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School shooter Adam Lanza likely on meds; labeled as having ‘personality disorder’

•, Mike Adams
 In mass shootings involving guns and mind-altering medications, politicians immediately seek to blame guns but never the medication. Nearly every mass shooting that has taken place in America over the last two decades has a link to psychiatric medication, and it appears today’s tragic event is headed in the same direction.

According to ABC News, Adam Lanza, the alleged shooter, has been labeled as having “mental illness” and a “personality disorder.” These are precisely the words typically heard in a person who is being “treated” with mind-altering psychiatric drugs.

One of the most common side effects of psychiatric drugs is violent outbursts and thoughts of suicide.

Note: The shooter was originally mid-identified as Ryan Lanza but has now been corrected to Adam Lanza.

The Columbine High School shooters were, of course, on psychiatric drugs at the time they shot their classmates in 1999. Suicidal tendencies and violent, destructive thoughts are some of the admitted behavioral side effects of mind-altering prescription medications.

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Comment by Ernest Ryan
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Sure, let's get gun control people try. Go back to single-shot guns and ban all automatic weapons except for military and police use. But this is like putting a 30 MPH governor on the car of convicted drunk drivers. Would that really stop a drunk driver from killing people? This Lanz kid could have killed just as many people with a single-shot 12-gauge shotgun and a bag of shells. The mental state of a person using a gun or car determines how it gets used. The Lanz kid reportedly had a mental disorder called Asperger's Syndrome, a form of autism. Like every other school, church, mall, theater or workplace mass murderer who then commits suicide, he was now reported on ABC news as taking psychiatric drugs which have Black Box labels on them warning that they can cause suicidal and violent thoughts and actions. Talk to people on these drugs. Many of them have uncontrollable, violent thoughts and nightmares like someone on LSD--another psychiatric wonder drug. I hear some psychiatrists are again advocating LSD should be used to treat mental disorders. Over twenty percent of our military are being "treated" with psychiatric drugs and the violence and suicides on our military bases is at an all-time record as a result. Ever wonder why these shootings don't happen in Switzerland or Israel where everyone of military age has an assault rifle at home or access to one. They don't put their population on psychiatric drugs like we do.
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