Saturday, May 24, 2014

Santa Barbara Shooting Suspect Seeing Therapists and extremely likely on psychotropic drugs

The suspect Elliot Rodger identified by his father according to news reports is responsible for the deaths of six people in a mass shooting near the UC Santa Barbara. News reports indicated he posted a pre-meditated video that Elliot Rodger called "retribution". Seven people including the suspect were killed and another seven people were injured in the shooting.
Rodger was being treated by multiple therapists. The parents also reported concern about his behavior and the police even interviewed him according to the family attorney and news reports. Attorney Schifman informed reporters that Elliot Rodger was diagnosed as being a high functioning patient with Asperger syndrome and had trouble making friends.

Asperger is what psychiatrists called a functioning form of autism. Persons with this syndrome are said to have impaired social interactions, limited repetitive patterns of behavior, and can be clumsy as their motor milestones may be delayed. That is what psychiatry says if you trust them. The medications that are related to, or used in the treatment of Asperger Syndrome are Risperdal and Zyprexa.

So what we have here is another “mass murder” according to the police and a possible suspect who most likely was seeing a psychiatrist and extremely likely using psychotropic drugs. A=A=A.

When will there be uproar over these drugs?

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