Another day and another report of a mother killing her children and yet again antidepressants are involved. These drugs are mind altering drugs, not Smarties, and have the potential to kill.
At the risk of annoying a few medical ‘professionals’ who are either being paid by pharmaceutical companies to deny the serious side-effects of these drugs or others who are afraid to upset protocol, I am giving my opinion.
Fathers and mothers killing their spouses and their children, children killing their parents or grandparents, students bringing a gun to college to massacre their teachers and other students; THESE CRIMES RARELY HAPPEN WITHOUT THE INTERVENTION OF SSRI’S. These depressants/antidepressants can cause suicide and homicide and the drug companies are well aware of this. Whether people believe that SSRI’s caused Shane to commit murder/suicide is not an issue anymore as he’s not here to answer, but please, when a member of your family is prescribed these drugs, just be extremely careful.
Directly after one of these incidents, as happened here in Ireland, the drug company will say it was the underlying depression, but if asked the question directly, they are legally obliged to admit that their drugs can cause suicide and violence. They don’t admit this for the fun of it or the off-chance that it may possible happen!
The Courts decision on a grandfather who killed his wife, his daughter, and his granddaughter before killing himself… “Paxil was a proximate cause of Donald Schell committing the homicides and suicide involved in this litigation” Link.
“It’s inexplicable,” he said. “I don’t understand what happened. She always took care of the children.” Jose Humberto Taque told The Los Angeles Times. The funeral for Lindsay, 1, and Marian, 5, was held Wednesday in East Los Angeles. Their mother, Lorna Valle, 33, is currently in jail facing two counts of murder. Taque said his wife bought the two girls teddy bears and balloons for Valentine’s Day, the day before she allegedly tried to drown them in an infant tub. Lindsay died later that day; Marian died last week. Besides anxiety, Valle suffered from headaches, burning pain in her stomach and back and tried to get help at clinics and hospitals. “She felt like she was going to die,” Taque said. “Nobody listened to her.”
She once went to the Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center and waited eight hours to see a mental health counselor, Taque said. He is considering suing the hospital for negligence. The county mental health department has no records of Valle seeking treatment, said spokeswoman Kathleen Piche. Taque says he doesn’t want his wife to go to prison but to receive psychiatric help. The couple met as teenagers in Guatemala, later married and immigrated to Los Angeles. Valle was employed in a perfume shop; Taque works as a gardener. The girls will be buried in Guatemala