Monday, November 2, 2015

A Texas Mother is Accused of Force Feeding Child Ant Poison

Paw Eh, 31, was arrested and charged this past Saturday with attempted capital murder after she allegedly forced her child to eat ant poison according to Dallas News Reports. She also tried to do the same to her 7 year old and 12 year old children as well according to an arrest warrant affidavit cited by the Dallas Morning News.
The 7-year-old boy said that Eh told her children that she planned to kill them and then kill herself, according to court records.
“My mom wants to kill us with poison powder that kills ants and stuff,” the 7-year-old told police, court records show. The 4 year old is in stable condition.
The local CBS news station reported “Some people say the mother is not 100 percent,” a neighbor, Thang Awi, told CBS DFW.
Another neighbor, Sharl Nie, told the station that she would sometimes go with Eh to the doctor to help translate information from English to Eh’s native Burmese language.
“All she talked about was she couldn’t sleep at night,” Nie said, “or she was thinking about suicide.”
“She’s been sick for a long time,” Nie added. “I don’t know about medicines, but she was taking some from the doctor.”
Child Protective Services spokeswoman Marleigh Meisner told the Dallas Morning News that Eh does not appear to have a prior history with the department.
Eh is being held in Dallas County Jail. Her bail has been set at $500,000.

This is clearly psychotropic drug use or anti-depressants prescribed by her doctor. This is clear evidence of the harm that psych drugs commit upon families. Will the doctor who prescribed these drugs be indicted? Likely not. Can you see that psychiatry doesn’t work? This is all psychiatry does is push drugs that kill people. If she saw a psychiatrist why she is not cured. If a doctor prescribed these drugs to assist her condition then why did she tried to kill her family and then plan to kill herself. The why is because psychiatry and psych drugs don’t work. Psychiatry has no solutions for mental illness. Yet the government and people pay them and these are the results.

Sunday, November 1, 2015

Drunk Driving or Psych Drug Influence? Oklahoma Women Adacia Chambers Kills Four and Injured 17 Driving thru a Crowd

An attorney representing a 25-year-old woman Adacia Chambers says his client had "no real response whatsoever" when he told her that four people including a 2 year old were killed after she crash her car into an Oklahoma parade last week. Her attorney Tony Coleman was on the NBC “Today” show and indicated his client had been hospitalized for mental illness two years ago. The attorney believes his client was not drunk but that she is mentally ill. Her “no response” indicates to us that she was on psych drugs. This campus type killing is similar to using a gun to kill but in this case she used a car. In campus killings which are all too often common the similarities is that psych drugs are involved.
We don’t expect President Obama to trumpet an investigation into psych drugs. This killing also didn’t involve a gun so there will be no grandstanding against guns.
The Stillwater Oklahoma Police Capt. Kyle Gibbs said authorities believe Chambers was under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Authorities indicate they don’t see mental illness as an issue with Adacia Chambers. We will have to wait for the toxicology report to see what drugs or if alcohol was in her system. Historically, prosecution and police authorities don’t publish toxicology reports, but they will inform the public if alcohol was involved. She currently is being held on four counts of second degree murder. The attorney is adamant that no alcohol was involved. News reports quote her attorney Tony Coleman saying "During that entire interview (1 hour), I was not satisfied at all that I was communicating with a competent individual," Coleman said. He followed up and indicated she was at work before the crash, doesn’t recall anything, and she was confused as to why she was being removed from her car. News reports further indicated her father said she is not an alcoholic.
This preliminary evidence points to psych drugs. If psych drugs are found to be involved then I can foresee a lawsuit against the pharmaceutical company and doctor or psychiatrist.