Baton Rouge Shooter Had PTSD, Prescribed Multiple Meds With Side Effects of Homicidal Thoughts

From The Free Thought Project:

 

According to CNN, a source involved in the investigation of the murders told them Long had PTSD. They also told CNN Long was on multiple medications and had just recently filled his prescriptions.

Two of the prescription medications prescribed to Long, Lunesta and Ativan, have an extended list of adverse side effects.

Both Lunesta and Ativan have overlapping side effects of aggression, agitation, changes in behavior, hallucinations, suicidal thoughts — and homicidal ideation.

Homicidal ideation is a common medical term for thoughts about homicide. There is a range of homicidal thoughts which spans from vague ideas of revenge to detailed and fully formulated plans without the act itself.

However, it is apparent that Long took these thoughts a bit further.

What makes the information that Long was on these medications relevant is the fact that many mass shootings have links to similar medications. It takes a truly disturbed person to begin killing people who’ve not caused them direct harm — especially knowing that you will be killed in the process.

In fact, the deranged psychopath responsible for the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history may have been on dangerous psychotropic drugs as well, according to a report out of Reuters.

Last month, the Free Thought Project reported that investigators had knowledge Omar Mateen could have been on psychotropic medication, knew it was affecting him — and chose to cover it up.

As Clinton, Trump, and the rest of the blowhards in Washington use these recent tragedies to push for gun control, specialprivileges for police officers and more war, they are grossly misleading the public.

As Jay Syrmopolous pointed out this week, the U.S. homicide rate has hit a 51-year low as gun ownership has increased 141% over that same period. America does not have a gun …

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