German police

Investigators Leaving Residence of Andreas Lubitz

An 8:53 update this morning, March 27, reveals the following about the co-pilot Andreas Lubitz…..confirming what I posted yesterday on this tragic event which now appears quite clearly to be an antidepressant-induced murder/suicide. See data again below to show the evidence that is rarely revealed anywhere else but where I have spent the past 24 years testifying in these cases – in a courtroom. This is evidence you will not find in the mainstream media who are busy protecting their large drug manufacturer advertising contracts. Read the reports below to get a glimpse into what was likely to have been going through the co-pilot’s mind as he flew this plane into a mountain-side taking 150 others with him.

“The statement from prosecutor Ralf Herrenbrück said searches of Lubitz’s family home in the town of Montabaur as well as his apartment in Duesseldorf found no suicide or farewell note, nor any evidence of political or religious actions for his motivation. But, it said, “we did find medical documents detailing an existing condition and corresponding treatment.

“We also found torn-up sick notes that are current and valid on the day of the crash. These suggest that the deceased was hiding his illness from his employer and colleagues.”

“The statement did not say what that illness was.

“Earlier today, the mass-circulation German daily Bild reported that Lubitz received 18 months of psychiatric treatment for a “serious depressive episode.” The paper cited internal documents and sources in Lufthansa, the parent company of Germanwings.”

The Evidence Against Antidepressants/Serotonergic Drugs

Why have I been searching for indications of treatment with antidepressants in this tragic plane crash? Because I have already seen so many suicides by plane in the 25 years of gathering cases for our database of cases at www.ssristories.NET. Allow me to share just a few personal reports of antidepressant-induced suicidal and homicidal ideation which will give you a glimpse into the mind of someone who has taken only one or two pills. I will also include links to supporting research data which demonstrates that increasing serotonin via antidepressants produces impulsive murder and suicide – a fact already proven in court in the Tobin vs Glaxo case where four family members died as a result of only two tablets of Paxil.

Vet Becomes Intensely Homicidal and Suicidal

After Two Pills of His Antidepressant, Zoloft

I am a veteran of 15 years. I have seen the disasters from prescription medicines especially the ones we were issued to treat PTSD and other mental illness.

A couple years ago, I agreed to take Zoloft as suggested by my doctor for depression. I had denied it for years.

Within 2 days, I was truly suicidal. I wanted death bad. It wasn’t like normal where I’m so depressed I’d rather be dead. It was more like I wanted death like it was a new Ferrari. I wanted it for everyone. I wanted to get my friends together and lets all die together.

I’ve been confused at how this drug makes you feel this way. I felt why so many commit suicide on these drugs and why its a side effect. I tried to OD but I sucked at it fortunately.

I never touched a pill again.


Detailed Description of Antidepressant-Induced Homicidal Ideation

After Only One Pill of the Antidepressant, Lexapro

I would like to describe My experience with homicidal ideation after taking Lexapro:

I took the pill, I laid down to sleep, I woke up in hell….8 hours after taking one 10mg Lexapro pill I woke to thoughts of murder and a bizarre desire to repeatedly stab my neighbor to death. I was having a severe adverse reaction to the Lexapro often described as homicidal Ideation, very closely related to Suicidal Ideation, and brought on by elevated serotonin levels. These thoughts and desires lasted for approximately 3 days. Those 3 days after ingesting the SSRI are the only 3 days in my life of 43 years that I have experienced anything remotely similar to this. I have no history of violence.

I wasn’t trying to think about anything, the thoughts just came into my mind. It was as if I was being instructed. The thoughts were graphic and specific. According to the thoughts, using a large kitchen knife, I was to repeatedly and deeply stab and my neighbor until he was dead. I felt an eerie desire to have warm blood all over my body. Later, in my thoughts my dead neighbor would still be alive afterwards and we would laugh together as he bled. I would see images and it was a bit like thinking about a movie I had watched.

These extremely violent thoughts were enmeshed with comforting sensations similar to satisfying hunger and were emerging without any instigation on my part. It didn’t feel like rage, it was more like a strong urge. It was as if I was half dreaming. More accurately, it was like drifting in and out of sleep while allowing the dream to take hold.

When I had these thoughts they scared me so much I would scream and run into my bedroom. After the first day, I wasn’t as scared and just tried to think about anything else. I called my brother and asked him to remove all the guns and knives from my house immediately. I knew the drug had caused a major brain malfunction and I thoroughly believed/feared that if I told anyone I would be locked away and tortured with more brain drugs. I decided to wait and hoped that I might heal or that the drug would leave my system. I drank a lot of water.

The thoughts were in my mind but the thoughts weren’t mine. I didn’t generate those thoughts. I only had these thoughts for 3 days because I discontinued the drug after the first pill. But it seemed so real that I wondered some days if it had already happened and I was remembering it. Then I would see my neighbor and feel relieved. That is how disconnected from reality I was at the time.

This experience gave me deep insight into why some people on SSRI’s might commit the unbelievable acts they do. Mass shootings, baby killings, suicides and all of the bizarre acts in the news are often attributed to insanity or even demon possession.

Which led me to question why the correlation between SSRI’s and violent and bizarre crimes are not being addressed in media reports.


Science: Mutant Mice Hold the Key to Human Violence and Excess of Serotonin

– Exactly What Antidepressants Are Designed to Increase

Very short article on this USC study on serotonin and violence:

REM Sleep Disorder – Boy, 16, Takes a Gun to School

REM Sleep Disorder (RBD) is a condition in which one acts out their worst nightmare in a sleep state and has long been known to include both murder and suicide yet 86% of those being diagnosed with the most deadly of sleep disorders has been shown to currently be taking an antidepressant.

RBD example: Why I Took a Gun to School….LDS Boy & His Father Talk About Their Experience

Database of 5000 cases including school shootings:


Study which used that database as the base for their study:

Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor Drugs: More Risks Than Benefits

Ann Blake Tracy FDA testimony in Sep 2004:

Ann Blake Tracy FDA testimony in Dec 2006:

Original articles on initial story:

Ann Blake Tracy, Executive Director,

International Coalition for Drug Awareness &
Author: ”Prozac: Panacea or Pandora? – Our Serotonin Nightmare – The Complete Truth of the Full Impact of Antidepressants Upon Us & Our World” & Withdrawal CD “Help! I Can’t Get Off My Antidepressant!”

WITHDRAWAL WARNING: In sharing this information about adverse reactions to antidepressants I always recommend that you also give reference to my CD on safe withdrawal, Help! I Can’t Get Off My Antidepressant!, so that we do not have more people dropping off these drugs too quickly – a move which I have warned from the beginning can be even more dangerous than staying on the drugs!

WITHDRAWAL HELP: You can find the hour and a half long CD on safe and effective withdrawal helps here: And if you need additional consultations with Ann Blake-Tracy, you can book one at or sign up for one of the memberships for the International Coalition for Drug Awareness which includes free consultations as one of the benefits of that particular membership plan.

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