Monday, April 15, 2013

Lifelong Depressed Man Shoots 5 month Old Son

When a person is diagnosed as depressed they are prescribe anti-depressants. It is the norm in today's society. Anti-depressants have violent side effects and when they are exercised then devastating effects take place. The government and media will not connect the dots...

From The Associated Press April 15, 2013

A man accused of fatally shooting his 5-month-old son is "devastated" about it, the man's lawyer said Monday at an initial court appearance.

Joshua Petersen, 21, of American Fork is accused of placing his son, Ryker, on a sofa and shooting him in the head with a rifle on April 5. Petersen then tried to kill himself before a family member intervened, police said.

The shooting occurred in American Fork, a suburb of Provo located about 30 miles south of Salt Lake City.

Fourth District Court Judge Claudia Laycock laid out the seriousness of his charge, aggravated murder, during Monday's hearing. Petersen wore a green jail jumpsuit and was unshaven with his hair disheveled.

Prosecutors will decide whether to seek the death penalty after Petersen is arraigned and enters a plea to the charge, Deputy Utah County Attorney Craig Johnson told The Salt Lake Tribune. He also could face life in prison if convicted.

Petersen is being held without bond.

Investigators said Petersen was upset when his girlfriend broke up with him and plotted for a month to shoot his son. Petersen's family members said he also suffered from lifelong depression.

Petersen's attorney, Dusty Kawai, said he's trying to evaluate the man's mental state. Petersen is absolutely devastated, evidenced by his somber and distant demeanor in court, he said.

"What I think you are seeing is just the physical evidence of how devastated he is," Kawai told the Deseret News. "He calls me and he is just bawling. He is weeping. I've seen a lot of very sad people in my career and his is at the top of this list."

Kawai said he has not yet asked Petersen specifically about the shooting, saying that would be too difficult for Petersen at this point. Family members cried as they left Monday's hearing.

"They loved Josh's son, and Josh loved his son, and this is just a tragic, tragic situation," Kawai told the Deseret News.

Petersen is expected back in court on April 29.

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Look Out Brazil and South America, U.S. Drug Pushers are Coming After your Children

According to Rueters and news sources, here are at least three Bigpharma suitors (Pfizer, Novartis, and Abbott Labs looking to buy Brazil's Ache Laboratorios Farmaceuticos. Ache is a private firm, but there is a private auction for the firm apparently valued at $4 to $5 Billion. GSK (GlaxoSmithKline) was interested but dropped out of the running according to news sources. Others sources say the company is not for sale.

If any of these three are successful in bidding for Brazil Ache then you can be assured their will be an increase in diagnosis of psychiatric disorders in South America. We are sure you will see an increase in ADHD, depression, and autism. When the drug pushers need to cover their costs then they need an increase in “diagnosis” from doctors. Pharma sales reps commonly offer incentives (vacations, kickbacks etc) to get doctors to make the diagnosis to sell the drugs. A number of BigPharma firm and recently Abbott Labs were fined $1.6 Billion by the U.S. Dept. of Justice for marketing drugs for which the drugs was not approved to be marketed for. GSK(GlaxoSmithKline) was criminally indicted last year and fined $3Billion last year for selling drugs for off label purposes.

They obviously need to increase their footprint in South America to offset those fines.