https://www.insider.com/texas-odessa-midland-shooting-injuries-deaths-2019-8 I lived here for a while when I was young while serving a mission for my church. It was mainly Spanish speaking but we worked with many people there & I learned to love the good people in Odessa. Sadly over the years, I have lost contact with many of them so I pray…
Featured above is Landen, 11, (Prozac), Utah, sadly this is from the picture featured on his funeral program. On Prozac Landen got up early one morning, cooked breakfast for his family, then walked in another room & hung himself
Russian student being escorted from school after shooting In Moscow today a high achieving student walked into his school with a rifle and gunned down a teacher and a police officer before his own father was able to persuade him to surrender the gun. The father first spoke with his son over the phone and…
I want those who have created & peddled these deadly drugs to have to look into the faces of all who have died as a result of using antidepressants. I have been asking “How many more?” & “How long will we tolerate this?” for over 20 years. I have grown very weary of asking! All for greed . . . evidence proves it was nothing more than greed . . . no more benefit than a sugar pill . . . with suicide & homicide listed side effects . . . the approval was bribed! Our Serotonin Nightmare!
Dr. Ann Blake Tracy
It was established years ago that Paxil carries a risk of suicide in children and teens, but GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has for the last 18 months been conducting a study of the antidepressant in kids as young as seven — in Japan. It’s not clear why the company would want to draw more attention to its already controversial pill, but it appears as if GSK might be hoping to see a reduced suicide risk in a small population of users — a result the company could use to cast doubt on the Paxil-equals-teen-suicide meme that dominates discussion of the drug.
Petitioner, Jeffery T. Siler, Jr., appeals the Knox County Criminal Court’s
summary dismissal of his petition for post-conviction relief as untimely. On
appeal, the Petitioner contends that due process considerations toll the
one-year statute of limitations for post-conviction relief and entitle him to a
delayed appeal. Upon review, we reverse the judgment of the post-conviction
Prior to trial, the Petitioner pleaded guilty to the charge of
attempted especially aggravated robbery and received a sentence of eight years.
See State v. Jeffery T. Siler, No. E2000-01570-CCA-R3-CD, 2001 WL
387088, at *1 (Tenn. Crim. App., at Knoxville, Apr. 17, 2001). A Knox County
jury subsequently found the Petitioner guilty of the felony murder charge.
The mother testified Wednesday morning in a
Cobb County, Ga., courtroom, where the Tampa boy faces charges of felony murder
and cruelty to children. He has pleaded not guilty. Juvenile Court Judge A.
Gregory Poole will decide the case without a jury.
The unidentified boy
a court order keeps his name secret was visiting relatives July 4
outside Atlanta when his cousin stopped at the Target to pick up food for a
picnic. According to court testimony, the 22-year-old mother left the keys in
the ignition and the air conditioning on as she shopped at the store for 18
minutes. When Young returned, the boy was playing on his cell phone in the back
seat. The radio was turned louder. And the infant was not responsive.
baby girl was taken off life support the next day. A medical examiner found
multiple skull fractures and ruled the cause of death blunt force trauma to the
Shane Clancy’s mother and stepfather alleged on ‘The Late Late Show’ that
antidepressants caused him to stab three people, and then himself. However, no
medical research has ever linked these drugs to homicide
Throm is found guilty in death of girlfriend By Steve Sharp Daily Times staff A 42-year-old Palmyra man was found guilty this morning of first-degree homicide and a charge of hiding a corpse by a Jefferson County judge. Jefferson Co., Wisconsin vs. David Throm (Criminal Trial) 2/28/2003 Throm is found guilty in death of girlfriend…
David U, president of the Institute for Safe Medication Practices, Canada,
says most mistakes in medication stem from “system error.”
Cathy Landry hovered over her son’s hospital bed, trying to comfort him as he
recovered from minor foot surgery. She picked him up, held him, put him down
again. “Please fall asleep,” she whispered to her second-born. “Mommy’s