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Antioch, Tennessee Theater Attack

Wearing a surgical mask, armed with an ax, pellet gun, pepper spray and a bomb the psychologically troubled man, Vincente David Montano, 29, who had been reported missing by his family attacked those in a theater with him. Luckily only seven others were in the theater. Three were hurt. One man suffered a wound to his shoulder from the ax. But when the shooter, who began his attack with pepper spray, pulled the pellet gun on officers and pulled the trigger five officers opened fire killing him, even the best best air rifle couldn’t of injured those armored cops. According to his brother, Vincente had been committed twice in 2004 and twice in 2007.

From the following article on the case we read: “Such attacks have become all too common, said Metro Nashville Police Chief Steve Anderson.

“To the general public, anywhere we gather there is likely to be an incident,” Anderson said. “Obviously, in this day and time we need to be mindful of our circumstances, mindful of our surroundings. But this is maybe what we call the new normal. We can’t just shut down America, we can’t say we’re not going to theaters, we can’t say we’re not going to church. We carry on. But we need to be mindful of our surroundings as we do that.”

What is most interesting about this statement is that we have had quite a few shootings in theaters and churches. The Bishop in the LDS Church in mid California who was killed a few years ago was shot by a man with the same kind of history. He was a vet who had been drugged for years. He had made a previous suicide attempt after killing the families cats and his wife attempted suicide with him. They did not succeed and he went on to commit murder and then suicide by cop as this fellow attempted. As for me for years I have not gone to theaters and I have kept a close eye on those at Church, working to make sure I know who is on what. Those people I watch for any aggitation. If I notice legs bouncing, etc. I leave.

Read and view original reports here:

The question remains in all of these cases as to the level of consciousness of the perpetrator – something that is never tested in these court cases and should be. Testing is still back in the dark ages with blood levels of drugs rather than brain waves which will detect the level of consciousness and therefore culpability. These are drugs that accumulate in brain tissue at an alarming rate. Testing the blood tells us nothing about the level of toxicity.

Deadly drugs! Here are 5000 other examples of the violence they produce:



What so many were not aware of is that an increase in serotonin by an accompanying decrease in one’s ability to metabolize serotonin was long known to produce both impulsive murder and suicide. See this study out of the Southern California:



What the world remains unaware of is the fact is that 86% of those who are diagnosed with the most deadly sleep disorder known as REM Sleep Disorder (RBD) are currently taking antidepressants. REM Sleep Disorder is a condition in which there is no paralysis during sleep thus allowing the patient to act out the dreams or nightmares they are having. Tragically 80% of those going into this sleep disorder hurt themselves or others including both murder and suicide as a result.

This is possibly the most deadly of all reactions one can have to antidepressants. Even more frightening though is to learn that before the introduction of the SSRI antidepressants RBD was known mainly as a drug withdrawal effect. Thus the chances of going into this dangerous reaction should be expected to increase as one goes into withdrawal. This is why it is so important to avoid as much of the withdrawal effects as possible by tapering off the antidepressant very, very slowly.

Ann Blake Tracy, Executive Director,

International Coalition for Drug Awareness & ssristories.NET

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 or sign up for one of the memberships in the International Coalition for Drug Awareness which includes free consultations as one of the benefits of that particular membership plan. For only a $30 membership for one month you can even get 30 days of access to the withdrawal CD with tips on rebuilding after the meds, all six of my DVDs, hundreds of radio interviews, lectures, TV interviews I have done over the years PLUS access to my book on antidepressants (500 plus pages) with more information than you will find anywhere else (that is only $5 more than the book alone would cost) (Definitely the best option to save outrageous postage charges for those out of the country!)

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