So news is slowly dripping out about the German school shooting… this from the Times:
“A teenager who murdered 15 people , including nine pupils at his former school in southern Germany, shot one of his victims at a psychiatric clinic where he had been treated for depression, it emerged yesterday.
Tim Kretschmer was supposed to attend appointments at the clinic in Winnenden but broke off the treatment. On Wednesday he killed a man, thought to be a gardener, outside the clinic minutes after he used his father’s Beretta pistol to murder nine students, eight of them girls, and three teachers.
Investigators were still struggling yesterday to understand the motives of a teenager whose obsession with fictional violence might have contributed to the all too real blood-bath that has shattered the normally quiet town in which he grew up.”
We need to know about the details of his ‘treatment’ – what antidepressants or antipsychotics had been prescribed (if any)?
Had he stopped taking his medication or changed the dose recently?
Will there be a toxicology report done on the body of the killer?
The mainstream media just have to ask the right questions – but why they never do is a mystery to me.
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March 14, 2009 at 12:44 pm
I don’t think well ever hear what he had been prescribed cause there is a info ban for doctors about the patients threatment.in the netherlands in any case it is.
March 14, 2009 at 9:54 pm
Another school shooter on psych meds..
Not surprising, most of the school shootings have psych drugs involved. I was on these meds myself, as a young man, and I did feel homicidal , aggressive, hostile and personality altering side effects… These drugs can make people do very dangerous things to themselves and others.. That’s a fact that psychiatry and the pharmaceutical cartels who fund psychiatry are all too aware of… Maybe if the families of these school shooting victims began to look into what’s happening , things would change? …
October 15, 2009 at 12:00 am
unfortunately i think is about SEROXAt drug, because it must not suddendly interrupt, otherwise it creates the reactions above mentioned in the killer case.