Man who said marijuana made him kill wife gets 30 years


Murphy
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They always said that MJ would lead to harder drugs. He was probably high on cocaine. They're just not saying anything.

IT starts innocently enough.

 
tay
#3
Afroman - Because I Got High


wwwyoutubecomwatchvWeYsTmIzjkw

 
Scooby
#4
So...
The ratio of those who commit a violent act due to judgement impaired by pot versus alcohol is now about a million to one?

He probably blames his childhood, his dog, the mailman and the moon for his actions as well. He couldn't possibly be responsible.

A big FU to Toronto Sun for their effort at making it a newsworthy story.
 
Danbones
#5
Sounds like SSRIs
They make people do this stuff all the time
For example at Columbine, the judge ordered the shooters med records destroyed to cover up the relationship between the SSRIs and their behavior.

On the drugs themselves this stuff is apparently in the BLACKBOX warnings

"New Study Confirms What CCHR Has Said for Decades—Antidepressants Cause Violence

That’s what mainstream press such as the LA Times and Reuters are reporting, based on a new study published in a respected medical journal, PLOS Medicine, which found young adults between the ages of 15-24, were nearly fifty percent more likely to be convicted of a homicide, assault, robbery arson, kidnapping, sexual offense and other violent crime when taking the antidepressant than when they weren’t taking the psychiatric drug."


https://www.cchrint.org/2015/09/22/n...ause-violence/ (external - login to view)

Using within-individual models, there was an overall association between SSRIs and violent crime convictions With age stratification, there was a significant association between SSRIs and violent crime convictions for individuals aged 15 to 24 y
Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors and Violent Crime: A Cohort Study (external - login to view)

Data sources Clinical study reports for duloxetine, fluoxetine, paroxetine, sertraline, and venlafaxine obtained from the European and UK drug regulators, and summary trial reports for duloxetine and fluoxetine from Eli Lilly’s website.

Eligibility criteria for study selection Double blind placebo controlled trials that contained any patient narratives or individual patient listings of harms.
www.bmj.com/content/352/bmj.i65 (external - login to view)
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lone wolf
#6

httpwwwyoutubecomwatchvsbjHOBJzhb0

 
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