Sunday, July 19, 2015

Chattanooga Shooter Depressed According to Family

Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez, The gunman's family issued a statement expressing their condolences and saying he suffered from depression.

United States and authorities abroad in Jordan are looking into his other motivations in connections to terrorism. Abdulazeez shot and killed five Armed forces personnel who worked at a recruiting center in a strip mall. He then drove to a Navy operations support center about 7 miles away and stage another attack. He was killed by law enforcement at that location.

If his family said he was depressed then that indicates psychotropic drugs most likely were involved. Anti-depressant side effects demonstrate this type of killing behavior as they are connected to virtually all the education campus’s and mall shootings across the US and worldwide. Authorities will most likely tag this as a terror related act.
His recent behavior doesn’t demonstrate that he was a devote Muslim as he was arrested for a DUI and other drugs were suspected.

Will this be the first time that criminal authorities connect the dots with psychotropic drugs? We hope so, but we are not holding our breath. There is more money in war then in solutions. Anti-depressants are not and will never be a solution to depression.

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