Thursday, October 24, 2013

Can’t blame the Gun, as 14 Year Old Philip Chism kills Teacher, What about Antidepressants?

News reports indicate 14 year old Philip Chism admitted to police that he followed math teacher Colleen Ritzer who was only 24, into a second floor bathroom at Mass.Danvers High School where he allegedly confessed to slashing her throat with a box cutter in a school bathroom before dumping her body in a nearby patch of woods.
He attacked her repeatedly by punching her and slashing her according to a news reports. The teen used a recycling bin to dispose of the body of this young 24 year old teacher. Now what can drive a teen to do this horrific senseless offense of a math teacher? Philip Chism was not a small boy as he was reported to be 6 feet tall and a member of the school soccer team.
At this point all that is known is he has confessed to the murder. He was only fourteen so he can’t have a real history of violence. It is not known and likely will not be broadcast if he was on psychotropic drugs, as the news media, government and BigPharma do not want the public to be aware of the end effects of pharmaceutical drugs. But it fits the pattern of how these drugs alter the mind of the user. Foxnews reported that classmates described him as "antisocial" and someone who appeared "really tired and out of it". This fits an effect of psychotropic drugs use. If a gun was used then there would be uproar and Congressional Debate, stump speeches by President Obama and CNN and the alphabet channels would beat the anti-gun drums for at least a week. It is also not likely a bully incident, which the media would trumpet and parade talking heads to comment.
So there was no gun in this case and this horrific murder of a young innocent teacher will fall from the headlines within days. If Philip Chism was taking psychotropic drugs like so many other children then he would be a victim as well of Bigpharma and the prolonged silence of the effects of these drugs.
If we had a true independent investigative media network then we could know more and the public could become more aware of the role psychotropic drugs play in all these school and mall killings. Investigative journalism has died long ago, or is only used against conservatives. If we had a Health Care government that actually cared about youths and what is really the cause of all these school killings then we could get somewhere, and correct it. But it is all about money and control. The money that Bigpharma pays for advertising to the media and influence to the government rules the system. These drugs control people to an extent and the government loves control. Until the public wakes up we will have school and mall killings practically monthly. Maybe if it was daily then there would be an uproar. But you will have to stop listening to the media and government and take matters in your own hands. It is up to the parents

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