Friday, January 11, 2013

Like All School and Mall Shooters The Batman Shooter James Holmes has been Reported taking Pharma Drugs.

Will the Government or Media ever make the connection? Not likely there is too much money in making Pharma drugs

The ‘Batman shooter’ James Holmes was using prescription painkiller Vicodin. Holmes even took heavy dosages of a pharmaceutical cocktail just before the shooting.
Side effects of Vicodin use, even at ‘recommended’ levels which Holmes likely far exceeded, include‘altered mental states’ and ‘unusual thoughts or behavior’.

The most deadly elementin the mass murder of 12 people and the wounding of 58 others was not all the weapons including an AR-15 type weapon but the pharmaceutical cocktail he was on. He was also seeing a psychiatrist, who will be blameless as usually.

The Denver Post reported Jan. 7 that, according to newly released court papers, police removed a four prescription medication bottles.

"The disclosures come in a back-and-forth between prosecutors and defense attorneys over whether those items should be subject to doctor-patient confidentiality. The judge ultimately ruled in October that prosecutors could keep the items," the paper said, adding that the names of the medications had been redacted from court documents.

Reports confirm he was seeing a psychiatrist and that always means he was prescribed psychotropic drugs. Seeing a psychiatrist equals being prescribed psychotropic drugs and add a gun and you have the mass murder that is so well known in the US and Europe.

The debate is always about guns in these shootings, but rarely a mention of psychotropic drugs involvement. If a drunk kills someone with their car, the car is not to blame but alcohol is. Why always blame the gun, and not the precursor “psychotropic drugs”.

Guns are an easy target for the government and the main stream media hates guns. The media gets lots of advertising from BigPharma and they are a huge lobby in D.C. It is easy to blame a gun but hard to pinpoint pharma drugs, so nobody wants to do the hard work.

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