Mark Taylors Site. NOTE FROM Ann Blake-Tracy: Michael Moore, after reviewing all
the data on Columbine in making his movie, Bowling for Columbine, made his
message clear in the new movie The Drugging of Our Children about what he NOW
believes caused Columbine. Click on his picture to view his video
statement at www.drugawareness.org
In all of these articles out yesterday in the news covering the story by
Dylan’s mother there is STILL no mention of any medication use on Dylan’s part.
Yet we have a friend of Dylan’s who came forward claiming to have been helping
him withdraw from both Zoloft and Paxil.
But the coroner claims they found nothing in his system (I could go into
why that report is suspect but will save that for another time).
IF there really was nothing in his system, was Dylan in withdrawal from his
SSRIs at that point? We know that withdrawal can produce that same extreme out of character violence since the REM Sleep Behavior Disorder (RBD) is more
prevalent in the withdrawal from these drugs than while on them. And yet of
those being diagnosed with RBD a staggering 86% were taking an antidepressant!
(To learn more about RBD read my FDA testimony on comedian Phil Hartman and is
wife’s Zoloft-induced murder/suicide – a classic case of RBD also found posted
And if Dylan had been taking antidepressants were they prescribed to
Dylan? If not, where was he getting them? (Let us point out that anyone can
obtain these drugs easily. They have been sold in the streets since the early
90’s to be used recreationally and samples can be found ANYWHERE. Someone just
let me know that they found a bottle of Effexor in a shoe at a second
hand store!) Was a friend sharing their prescription? It happens regularly
from reports I get from kids. Were either of his parents taking one that he was
using for himself?
Years ago I was called in on a case of a 19 year old who was staying with a
married couple where the wife had been prescribed Zoloft and did not like how it
made her feel. She stopped taking it and placed in on top of the fridge. So when
the young man started feeling a little down he remembered the pills were for
depression and were suppose to help you feel better. So he took a couple, waited
a couple of hours and took more because he still was not feeling any better.
Then again took more a little later expecting to feel better right away. After
about five pills he recalls nothing about stabbing a man over 100 times with a
The motherof one of the two teenagers who murdered a dozen fellow students and a
teacher in the massacre atColumbinehigh school has broken a decade of
silence to say that she is unable to look at another child without thinking
about the horror and suffering her son caused.
Klebold, whose son Dylan and another youth, Eric Harris, hunted down pupils at
the Colorado school with shotguns, a semi-automatic pistol and a rifle before
killing themselves, has described her trauma over her son’s actions.
the rest of my life, I will be haunted by the horror and anguish Dylan caused,”
she wrote in O, The Oprah Magazine. “I cannot look at a child in a grocery
store or on the street without thinking about how my son’s schoolmates spent the
last moments of their lives. Dylan changed everything I believed about myself,
about God, about family and about love.”
the Klebold nor Harris families has spoken about the massacre, in which 21
students were also wounded.
recounts how the last word she heard from her son was a gruff goodbye as he
rushed out of the door early on the morning of the killings in April 1999.
was getting dressed for work when I heard Dylan bound down the stairs and open
the front door … I poked my head out of the bedroom. ‘Dyl?’ All he said was
‘Bye.’ … His voice had sounded sharp. I figured he was mad because he’d had
to get up early to give someone a lift to class. I had no idea that I had just
heard his voice for the last time,” she said.
Klebold was headed to make a final video with Harris to say goodbye and
apologise to their families before they drove to the school to plant bombs,
which failed to detonate, and to carry through their plan to kill their fellow
the killings, the authorities said there were indications that the two youths
were disturbed and hints of the looming catastrophe. Harris’s blog included
instructions on how to make explosives and, later, angry denunciations of
society that attracted the attention of the police after Harris posted a death
threat against another student. Closer to the massacre, Harris listed his
stockpile of weapons and posted a hit list. Klebold was less overt but with
Harris made secret videos of their weapons and wrote in his diary of a desire to
plan an attack that would match the bombing in Oklahoma City by rightwing
militiamen that killed 168 people.
writes that she had no idea that Dylan was contemplating killing himself or
anyone else. “From the writings Dylan left behind, criminal psychologists have
concluded that he was depressed and suicidal. I’d had no inkling of the battle
Dylan was waging in his mind,” she wrote.
participation in the massacre was impossible for me to accept until I began to
connect it to his own death. Once I saw his journals, it was clear to me that
Dylan entered the school with the intention of dying there. In order to
understand what he might have been thinking, I started to learn all I could
years after the killings, the FBI said they believe that Harris was a clinical
psychopath who masterminded the plan and Klebold depressive.
The massacre continues to generate debate about the motives of the two youths and
whether anything could have been done to stop them. The magazine said that Susan
Klebold was not paid for the article and will not be making an appearance on
Oprah Winfrey’s television
Last paragraph reads: “The victims are reportedly Ardo
Novarro, 55, and his 22-year-old son, Noel. Neighbors said the father had
been takingantidepressantsand appeared grief-stricken over the
death of his wife earlier in the year.”
Autopsies are scheduled Saturday for a father and son believed to
have been killed in a murder–suicide in Paradise Hills.
A friend who
went to check on the men in a house on Sylvy Way near Omega Drive looked in a
window, saw what appeared to be two bodies and called 911 about 2 p.m. Saturday,
according to the Medical Examiner’s Office.
Neighbors said they heard
several shots coming from the home Wednesday night. Authorities said a handgun
was found near the bodies.
The victims are reportedly Ardo Novarro, 55,
and his 22-year-old son, Noel. Neighbors said the father had been taking
antidepressants and appeared grief-stricken over the death of his wife earlier
in the year.
Paragraph eleven reads: “Gardai are investigating whether Shane Clancy, who murdered Seb Creane (22) before killing himself,may have misusedanti-depressantsthat had been prescribed for him just a week before the tragic night.”
Relatives of killer Shane Clancy have insisted that the disturbed young man took a recent trip to Thailand to relax, and have hit out at suggestions that he was following his former girlfriend Jennifer Hannigan.
Shane, who broke up with his girlfriend Ms Hannigan (22) six months ago, planned an extended trip to Australia to rest and broke the journey with a stop off in Thailand.
Shane’s cousin Chris Clancy, who lives in Thailand with his wife, told theHeraldthat this was to be a time for Shane to get his thoughts together and relax in the idyllic setting of the Asian country.
“I live in Thailand and I was contacted by Shane before he arrived,” Chris said. “He said he would be stopping off here before he travelled on to Australia, Fiji and America.
“He said he needed a break away from Ireland for a bit and he just wanted to relax on a remote beach,” he explained. “He did not follow that girl [Jennifer Hannigan] to Thailand at all,” insisted Mr Clancy.
Mr Clancy added that Shane seemed to be improving during the holiday and his relieved family believed his depression was lifting.
“Shane had a great time with myself and my Thai wife in Bangkok. He was a bit depressed but seemed to be getting happier as time went by,” Chris said.
“I sent him to my friend’s beach resort, which is two hours south of Bangkok, and he had a good time there also,” he revealed. “My friend said he just relaxed on the beach and was reading a book about the new American president.”
The image is in stark contrast to the disturbed young man who unleashed a savage attack on his ex-girlfriend Jennifer, her boyfriend Seb Creane and Seb’s brother Dylan on August 23.
Earlier this summer, Shane called off a charity fundraising trip to India citing personal reasons.
Gardai are investigating whether Shane Clancy, who murdered Seb Creane (22) before killing himself, may have misused anti-depressants that had been prescribed for him just a week before the tragic night.
Earlier this week Shane’s father, Patrick Clancy, spoke of the devastation and confusion he felt when gardai turned up on his doorstep to say that he had been involved in a stabbing incident.
“I still don’t believe my son was in his right mind. Shane could have never lived with what he had done,” Mr Clancy said. “Shane was a pacifist and I don’t think he knew what rage or anger was and when it hit him, it was too late. A few seconds and everything was gone.”
Why would it even be going to court? Glaxo is so stupid! They let the Donald Schell murder/suicide case go to court and look what it got them. Now they are going to do this????
Who is handling this one? Hope the attorneys are using Dr. Pal Paucher whose work has demonstrated this for a very long time.
[NOTE: This is being sent to you directly as well as being posted on our “BREAKING NEWS” section of our new website. We are posting new cases there as they come in as well..]
We just had the anniversary of 9/11. And today is the anniversary of the death of baby Indiana. And this week we will have the first Paxil Birth Defect case hit the courts.
So what do all of these have in common? PLENTY!!
Baby Indiana lost her life a year ago today due to the fact that her mother took Effexor during her pregnancy and her parents were not warned of the potentially fatal dangers involved. (Please go to one of the sites below to lend support to her family in their battle to raise awareness and also to see what happened to baby Indy.)
All antidepressants increase serotonin levels. The main function of serotonin is constriction of smooth muscle tissue – the lungs and broncial tubes, the intestines, uterus, and the major organs of the body.
Serotonin was originally given to put pregnant women into labor so is it any wonder that Indy and so many other babies born to mothers on antidepressants are either miscarried or born early?
When serotonin levels go too high it results in Serotonin Syndrome which can be fatal producing death via multiple organ failure as the organs constrict and shut down as happened with baby Indy’s lungs.
Now the 9/11 connection: EVERY WEEK IN THIS COUNTRY WE LOSE AS MANY LIVES AS WE LOST IN THE 9/11 TRAGEDY TO ADVERSE REACTIONS FROM PRESCRIPTION DRUGS PRESCRIBED VIA FDA GUIDELINES – NOT ABUSED, BUT GIVEN AND TAKEN ACCORDING TO FDA GUIDELINES.
Why, are we at war in the Middle East over so few deaths (not that they did not matter or were any less important) as opposed to the thousands upon thousands of needless and senseless deaths that continue to happen every week in America due to these deadly prescription drugs that the world tends to ignore?!!! This is an ongoing, never ending 9/11 tragedy striking every week for years before 9/11 and for many years now since 9/11.
Who are the real terrorists? And why have we not declared war on them?
Now this week another family will go into court to fight the battle their little one cannot fight on his/her own. The birth defects have been known of for some time in medical science, but not shared with the parents of those who should be watching for them.
And just how many are there? We have NO idea. Most families are dealing with them with no idea even yet what the cause is. Last year I was speaking with a father about a business matter who explained he could not speak long because his 15 year old daughter was born with a hole in her heart and he had to run her to a doctor’s appointment.
I immediately asked which antidepressant his wife was taking during pregnancy with his daughter. Without hesitation he turned to his wife and asked, “Honey, which antidepressant were you on when you carried ________? Paxil. It was Paxil remember? That was when you had me start taking it.”
Of course I told him he needed to look up the FDA warnings on the drug and heart defects at birth due to the drug. I then gave him the numbers of several attorneys and explained that his daughter has every right to file for this terrible problem that has so affected her life for the past 15 years and will for the rest of her life that will be cut short as a result of the damage done by the drug.
So how many other 15 year olds are there out there dealing with these birth defects even though they have no knowledge of this being a side effect of their mother’s medication? And how many others like Indy did not survive their damages? We need to know. Hopefully this case finally making its way into court will stir up enough publicity to wake up enough people to give these children and their families answers.
Dr. Ann Blake-Tracy, Executive Director,
International Coalition for Drug Awareness
www.drugawareness.org & www.ssristories.drugawareness.org
Author of Prozac: Panacea or Pandora? – Our
Serotonin Nightmare (Order #)
Today, September 13, 2009 is the one year anniversary of Indiana Delahunty’s death. We encourage you to please go to her parent’s, Christian & Matt Delahunty’s, blog to offer some moral support to the family at this time.
Test Paxil case hits court next week
September 11, 2009 — 10:43am ET | By Tracy Staton
* AP: Glaxo reps aided Paxil ghostwriting
* Supremes ask for Obama view in vaccine case
* Glaxo under scrutiny in EU
* U.S. Paxil probe broadens
* Grassley asks FDA for Paxil review
GlaxoSmithKline and a bunch of plaintiffs’ lawyers will have their eyes on a Philadelphia court next week. That court is hosting a bellwether liability case over claims that the antidepressant Paxil causes birth defects. Glaxo faces some 600 lawsuits with similar claims. “These cases are sort of like the canary in the coal mine,” law professor David Logan told Bloomberg. “The early cases set the parameters for any global settlement negotiations.”
In this first case, plaintiff Michelle David claims that Paxil caused heart defects in her son Lyam Kilker and that Glaxo failed to warn about the drug’s potential to cause birth defects. As you know, FDA asked Glaxo in 2005 to update Paxil’s label with information on heart defects in infants. Glaxo says the FDA’s action doesn’t prove that Paxil causes birth defects; its own studies after the warning “have been inconclusive with mixed results,” the company says.
But David’s attorney says that Glaxo failed to follow up on early animal studies that suggested Paxil might cause birth defects, and that the company designed Paxil studies to use low doses of the drug to avoid triggering adverse events. “In 1998, GSK internally concluded that it had received an ‘alarming’ number of abnormal pregnancy adverse events for Paxil and failed to disclose this information to the FDA, physicians or the public,” the lawyers said in a court filing. We’ll be hearing much more from both sides next week.
How sickening that this horrific antidepressant-induced murder/suicide could happen right in the same city where a jury found eight years ago that ONLY TWO PILLS of the antidepressant Paxil were the main cause for Donald Schell to shoot his wife, daughter, infant granddaughter and then himself!
WHY DID THE LOCAL MEDIA ALLOW THE TRAGIC WARNING BY THE SCHELL FAMILY (AT THE COST OF SO MUCH INNOCENT BLOOD) TO LEAVE THE PUBLIC EYE LONG ENOUGH FOR ANOTHER SIMILAR TRAGEDY TO HAPPEN??????!!!!!!!!!! HOW LONG DO WE ALLOW THIS TO HAPPEN AND DO NOTHING?! WHERE IS THE MEDIA RESPONSIBILITY TO WARN THE PUBLIC?! IS IT BURIED UNDER THEIR LARGE ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS FROM PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES?!
Sorry to shout, but people are dying horrible deaths and no one seems to care. After 20 years of witnessing so many senseless deaths you start shouting. PLEASE encourage your local media to warn of this possibility with these drugs. If they need more information have them contact me.
Dr. Ann Blake-Tracy, Executive Director,
International Coalition for Drug Awareness
www.drugawareness.org & www.ssristories.drugawareness.org
Author of Prozac: Panacea or Pandora? – Our
Serotonin Nightmare (Order #)
Paragraph three reads: “In a toxicology test, forensic pathologist Dr. Patrick Allen found opiates, tranquilizers, anti-depressants and pain killers in the woman, according to the autopsy report.”
Paragraphs seven and eight read: “Luna said the woman did have some anti-depressants that were prescribed, and that she had a history of such medication.
“There’s no prescription for the (opiates and morphine),” Luna said Wednesday. “You can surmise she got it from other sources.”
Paragraph three reads: “The man had lost his job,was onmedicationfordepression,was having marital problems and was depressed about not being able to support his newborn baby.”
Paragraph five reads: “The man, who eventually put down the weapon and was taken into custody, later saidhe had intended to kill his wife and his child and have a shootout with police to end his own life,officers said.”
LIBERTY Capt. Toby Meloro of the Liberty Police Department was named Ohio’s 2009 Crisis Intervention Team Officer of the Year at the annual convention of the Ohio Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness in May.
Meloro was recognized for his handling of an incident June 10, 2008, in Liberty Township in which a man had locked himself in his garage with the intention of killing himself, according to a NAMI newsletter.
The man had lost his job, was on medication for depression, was having marital problems and was depressed about not being able to support his newborn baby.
Meloro, a negotiator for the Violent Crimes Task Force, began talking with the man, who held a shotgun under his chin for more than 90 minutes in his garage as Meloro talked to him.
The man, who eventually put down the weapon and was taken into custody, la- ter said he had intended to kill his wife and his child and have a shootout with police to end his own life, officers said.
The man has gotten mental-health treatment, is back with his wife and family and says he owes his life to the Liberty Police Department, the newsletter said.
CIT is an effort between law enforcement and the mental-health community to help law- enforcement officers handle incidents involving people with mental illness.
In Trumbull County, 95 police officers and 11 other professionals have received CIT training since February 2006.
Note From Ann Blake-Tracy: I do not know if I can tolerate reading another one of these stories!
This last week I went to the Iowa State Fair for the first time with my daughter and her family who were visiting. While riding the trolley through the fair the man sitting across from me asked an elderly couple as they got off how many years they had been together.
They answered that it was 53 years. And he wished them the best for their next 53 years together.
They smiled and said “Thank you.”
As we drove on I looked at the man across from me and said, “As long as neither of them take an antidepressant they should do okay.” And I went on to share with them how many of the absolutely horrifying reports we are getting of elderly couples, married for many years, killing one another.
I then returned home to open this report of yet another horrific tragedy for a couple who had been married a few years longer than the couple I had just met on the trolley . . . there is just no excuse for this to continue! How sad! I is NORMAL for a man who has worked all of his life to become depressed if he has to sell his business. It is NOT a reason to medicate him!
What an absolutely horrific way to end a life of 60 years together. I hope their children know what really happened in the loss of their parents instead of one woman I met after one of my lectures who came forward crying. As she reached me she said, “I cannot thank you enough for helping me to finally have answers to why my father killed my mother and then himself 20 years ago while taking one of the older antidepressants!”
A pensioner bludgeoned his wife of almost 60 years to death before drowning himself in the bath.
Police discovered the body of retired sales rep Doreen Mann, 80, sprawled in the living room of the house she shared with husband Kenneth.
The retired factory owner, 81, was found dead upstairs face down in a bath full water wearing only his vest and underpants.
Officers took away a hammer, a craft knife and another knife from the scene at Foxroyd Lane, Thornhill Edge, Dewsbury, after the alarm was raised by a visiting mental health nurse on December 23 last year (2008].
An investigation was launched at the time by West Yorkshire Police’s Homicide &Murder Inquiry Team.
But Detective Sergeant Ian Lawrie told Wednesday’s inquest at Huddersfield Coroner’s Court that no-one else was being sought in connection with the death of the couple, who were both born in Leeds and had been married for 57 years.
The court heard how Mr Mann became depressed after he sold his business in 2000 and from 2002 to 2005 was placed on anti-depressants, and again in 2008 after a reoccurance of the mental illness.
On December 18, 2008, he and his wife were visited by psychiatrist Dr Vinood Shukla and a psychiatric nurse, the court heard.
A psychiatric nurse came to the red-bricked home called Kendoreen, where the couple had lived for 21 years, at 2.30pm on December 23.
After getting no answer from the front door apart from the couple’s barking collie dog, the nurse saw a bathroom light on and called police.
Detectives found the two knives and the hammer close to Mrs Mann’s body.
Her cause of death was later found to be a blow to her head and cut wounds to her neck and forearms.
Mr Mann’s corpse was found in an upstairs bathroom, face down in a full bath – his cause of death was given as self-drowning.
Barbara Moore told the inquest three weeks before her sister’s death Doreen had said she feared her husband might harm her.
West Yorkshire Coroner Roger Whittaker described the deaths as a “double tragedy”.
He recorded a verdict that Mrs Mann was unlawfully killed and that her husband drowned.
Mr Whittaker said he was satisfied that the balance of Mr Mann’s mind was disturbed at the time of his death and “that imbalance…was present at the time of the death of his wife“.
Mr Whittaker added that Mr Mann had given no indication on December 18 that he intended to harm his wife and that Mrs Mann had raised no similar concerns.
But the coroner said lessons “had been learned” by the mental health trust involved.
A South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust spokeswoman said: “The Trust re-iterates its sincere sympathies to the family and others affected by these tragic deaths.
“The circumstances have been thoroughly investigated, and we are grateful to the family for their input into this.
“Sadly, we cannot change the tragic events that happened but we can learn from them and a number of changes have been made as a result.”
These included: Improved systems for referrals between services and exchange of information; Improved training for staff on assessing risk; Improved record keeping following home visits.
The spokeswoman added: “The investigation findings have been shared with the family and we are continuing to offer support as appropriate.”
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Moving trailer memorializes company founder: Gunman inmurder–suicide
Vehicle’s message outrages family of slaying victim
By John Byrne Tribune Reporter
August 11, 2009
The message “In memory of Frank Larkin” may not mean a thing to the legions of Northwestern Wildcats football fans who stream past the North Shore Van Lines trailer parked outside Ryan Field on game days.
But for Nancy Striblen, the words are a painful reminder of the man who fatally shot her sister, Dorothy Striblen, then killed himself in2004in what authorities called a murder–suicide. Dorothy Striblen and Larkin, who was divorced, had been in a relationship.
Striblen wants Larkin’s name removed from the trailer, which sits outside the stadium as part of the sponsorship deal between the team and the moving company Larkin founded.
“Our family had finally moved on. For us, it’s like she got killed all over again,” said Striblen of Wheeling, who discovered the memorial about eight weeks ago. “It’s a total slap in the face.”
The episode apparently has proven jarring as well for the Larkins.
Somebody recently vandalized Frank Larkin’s former wife’s van with the spray-painted slogan, “In loving memory of Dorothy Striblen,” said her son, Jim Larkin. His mother’s garage was also spray-painted with a profane epithet, he said.
Jim Larkin, who co-owns North Shore Van Lines, said his mother reported the damage to Cook County police. Sheriff’s officials could not confirm the report.
“If somebody was upset, they should have come and talked to me. It’s my company, and the memorial was my decision,” Jim Larkin said. “My mother didn’t have anything to do with it.”
If a member of the Striblen family had called him about the message, Larkin said he would have considered removing it, but not now, given what happened, he said.
“Now I have no desire to do that,” he said.
Nancy Striblen, 37, said she didn’t know anything about the vandalism.
“It could have been anybody,” she said. “So many people are outraged about this.”
The Striblen and Larkin families have known each other for decades, she said.
One of Nancy Striblen’s first jobs after graduating from high school was working for the company, which Frank Larkin founded in 1969.
Frank Larkin, 58, was divorced and in a relationship with Dorothy Striblen, 41, a secretary at the business, when both were found fatally shot in the company’s offices near Northbrook on the night of May 10, 2004. The Cook County medical examiner’s office classified Striblen’s death as a homicide and Larkin’s as a suicide.
Frank Larkin recently had been prescribed anti-depressant medicine, which his son believes played an important role in pushing him to shoot Striblen and himself.
The memorial to his father was painted onto the trailer the next year, Jim Larkin said.
Northwestern University spokesman Chuck Loebbaka said he didn’t know whether the university’s sponsorship agreement with the company would allow the school to order the memorial removed from the trailer, which sits on university property.
Those decisions belong to officials in the athletic department, Loebbaka said.
Michael Wolf, director of media services for the Northwestern athletic department, said this weekend he did not know enough about the situation to comment.
Tribune reporter Georgia Garvey contributed to this report.
Note from Dr. Tracy: Antidepressants and pain killers SHOULD NOT be used
in combination! I absolutely cannot believe how common this is that doctors
will prescribe these drugs together and then add alcohol on top of that?!
Also the Physicians Desk Reference states that antidepressants can cause a
craving for alcohol and alcohol abuse.
Also, the liver cannot metabolize the antidepressant and the alcohol
simultaneously, thus leading to higher levels of both alcohol and the
antidepressant in the body.
Paragraph five reads: "Edwards father, Carl Edwards of Longview told the
East Texas News that his son was taking pain and depression medication and
routinely drank. ‘He would drink tequila in the evenings and we all know
alcohol and drugs don’t mix,’ said Edwards shortly after returning from
delivering his granddaughters to their maternal grandparents."
_Husband kills wife and himself with children in home_
Connie Mae Edwards was apparently shot by her husband, who then killed
By Donna McCollum – _bio_
(http://www.ktre.com/Global/story.asp?S=9747103&nav=menu118_10_2) | _email_ (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org)
NACOGDOCHES, TX (KTRE) – New information on a murder suicide investigation
that happened around 1:30 Thursday morning. The normally quiet ‘Village
Gate’ subdivision off Park Street in Nacogdoches was awakened by the sound of
gunfire and screaming children.
Today the neighborhood has returned to its peaceful nature, but neighbors
are still wondering what made Carlton Wayne Edwards shoot and kill his
wife, Donnie Mae Edwards. The 46 year old woman was shot twice with a handgun,
the same one Edwards used on himself. All this happened with the couple’s
two young daughters in the same house.
"The older daughter, she was terrified last night when it first happened,"
Art Wheeles, a neighbor said. "Then she got her senses together and then s
he was real alert. She knew what she was talking about. She gave the
police department a real good description of everything that happened. Both of
them were coping with it quite well and they knew whatever happened, they
couldn’t undo it."
Tonight the children Wheeles would voluntarily take to Vacation Bible
School are with an older sister and maternal grandparents in Mississippi.
Wheeles also volunteered with another neighbor to clean up the blood spill left
in the hallway. "We didn’t want the family to return for the girl’s things
and see this," explained Wheeles. Following an autopsy, their parents will
be buried in Mississippi.
Edwards father, Carl Edwards of Longview told the East Texas News that his
son was taking pain and depression medication and routinely drank. "He
would drink tequila in the evenings and we all know alcohol and drugs don’t
mix," said Edwards shortly after returning from delivering his granddaughters
to their maternal grandparents.
The Edwards are SFA alum’s. Mr. Edwards just got a food delivery job. His
wife was a dietician with Aramark at SFA. They were married on Christmas
day, 29 years ago. The couple had recently moved back to Nacogdoches after
selling a home in Mississippi. According to the older Edwards, his son and
daughter-in-law were experiencing financial difficulties, yet preparing to
build a new house. Edwards said, "I’m afraid you’re going to see more of this
kind of thing as the economy worsens."
Note from Ann Blake-Tracy: This sounds too familiar to the Donald Schell case in
Wyoming that went to trial after he took Paxil for two days and then shot
and killed his wife, daughter, infant granddaughter and himself. The jury
ruled in that case that the two antidepressants were the main cause of that
Cases like this immediately make me wonder about the P450 2D6 liver enzyme
that is never tested for in patients before giving them an SSRI. There are
about 7 – 10% of the population who lack that liver enzyme because
genetically they did not inherit it. Without the enzyme you cannot metabolize an
antidepressant and you hit toxic levels rapidly.
Paragraph four reads: "Lawyer Ian Pilgrim said that Warren intended to
plead guilty and had been under significant personal and financial stress. He
had started taking anti-depressants two days before the incident, Mr Pil
A MAN who allegedly bashed a female police officer with a pick handle
after she went to his home to attend a domestic dispute was released on bail
Gregory Paul Warren, 38, was charged with assault occasioning bodily harm
while armed and serious assault after allegedly attacking two officers at
Urraween on Sunday afternoon.
He was subdued using capsicum spray.
Lawyer Ian Pilgrim said that Warren intended to plead guilty and had been
under significant personal and financial stress. He had started taking
anti-depressants two days before the incident, Mr Pilgrim said.
Prosecutor Sergeant Kathryn Stagoll opposed bail because of Warren’s
unpredictability and volatility. â