Justin Barkley, 38
First sign of psychosis: He is a Social Worker and according to reports 75% of people in the mental health field are on antidepressants which cause psychotic breaks.
Second sign: He Actually Thought Donald Trump Would Shop At WalMart!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂
Even after being told the man he killed was a UPS driver and it is NOT Donald Trump who he killed this LCSW remains convinced he killed Donald Trump. Because of that the judge has ordered a psychiatric evaluation. Barkley said he intended to kill Donald Trump and is glad he suceeded in doing so.
This whole senario should let everyone know the danger in which we all live with so many on these drugs who could flip at any minute and he worked with foster children in CPS! And I know after working with many others that he is far from alone in having such serious reactions to these medications which strongly affect the lives of these children. This man held some seriously important positions of responsibility not long before doing this. To top it off it happened in the same town Dr. Breggin lives in!
The following article is a MUST READ!! You will begin to see why this case is not being talked about much.
See the following quotes from the article below:
North Country Now reported 7 questions answered about the Ithaca homicide – The Ithaca Voice:
“Justin Barkley was not employed by the state of New York at the time of this incident. This former employee was a licensed master social worker from September 2008 until May 2016 at St. Lawrence Psychiatric Center, where his final position was program director of the Massena Wellness Center,” according to Ben Rosen, OMH Public Information Office director. “In May 2016, he voluntarily left St. Lawrence Psychiatric Center for a position with the Office of Children and Family Services.”
He began working at The Office of Children and Family Services’ Finger Lakes Residential Center on May 4 and resigned effective Aug. 8, said Monica Mahaffey, New York State Office of Children & Family Services assistant commissioner for communications.
7 questions answered about the Ithaca homicide – The Ithaca Voice