ABC News: Shooter Is Autistic, Had ‘Personality Disorder’

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I want to put some info in the article that you may not know or hear on MSM. We’ve had a rash of this type thing in recent years and you got to ask yourself, what is wrong with people. Well I think I had come across a legitamate reason for the majority of them…..psychotropic drugs. We know this Lanza guy today was autistic, so he was most likely on psychotropic drugs or some sort. So here are some facts to consider as to why these things are happening so often today.

Autism is most commonly treated with SRIs.

SSRIs have a long history of triggering irrational violence.

In 2008, a student in Finland on SSRIs killed ten other students and then took his own life, a chilling prelude to today’s tragedy!

Canadian judge rules SSRI antidepressants like Prozac can cause children to commit murder

SSRI-Induced Akathisia’s Link To Suicide and Violence

Ryan Lanza, 24, brother of  gunman Adam Lanza, 20, tells authorities that his younger brother is autistic, or has Asperger syndrome and a “personality disorder.”  Neighbors described the younger man to ABC as “odd” and displaying characteristics associated with obsessive-compulsive disorder.

China school knife attack leaves 23 injured

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Here’s an example that shows if guns are banned, then they will use knives. So it’s not the object used, it’s the person.

Autism is most commonly treated with SRIs

SSRIs have a long history of triggering irrational violence.

Canadian judge rules SSRI antidepressants like Prozac can cause children to commit murder

SSRI-Induced Akathisia’s Link To Suicide and Violence

BEIJING A man wielding a knife attacked students Friday at a school in central China, leaving 22 children and one adult injured, according to state-run media reports.

The attack occurred at the gate of an elementary school in the village of Chengping, in Henan Province. Police arrested the attacker, who they identified as local resident Min Yingjun, 36.

An image circulated on Weibo, China's equivalent to Twitter, allegedly shows family members with a child hospitalized for injuries suffered in a knife attack at a school in the village of Chengping, in Henan Province, Dec. 14, 2012.

Children as young as six were among those hospitalized after the attack, suffering injuries including slashes to the ears and head.

An official at Guangshan Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, the local facility, told CBS News at least two students had been transferred to the larger city of Wuhan, not far from Chengping, for treatment. The editor of the local newspaper which first reported the story said none of the children had injuries severe enough to threaten their lives.

The attack marks the latest in a series of violent assaults at elementary schools in China. In 2010, a total of 18 children were killed in four separate attacks. On March 23 of that year, Zheng Minsheng attacked children at an elementary school in Fujian Province, killing eight.

One month later, just a few hours after Zheng Minsheng was executed for his crime, another man, Chen Kanbing wounded 16 students and a teacher in a knife attack at another primary school in Fujian. The following month, on May 12, a man named Wu Huangming killed seven children and two adults with a meat cleaver at a kindergarten in Shaanxi Province. That attack was followed by an August 4 assault by Fang Jiantang, who killed three children and one teacher with a knife at a kindergarten in Shandong Province.

In 2011, a young girl and three adults were killed with an axe at an elementary school in Henan Province by a 30-year-old man named Wang Hongbin, and eight children were hurt in Shanghai after an employee at a child care center attacked them with a box cutter.

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New Tennessee Agency Has Right to Trample on 4th Amendment Protection

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Here’s a very disturbing Opinion article from our own Jackson Sun. The 3rd pagagraph is the most disturbing. I just can’t help to think if this was challenged in court, these “on site” warrants with no judge or probably cause would be declared illegal and unconstitutional. This is exactly what the British were doing to the founding fathers and it is why they wrote the 4th amendment in the way they did. In that day they were called “writs of assistance“…..

In colonial America

General writs of assistance played an important role in the increasing tensions that led to the American Revolution and the creation of the United States of America. In 1760, Great Britain began to enforce some of the provisions of the Navigation Acts by granting customs officers these writs. In New England, smuggling had become common. However, officers could not search a person’s property without giving a reason. Colonists protested that the writs violated their rights as British subjects. The colonists had several problems with these writs. were permanent and even transferable: a writ holder could assign them to another? Any place could be searched at the whim of the holder, and searchers were not responsible for any damage they caused. This put anyone who had such a writ above the law.

James Madison, the father of the Bill of Rights, was very concerned  about the prospect of militarizing the home front. ‘A standing military force, with an overgrown Executive will not long be safe companions to liberty,’ he warned at the Constitutional Convention, ‘the means of defense against foreign danger have always been the instruments of tyranny at home.” (like the War on Terror?)

From the Jackson Sun:

While local civic and political leaders and the media have been concentrating their mental energies on a senior moment of insanity by local radio talk show host Bill Way, the American Gestapo has been created in Tennessee.

In a letter to the editor last year, I warned of the Transportation Safety Administration’s illegal search and seizure on Tennessee highways, as did David Nance, chairman if the 8th District tea party coalition in a similar letter to the editor. The administration falls under the Department of Homeland Security. The department has the authority, under the Patriot Act, to write warrants, and not just for transportation. This has been written about by concerned readers in newspapers across the nation. The only safety net was the fact that local sheriffs had the authority to prevent TSA agents from operating in their counties.

With the recent merger of the Tennessee Department of Safety with the Department of Homeland Security, now called the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security, county sheriffs no longer have authority to prevent TSA from operating in their counties. (This is troubling as well) Local judges, and even federal judges, cannot prevent the issuing of “on site” warrants by agents operating under the banner of Homeland Security. ( I guess you could say the State of Tennessee has been federalized) These warrants are not limited to pulling over your car and searching it. They can be used to walk into your home at any time.

If local civic and political leaders and the media are looking for something to get infuriated about and investigate, I suggest closely looking at the creation of the American Gestapo. Remember the words of Thomas Jefferson, “When the government fears the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny.”

Mark J. Rawles

Jackson