardi. Weise ha si è puntato la pistola sulla fronte e ha sparato. Un finale già visto.



Nove morti. 14 i feriti, di cui due gravi. È il bilancio della sparatoria avvenuta nel centro commerciale di Omaha in Nebraska. Il 19enne Robert Hawkins, l'omicida che con un fucile d'assalto ha perpetrato questo massacro, era da tempo sottoposto a una cura a base di farmaci contro la depressione e l'ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) e assumeva anche Prozac

He was attending therapy sessions, taking medication and being hospitalized for depression by the time he was six years old.[27] Throughout most of his life, he and his family were plagued by his psychiatric problems.[27] The day after he turned 14, he was sent to a mental health treatment center for threatening to kill his stepmother Candace Sims with an axe.[28] Four months later, he became a ward of the State of Nebraska, which lasted nearly four years.[28] He had undergone two psychiatric hospitalizations, and was diagnosed with attention deficit disorder, an unspecified mood disorderoppositional defiant disorder, and parent-child relationship problems.[28] His extensive treatments cost the state $265,000.[28] Debora Maruca-Kovac, the owner of the house in which Hawkins lived, described him as "troubled".[29]


Il giovane si trovava in una situazione psichica molto simile a quella di altri giovani omicidi di massa finiti sulla cronaca nera americana.


Cho Seung Hui, l'assassino del Virginia Tech, era stato persino ricoverato in una clinica per forti tendenze suicide e assumeva antidepressivi.

- Eric Harris e Dylan Klebold, noti per il massacro alla Columbine, assumevano farmaci psicotropi.

Like the perpetrators of both the Columbine and Jokela school massacres, Cho was prescribed the antidepressant drug Prozac prior to his rampage, a substance suspected by Peter Breggin and David Healy of leading to suicidal behaviors.[109] 


- Jeff Weise, il killer della Red Lake High School, assumeva Prozac.

His depression led to his attempting suicide in May 2004, when he cut his wrist. He changed his mind, deciding "this was not the path". After he attempted suicide again the following month in June 2004, his aunts arranged with the Red Lake Medical Center for him to be hospitalized at a facility away from the reservation.[16] His continuing treatment included counseling and a prescription for Prozac, an anti-depressant.[12]

One source said that his doctor had increased his dosage in 2005 a week before the shooting, to 60 mg a day of Prozac.[12]His aunts Shauna and Tammy Lussier were concerned about the increase in his dosage.[9]
Weise's murders and suicide reopened the public debate about Prozac use among children and adolescents. In October 2004, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had issued a warning about its use because of its association with more thoughts and acts of suicide and violence. It was at the time the only anti-depressant approved for use with children.[9]





The Thurston High School shooting took place on May 21, 1998. Expelled student Kip Kinkel first murdered his parents before engaging in a school shooting at Thurston High School in Springfield, Oregon that left two students dead and 25 others wounded.[1] 

"My head just doesn't work right. God damn these VOICES inside my head. ... I have to kill people. I don't know why. ... I have no other choice." [3]

Kinkel had an interest in firearms and explosives from an early age. His father first denied this, but later enrolled him at gun safety courses, buying him a .22 caliber Long rifle and eventually a 9mm Glock handgun when Kip was 15.[1] His classmates described him as strange and morbid, and others characterized him as psychotic or schizoid.

He constantly talked about committing acts of violence. He told friends that he wanted to join the Army after graduation to find out what it was like to kill someone. When asked about a family trip to Disneyland, he commented that he wanted to "punch Mickey Mouse in the nose".[13] He once even gave a "how to" speech in bomb-making to his speech class and set off "stink bombs" in the lockers of classmates.

Two psychiatrists testified that Kinkel exhibited signs of paranoid schizophrenia at the time of the shooting.[14]

Thurston High School shooting - Wikipedia


The Ohio teenager who killed three classmates in a cafeteria attack showed no remorse as a judge gave him three life terms in prison.
During sentencing, 18-year-old T.J. Lane wore a T-shirt with the word "killer" written on it and said, "This hand that pulled the trigger that killed your sons now masturbates to the memory. F**k all of you".
Dr. Phillip Resnick, professor of psychiatry at Case Western Reserve University, testified at the earlier hearing that Lane suffers from serious mental problems, including auditory hallucinations, depression and involuntary fantasies and an unspecified psychosis that included symptoms of schizophrenia.

Most of the young people who kill had been in “treatment,” prior to the violence, albeit with less than successful results

Thomas (T.J.) Solomon, age 15, who shot six students in a Conyers, Ga., school, was depressed and taking prescribed Ritalin at the time of his rampage. Solomon had been taking the prescription drug Ritalin "off and on" for an extended period of time.

Eric Harris, age 18, one of the Columbine high school killers, was seeing a psychiatrist and on psychotropic meds before the rampage. 

Kip Kinkel was treated with Ritalin and then Prozac, along with brief and superficial managed-care friendly psychotherapy, before he killed his parents and school mates.

Most of the young murderers I have personally examined had also been in “treatment” and were using prescribed stimulant/amphetamine type drugs before and during the killing events. 

These medications did not prevent but instead contributed to the violence by disinhibiting normal, frontal cortex control mechanisms.



To quote 18-year-old Jeremy Strohmeyer’s pre-sentencing murder trial statement; “There must be a tighter rein on the dispensing of mind-altering and mood-altering prescription drugs.”

Jeremy Strohmeyer (born October 11, 1978) murdered 7-year-old South Los Angeles elementary school student Sherrice Iverson (October 20, 1989 – May 25, 1997)[1] at Primadonna Resort and Casinoin Primm, Nevada, on May 25, 1997.

Prior to the violent event, for which he is currently serving a life without parole sentence, Jeremy, an honor student with no history of violence, was misdiagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and “treated” with nothing more than a bottle of Dexedrine following a brief 20-minute “cost-effective” psychiatric consultation.

'Mental breakdown' defense hinted in Georgia school shooting May 24, 1999

Mass shooters received only limited treatment David Kirschner September 10, 2014



Missouri teenager Alyssa Bustamante, who admitted stabbing, strangling and slitting the throat of a young neighbor girl, wrote in her journal on the night of the killing that it was an "ahmazing" and "pretty enjoyable" experience -- then headed to church

Defense attorneys highlighted Bustamante's troubled childhood as part of their argument about why she should receive leniency. They referred to numerous references in her journal in the two months before the murder, describing her suicidal feelings and the urge to hurt herself and others.
At one point Bustamante had written that she intended to burn down a house and kill all the occupants, but she never followed through with that. On Oct. 14, one week before Elizabeth's slaying, Bustamante had written that she was unable to use her cell phone because the charger had died, which meant she couldn't talk to anyone about the depression and rage she was feeling.
"If I don't talk about it, I bottle it up, and when I explode someone's going to die," she wrote in a journal that was read to the court by her defense attorney, Charlie Moreland.

Alyssa Bustamante called killing 9-year-old 'enjoyable,' then went to church February 6, 2012


Alyssa Bustamante’s prescription for Prozac may have helped lead her to killing Elizabeth Olten, 9, a consulting psychiatrist testified.

Dr. Edwin Johnstone, retained as a consultant by Bustamante’s public defenders, told Joyce that Prozac and several similar drugs were developed in the early 1980s, then introduced to the medical profession later in the decade.

But, after helping Eli Lilly — Prozac’s maker — teach doctors about the drug and its uses, as well as prescribing it to his own patients, Johnstone testified he began finding “a number of reasons it needed to be prescribed in a very careful way.”

Some of those came from “severe adverse effect” reports other doctors were filing with the federal Food and Drug Administration and with Lilly.

“They were showing an abundance of suicides and violent events, including homicides,” he testified — especially when prescribed to younger patients.

Johnstone also testified that Bustamante received several different dosages of the drug over a two-year periodincluding an increase to a higher dosage than ever before, only two weeks before the murder.


Little Alexandra Brooks fought her mother as the knife-wielding woman stabbed her 23 times.
Troubled Pamela Brooks stabbed herself 94 times, according to the reports, including 14 times on top of her head!
Recovering alcoholic Pamela had no booze or illegal drugs in her body at the time of the sickening murder-suicide.
She did, however, take a prescribed dose of the anti-depression medicine Prozac hours before her death, according to the autopsy.
In the lawsuit filed in Palm Beach County Circuit Court, family members of Pamela and Alexandra Brooks blame Dr. Mark Agresti and counselor David Dashev for the murder-suicide.






"Voglio solo che qualcuno muoia, e io con loro", aveva scritto il giorno della sparatoria. 

L'avvocato di YbarraRamona Brandes, ha detto che il suo cliente aveva alle spalle una lunga storia di problemi mentali

Sul diario, gli investigatori hanno anche riscontrato come Ybarra manifestasse una grande ammirazione verso gli autori della famose e tragiche sparatorie avvenue al Virginia Tech e alla Columbine High School. 

Ybarra ha cominciato a sparare con una pistola fuori dall'edificio, uccidendo Paul Lee, 19 anni e ferendo un altro studente, Thomas Fowler. Ha poi provato a sparare ad una donna ma la pistola si è inceppata e la donna è riuscita a scappare. 

Ybarra aveva con se quasi 50 proiettili, voleva uccidere molta più gente. aveva anche un coltello con il quale aveva intenzione di sgozzarsi (l'ormai classico omicidio-suicidio). 

Nell'interrogatorio successivo al suo arresto, Ybarra ha dichiarato di non avercela con nessuno in particolare ma di provare un "odio per il mondo in generale"

Ha anche detto di soffrire di un disordine ossessivo-compulsivo e di essere uno psicotico e di aver smesso di prendere i farmaci che gli erano stati prescritti sei mesi prima perché voleva "sentire il suo odio". 


Like nearly all mass murderers and psycho killers, Elliot Rodger is confirmed to have been taking massive doses of psychiatric drugs. 
Rodger, the “sorority girl” killer of Isla Vista, California, was taking massive doses of Xanax, a psychiatric drug belonging to a class of chemicals called benzodiazepines.
“Elliot had been taking Xanax for awhile, according to his parents … there were fears he might have been addicted to it, or taking more than was prescribed,” a law enforcement source told RadarOnline, which first broke the story.
“The Xanax had been prescribed to Elliot by a family doctor,” the story continues.
A second story on RadarOnline explores, “disturbing details about the community college student’s dependence on Xanax.”
In case after case, mass murderers on psychotropic drugs describe themselves as feeling withdrawn, isolated, distant and almost living out a “video game” that isn’t real. This is what psychiatric drugs to do you: they make you feel detached from reality.

Mass Murderer Elliot Rodger Was Taking Psychiatric Drugs (Xanax)  June 3, 2014

Un altro bambino in cura con psicofarmaci che ha sparato in una scuola. 


La novità nel caso di Jose Reyes - il dodicenne autore di una sparatoria - è l'ammissione, da parte degli investigatori, circa l'uso di psicofarmaci


The investigation revealed that the Nevada seventh-grader had a generic version of Prozac (fluoxetine) in his system at the time of death, which like all antidepressants carries a lengthy list of possible adverse reactions, including hallucinations, irritability, agitation, hostility, aggressiveness and panic attacks to name a few.

Un dodicenne, un altro psicofarmaco e un’altra sparatoria mortale May 21, 2014

A 12-Year-Old Boy, Another Psychiatric Drug and Another Deadly Shooting Kelly Patricia O’Meara May 14, 2014

Secondo quanto riportato dal New York Times, Ivan Lopez, il killer di Fort Hood, era in cura con un mix di Ambien (un sonnifero) e altri farmaci ansiolitici e antidepressivi; l'uso di questi ultimi è stato confermato anche dalla CNN. 

In maniera tragicamente simile, Aaron Alexis, il killer che lo scorso settembre aveva ucciso 12 persone alla Base Navale di Washington prima di essere a sua volta colpito dalla polizia, era in cura con l'antidepressivo Trazadone.


Queste sparatorie in ambiente militare riportano alla memoria i tanti episodi simili avvenuti in varie scuole americane: secondo molte fonti, il 90% dei killer assumeva antidepressivi. Preoccupato per gli effetti causati dagli psicofarmaci sui soldati USA, il parlamentare Jeff Miller, Presidente della Commissione sui Veterani di Guerra alla Camera, ha riferito a una stazione radio di Washington: "uno dei farmaci che il soldato Alexis assumeva effettivamente può causare effetti negativi potenzialmente attinenti col problema". Presto una commissione parlamentare si occuperà di suicidi e salute mentale tra i veterani, incluso la prescrizione di psicofarmaci a soldati.




OMICIDI DI MASSA E PSICOFARMACI: IVAN LOPEZ PRENDEVA L'AMBIEN  April 4, 2014

Fort Hood gunman was on a cocktail of prescription drugs Nick Allen 03 Apr 2014

Confirmed: Navy Yard Shooter Was On Anti-Depressant Trazodone Paul Joseph Watson September 19, 2013

There has been a fairly detailed account emerging about Myron May, who was a lawyer and Florida State Alumnus (FSU), as the most recent in a long line of mass shooters who was under the influence of psychotropic drugs. Headlines in the syndicated press have focused on May’s alleged paranoia and deteriorating mental state.
May was taking medications which caused paranoia at the time of the shooting.
May's old girlfriend Danielle Nixon has also said May was taking prescription drugs.
According to ABC Action News there was a half-filled prescription for Hydroxyzine inside May’s apartment. This is commonly known as an antianxiety drug.
Between 2004 and 2012, there have been 14,773 reports to the U.S. FDA’s MedWatch system dealing with psychiatric drugs causing violent side effects which have included 1,531 cases of homicidal ideation/homicide, 3,287 cases of mania and 8,219 cases of aggression.


Pat Ward, 66, decapitated in her Farmingdale, L.I., apartment by her mentally ill son, had arranged an appointment with a psychiatrist to get him back on his meds, the Daily News has learned.
Derek Ward, 35, who butchered his mother Tuesday night before taking his own life by jumping in front of a train, was a “sick, sick kid,” according to his uncle.
He killed my sister because we couldn’t get the prescriptions he needed. For four days, he didn’t have his meds,” said the Rev. Robert Lubrano.

Derek Ward was under anti-psychotic drugs October 31, 2014

As Business Insider reports in an article that is going viral across the web, Adam Lanza was indeed taking Fanapt — a drug with ‘troubled history’.
Knowing that virtually every major shooter of similar circumstance and scenario had been on similar drugs, it was easy to see that Adam Lanza fit the bill as well. 
The reality is that the very creator of Prozac, Eli Lilly & Co., actually kept the link between suicidal behavior and Prozac consumption a secret to protect their own interests.
This link was cleverly hidden for years until it broke back in 2005, yet still many are unaware of the real dangers.
But what about Fanapt, the drug Lanza was taking? 
The drug itself has an even more troubled past. After initially being rejected by the FDA for ‘severe problems’ in patients, Fanapt was eventually approved after a disturbing lack of study. 
Fanapt was only tested on around 500 people before going on sale to the almost 300 million citizens inside the United States for widespread ‘treatment’.

Adam Lanza Was on Violence-Linked Anti-Psychotic Fanapt December 20, 2012


L'ultimo caso in ordine di tempo è quello di Andreas Lubitz, il co-pilota del volo Germanwings, autore di un terrificante omicidio-suicidio di massa.

Anche Lubitz assumeva farmaci antidepressivi: lo scrive la Bild. Il copilota della Germanwings prendeva il Lorazepam, farmaco prescritto a chi ha problemi del sonno, usato anche contro attacchi di panico. 


L'ennesima prova del collegamento, chiaro, evidente, lampante, tra uso di psicofarmaci e omicidi-suicidi


The first Antidepressant drug-induced “Mass Murder of the Skies” March 31, 2015





















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