Risperidone and Seroquel-disgusting soul destroying poisons, and a last mention for ”Diet” drinks

Risperidone and Seroquel-disgusting soul destroying poisons, and a last mention for ”Diet” drinks
Philip Morgan
I have Type 2 Diabetes and am 30kg overweight, thanks to these ”therapeutic” drugs. There is nothing on the prescribing label that says that they cause or contribute to Metabolic Syndrome Diabetes, Obesity, or Mute Speech. These companies and their fascist psychiatry buddies are making ginormous profits off human suffering, and inventing an increasing number of diagnostic labels to put more people on their poisons. I also have Aspartame toxicity from drinking Diet Croke. My advice, do not touch artificial sweeteners, they are deadly neurotoxins, as bad as cigarettes or any hard drug. I have met many mentally ill people who are addicted to Diet drinks, thinking they are part of a health weight loss programme, this is propaganda, it isn’t true-they are HIGHLY addictive and toxic, probably the cause of many psychiatric conditions and physical illnesses. I am now off antidepressants, refuse statins, and am tapering Seroquel. I have a right not to put garbage into my body, it is everyone’s democratic right NOT to be forcibly medicated and to make informed choices, sadly it’s not legislated in the mental health systems around the world, but it contravenes international human rights legislation. These corporate crooks are getting away with breaching the Hippocratic Oath. Stand up and speak up. And help support those who want to empowered to make informed decisions about their health both mental and physical.

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ANTIDEPRESSANTS: Widow Assaults Policemen With her Handbag: England

Paragraphs 1 & 2 read: A mother has been convicted after
“deliberately wielding a handbag” and striking a police
officer.

Diminutive Lorna Vinten, 44, charged in to help her son who was
being restrained by four police officers, swinging her small blue handbag
containing her keys, cigarettes and mobile phone.

Paragraph 12 reads:  “Fining her a total of £1,040, and
giving her a two-year conditional discharge, Judge Jackson said she had taken
into account the fact that Mrs Vinten’s husband had passed away last year, that
she suffered panic attacks and
was on
anti-depressants.

http://www.thisissurreytoday.co.uk/news/Mother-assaulted-officer/article-1552942-detail/article.html

Mother assaulted officer

Wednesday, December 02, 2009, 06:00

A mother has been
convicted after “deliberately wielding a handbag” and striking a police
officer.

Diminutive Lorna Vinten, 44, charged in to help her son who was
being restrained by four police officers, swinging her small blue handbag
containing her keys, cigarettes and mobile phone.

But despite Redhill
Magistrates’ Court hearing the handbag had struck with the force of a pillow,
Mrs Vinten was convicted of two counts of assault, and resisting a constable in
the execution of his duty.

Speaking after the hearing, Mrs Vinten said:
“I’m just glad it’s all over. It’s been a very stressful time for me. I’m just
worried about losing my job now.”

The incident occurred at the Royal
British Legion in Town End, Caterham, on the evening of May 24, after the High
Street Party enjoyed by thousands of visitors.

Police entered the Legion
building asking revellers to drink up, and ended up restraining 17-year-old
Ricky Vinten near the exit.

Defence counsel Natasha Draycott told the
court how Mrs Vinten had rushed to aid her son, but was grabbed by the throat,
and thrown onto a table by “enthusiastic” officers.

Ms Draycott said:
“Officers were using completely unreasonable force, she was kicking out in sheer
panic.”

Mrs Vinten had claimed her handbag had fallen down her arm and
had been flying around, but she had not intended to hit anyone.

But
presiding over the hearing, District Judge Caroline Jackson said: “Looking at
the CCTV it’s clear excessive force was not used (by the police).

“I find
there are deliberate acts of wielding the handbag.”

Fining her a total of
£1,040, and giving her a two-year conditional discharge, Judge Jackson said she
had taken into account the fact that Mrs Vinten’s husband had passed away last
year, that she suffered panic attacks and was on anti-depressants.

Mrs
Vinten’s son Ricky was also convicted of assault, resisting an officer in the
execution of his duty and using threatening, insulting or abusive words or
behaviour or disorderly behaviour with intent to cause alarm or distress. His
sentencing was adjourned.

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