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BIG LIST OF DRUG-INDUCED KILLERS

WND EXCLUSIVE Charleston church shooter may be just the latest Published: 2 days ago
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As WND has reported, Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof was a known drug user who was caught with the powerful mind-altering narcotic Suboxone when apprehended by police during an incident on Feb. 28.

Suboxone is used to treat addiction to opioid drugs such as heroin. It's adverse effects include anxiety, irritability, depersonalization, confusion, suicidal thoughts and irrational, sometimes violent behavior.

Other drugs linked to mass killers have more often been geared toward treating mental illness. According to a data set of U.S. mass shootings from 1982-2012 prepared by Mother Jones magazine, of 62 mass shootings carried out by 64 shooters, the majority of the shooters (41) were noted to have signs of possible mental illness - the precise kinds of mental illnesses that psychotropic medications are prescribed for.

It is a well-documented fact that in the 1980s, a shift occurred in the direction of treating the mentally ill. Rather than institutionalize them, the preferred method was to "mainstream" them, encouraging them to function in society while being treated with a mind-numbing array of new anti-depressants being developed by the pharmaceutical industry.

WND has compiled a list of killings committed by persons who had used mind-altering drugs or recently come off of them at the time of their crimes:

Ex-Marine Bradley Stone
Ex-Marine Bradley Stone

The preceding examples are some of the best-known offenders who had been taking prescribed psychiatric drugs before committing their violent crimes - there are many others logged at SSRI Stories: Anti-Depressant Nightmares.

Read more at Big List of Drug Induced Killers