Saturday, July 12, 2014

It’s the Psychotropic Drugs Stupid, Murders Confirmed on Pharma Drugs

‘Batman’ Shooter James Holmes Was On Psychotropic Drugs
Court documents confirm that ‘Batman’ shooter James Holmes was taking the anti-depressant drug Zoloft before he conducted his massacre in an Aurora theater in Colorado, underscoring yet again the prevalent yet under reported connection between psychotropic drugs and mass shootings.

Elliot Rodger, the UC Santa Barbara Killer who killed half a dozen people, was on Xanax at the time of the bloody rampage.

These are only a couple of the recent mass murderers who have killed on psychotropic drugs. The list goes on and on. The Columbine Killers and we have a list of campus killers on our website or

Thursday, July 3, 2014

John LaDue Planned a Copy Cat Killing like Columbine

John LaDue, 17, plotted to murder his parents and sister, then go on a rampage through schools, setting off pressure cooker bombs, throwing Molotov cocktails and gunning down students. He indicated he wanted to kill as many as possible in commemoration of Columbine CO. The Colombine killers were on antidepressants. LaDue has indicated to police that he thinks he is mentally ill and nobody noticed. We can’t confirm if he was seeing a psychiatrist or taking antidepressants or pharma drugs. He just wanted to kill, and they is a side effect of pharma drugs.
He was busted in May after police were called to a self-storage unit he was seen walking into. His activity was suspicious enough for a bystander to call police. Police didn’t indicate who rents the storage locker, or how he was able to get guns and ingredients for bombs.
LaDue has admitted to setting off several bombs around the small town about 80 miles south of Minneapolis as a few of his bombs were uncovered at an elementary school playground by melting snow.
He faces four charges of premeditated murder for planning to kill his family prior to going on the rampage and other charges. Police have not indicated how he obtained the guns or who the guns were registered to. Police will not confirm or deny if the teen suffered from any mental illness.