SEROTONIN, SPIRITUALITY AND SORCERY So what is this sorcery of which John warns?
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Connor Betts was found to have cocaine, alcohol and an antidepressant in his blood, according to the Montgomery County coroner.
CINCINNATI — The Dayton shooter who killed nine people had cocaine on him and in his system during the mass shooting that police stopped in what they described as a combat-like gun battle, a coroner said Thursday.
Montgomery County coroner Dr. Kent Harshbarger said Connor Betts, 24, had a pipe device and a baggie of cocaine with him, and cocaine, alcohol and an antidepressant in his blood. Harshbarger also reported in his preliminary autopsy findings that police stopped Betts with at least two dozen gunshots that hit him at gaps in his body armor.
“This incident involved an intense firefight that is rarely seen other than combat and an active-shooter incident,” Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl said. “The officers were confronted with a moving shooter wearing body armor, actively executing victims with an AR-15 type weapon and high capacity magazines.”
The coroner said police gunfire hit two people. One of them died, but Harshbarger said the gunman, not police, fired the lethal round.
Meanwhile, Betts’ parents have apologized for the wording in his obituary that didn’t mention the mass shooting whose victims included his younger sister.
Stephen and Moira Betts issued a statement that said the obituary for Connor Betts was “insensitive in not acknowledging the terrible tragedy that he created.”
They said they wanted to reflect the son they knew and weren’t trying to “minimize horror of his last act.”The obituary described Betts as a “funny, articulate and intelligent man with striking blue eyes and a kind smile” before it was taken down Wednesday by a funeral home in their hometown of Bellbrook, Ohio.
Betts opened fire in a popular entertainment district in Dayton. Police shot him as he neared a crowded bar.
It’s not known whether Betts targeted his 22-year-old sister, Megan. They had spent an hour together at a bar in the same area before the shooting.
The family will be holding private memorial services for both of their children.
Ethan Kollie, a longtime friend of Betts who told investigators he bought the body armor, a 100-round magazine and a key part of the gun Betts used in the attack was in court Thursday after a judge balked at releasing him from jail.
Authorities have said there’s no indication Kollie knew Betts was planning the mass shooting. But Kollie is charged with lying on a federal firearms form while buying a pistol not used in the shooting.
Prosecutors said Kollie first spoke with investigators just hours after the shooting.
Kollie’s attorney wants him released on house arrest.
A judge has been reviewing where Kollie would stay under house arrest with electronic monitoring and other conditions.
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Posted on November 01, 2019 12:46PM
Citing her death certificate made available Friday, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald and local TV station WCVB reported that she had alcohol and a mix of drugs — diazepam, fluoxetine, methadone, nordiazepam and norfluoxetine — in her system.
(The medical examiner’s office referred PEOPLE to the local district attorney, whose spokeswoman was not immediately available.)
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No big surprise coming out of Florida where there are SO MANY on antidepressants it would appear that a prescription for an antidepressant is a requirement for residency! These drugs are notorious for producing rage & violent outbursts!!!
And considering that widespread use in Florida they likely have more than the average of 75% of doctors taking antidepressants.
I personally already have several antidepressant – induced murder cases there, one by a doctor & one by a police chief & another doctor who suffered gender dysphoria from them & lost his family, practice & everything else as he began to think he was homosexual like in that big case in France the fellow won against that Parkinson’s drug so similar to Prozac.
l would not want to confront one of these drugged up doctors! It is safer to just go around them to contact the supervisor & hope you can find a drug free supervisor you can actually talk to.
The patient advocate has every reason for concern since for three decades medications used as prescribed, not abused, have been the number 3 cause of death in America! Everyone needs to be questioning any & every medication especially when they have drugged up doctors handing them out!!!
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These reports on the birth rate have been coming in for some time now but few understand the role antidepressants are playing in this. For instance, Utah, Arizona & Idaho, each with a high population of Mormons, would have had much higher birth rates if it were not for the high use of antidepressants among Mormon women in those states who in the past have always been known to have higher birth rates.
And why is that? Because serotonin was initially used to put pregnant women into labor. So as they take these antidepressant drugs designed to increase serotonin levels the risk of miscarriage is increased. So even if the drugs have not completely robbed them of the ability to have any sexual feelings as in PSSD (Post SSRI Sexual Dysfunction) so that they can actually get pregnant, the drugs can abort that fetus resulting in miscarriage. And if that happens early in the first few weeks of a pregnancy it may even go unnoticed as a miscarriage.
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If this is indicative of the typical one week of arrests in a major city, can anyone else see what it is behind America’s crime wave? As much as anyone wants to cry about banning guns, this makes it far more than obvious that mind-altering substances, whether currently legal or currently illegal, are clearly the biggest cause of crime in America today! Click the link below to see these mug shots & tell me what you think….
These are mug shots from only one week’s worth of arrests in Phoenix, Arizona. Now after looking in their faces I want you to tell me just how many of these 75 individuals appear to be conscious enough to you to be able of forming “intent to commit” a crime … to intentionally commit a crime?
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