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Big smack: Woman runs over boyfriend with truck after he refused to go to McDonald's

Thursday, November 07, 2013 by: L.J. Devon, Staff Writer
Tags: McDonald''s, insane woman, vehicular assault


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(NaturalNews) A 33-year-old woman, who apparently had grown up on Big Macs and Chicken McNuggets her whole life, just couldn't go another minute without her McFries and McCoke.

When her boyfriend refused to go to McDonald's with her, she decided to run him over, not once, not twice, but three times.

According to local Tennessee police, the woman was angry, because her boyfriend didn't want to go to McDonald's.

What is it about McDonald's food that would make a woman this idiotic and vicious?

For that matter, what makes people routinely crave this nutrition-void garbage?


Woman takes over boyfriend's truck, runs him over three times

When her boyfriend, Santiago Hernandez, pulled up in his truck, Crystal Greer Brooks (the attacker) went into a frenzy. Dead-set on McDonald's, she forced him to the side of the road and pushed him out of the driver's seat. When her boyfriend refused to go with her, she took over the wheel of his truck and attempted to run him over.

And that's what she did, giving him a big smack, as he was flung onto the hood of his own truck. She must have enjoyed the episode, watching him bounce off the hood and hit the pavement, because one big smack wasn't enough. As if she was on some kind of psychotic medication, she backed up and attempted to run him over a second and third time.

What does McDonald's food do to people's brains and their natural structure?

Can this food, and the mysterious ingredients within it, affect the mind in ways similar to psychotic medications?

Apparently, something was off in this woman's head.

Charged with aggravated assault, Crystal Brooks was taken into custody.

The police report reads, "He [Hernandez] fell onto the hood and then onto the ground. She [Brooks] again pulled forward and struck him two more times with the truck."

Hernandez survived the malicious McDonald's argument, with several abrasions on his arms and back. Descriptions report that his clothing "appeared torn, consistent with being dragged on the pavement."

He may never look at his ex or McDonald's in the same way again.

McDonald's "working to understand nanotechnology in food and packaging products"

This story serves as a prominent reminder that it's important to question where food comes from and find out how it's made. While many McDonald's products can be individually analyzed for their questionable content, one major topic of concern is the use of nanotechnology in their packaging.

How might the nano-particles leached into McDonald's food affect people's brains?

On the McDonald's site, the Golden Arches corporation states, "McDonald's Corporation is working to understand the use of nanotechnology and its application in food and packaging products."

Their burger packaging already contains nano-spheres. These nano-spheres require less water, time and energy to dry. Sounds efficient, right? Well, according to lectures from health and environmental campaigner Kantha Shelke, Ph.D., nanotechnology application in food can be very dangerous and can affect the mind.

In a nutshell, nanotechnology is "the art and science of building and manipulating particles on a nanometer scale." These lab-manipulated particles are so small that they have the ability to enter the human body more easily than larger particles. Easily inhaled, these particles can be breathed directly into the lungs. They can also leach from packaging and get into food. They can penetrate skin and gain access to tissues and cells. Most concerning, these manipulated particles can cross the blood-brain barrier.

A study published in Nature shows how carbon nanotubes exhibit similar cancer-causing effects as asbestos. Tests on rats indicate that nanosilver can be toxic to liver, brain and stem cells and may possibly harm the beneficial bacteria in the gut. Also, US researchers found that certain nanoparticles cause mice brains to overstimulate, leading to brain damage.

So, in essence, is Crystal Greer Brooks (the attacker) really just a brain-damaged rat, addicted to McDonald's nanotech food?

Or is her brain erratic for some other reason?

Either way, a bizarre McDonald's addiction was at the heart of this insane and vicious attack, and it will be interesting to watch more of this strange behavior unfold in this era of manipulated food and mental health problems.

Sources for this article include:

http://www.clickorlando.com

http://www.news.com.au

http://www.non-gmoreport.com

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