Thursday, May 14, 2015

Wisconsin Officer Exonerated and a Teen is Deceased, but is Pfizer Exonerated?

According to the Wisconsin Dane County DA a March 6 shooting of Tony Terrell Robinson Jr. was "lawful."
NBCnews reported that some of the evidence was recently released from the scene of the shooting, including dashcam videos taken from police cruisers. The Dane County district attorney said that Robinson, 19, had Xanax, mushrooms and marijuana in his system. Witnesses described him as acting erratically while on drugs that evening. End News Report.
Xanax is a product of Pfizer, and some of the side effects are irritability, trouble concentrating, fear or nervousness, inability to sit still, mood or mental changes. Rare side effects are actions that are out of control, feeling jittery. Hmm, according to the police report this young teen was acting erratic and out of control, and punched the officer. It seems like this young man was feeling the effects of Xanax and hallucinogenic mushrooms as well as marijuana. But will Pfizer be exonerated well certainly. The protesters are concentrating on the police incident and not that the teen was as the mercy of Pfizer’s drugs.
We should all protest Pfizer’s headquarters and hold them to account. Their Xanax drug was an element in the cause of this police incident and the death of this teen.

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Wisconsin Bridge Killer Sergio Valencia del Toro was Depressed According to News Report

Sergio Valencia del Toro, 27, of Menasha, Wis., suffered from major depression and was very irrational, his former fiance said to multiple news reports. He shot four people and then himself on a bridge in a small city in Wisconsin.
The USA Today reported that the police said Valencia del Toro biked to the Trestle Trail with two handguns and began shooting unprovoked and at close range near the pavilion on the bridge. The victims were as young as 11 to 33 years old.
Valencia del Toro died Sunday at the same hospital. It is not verified if del Toro was on psychotropic drugs or anti-depressants, but this is a hallmark of those drugs. Depressed people see a doctor or psychiatrist and then are prescribed a psychotropic drug. Psychotropic drugs and anti-depressants don’t work and they never have. They simply lead to a person acting out mania in this fashion. If they have access to guns like del Toro did then they indiscriminately kill like the evidence shows he did.
The pharmaceutical company, doctor or psychiatrist who most likely prescribed the drugs are responsible for this outcome, but they will never be held to account and the pharmaceutical company will continue to make billions. This is the world today.

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Baltimore Police Arrested?

According to the Associated Press which reported WBAL records one officer was hospitalized in April 2012 following concerns about his mental health. The officer’s police and personal guns were confiscated by Sheriffs authorities. This information sounds like pharmaceutical drugs were involved in this officers life. This information doesn’t affect the case in Baltimore, but once a person is in a hospital because of a mental state they are almost always prescribed psychotropic drugs.

Further news reports indicate from the Washington Post say recently police visited the officers home as his girlfriend and mother of his child called police because of statements the officer said to her which alarmed her.

These are indications of the effects of the officer’s mental state. This is typical of psychotropic drug use. Police would not take guns away from an officer unless they felt the officer would harm them self or others. Psychotropic drugs are so prolific in today’s society and within the local, State and Federal government that psychotropic drug most likely would have been prescribed to an officer with these incidents.

All these Baltimore officers are innocent until proven guilty, and no way were the psychotropic drugs the cause of this incident with Freddie Gray’s life. Additionally, the officer was not alone in the arrest, so the officer’s mental state must have been cleared for him to go back to work after hospitalization. It just shows that the massive overuse of psychotropic drugs in today’s society. So if the officer’s guns were confiscated in 2012 and if the officer was prescribed psych drugs thereafter then if the psych drugs worked then why just recently did police have to come to the officers home to protect his girlfriend and child? We don’t know and will likely not know for sure if psych drugs were in this officers life, but the track record and proliferation of the drugs show that they are in the military, police, schools, universities and throughout the US and World Government, but nobody gets cured by psych drugs.