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…
JODY HERRING Laughing and calm after the killings Jody Herring pleaded not guilty today of shooting and killing a social worker and 3 of her own relatives last Friday only weeks after losing custody of her nine year old daughter to the state of Vermont. This killing of a DCF/CPS worker is certainly not a…
Brady Hammer Died of PTSD Medication-induced Suicide Brady Hammer is one of four Oregon National Guard members to die this year from suicide. These suicides have not been counted in the military’s report of 22 military personal dying of suicide daily. So be aware that the actual number of suicides of our troops is higher…
A New Brunswick man accused of a violent
assault Friday will undergo a psychiatric assessment.
Goodine, 35, appeared briefly in provincial court Monday to face a Nov. 13 count
of aggravated assault, alleging an attack on a minor.
Duty counsel Joseph
FitzPatrick asked the court Monday to send Goodine for a 30-day psychiatric
assessment to determine if he’s fit to stand trial or might be exempt from
criminal responsibility for his alleged actions.
He said Goodine’s
sister, a social worker, informed him that Goodine has been diagnosed with a
chemical imbalance and takes medication for depression.
knows he might choke up when he reads aloud a certain name Saturday at
He lost Scott Alan Starr, a friend and colleague, to
suicide in August 2008. Greene was the commander of the Naval Surface Warfare
Center at Dam Neck; Starr worked closely with him.
As soon as Arylane Ala walked into her house that day
in 2007, she saw blood a red pool stretching from the coffee table to the
fireplace. Then she saw her youngest son face down on the floor, an antique
rifle by his side.
She didn’t approach his body, she said: “I didn’t
want to see his face … his expression.”
Four tumultuous years after
serving in the Middle East with the Kentucky Air National Guard, 25-year-old
Bryan Ala of Louisville took his life part of a rising number of military