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Originally published June 15 2014

Xanax link to mass shootings confirmed yet again

by Jonathan Benson, staff writer

(NaturalNews) The government's latest false flag attempt to steal people's guns is backfiring after it was determined that the alleged "shooter" at the University of California, Santa Barbara, (UCSB) was most likely addicted to benzodiazepines, a class of pharmaceuticals that can lead to extreme hysteria and outbursts of violence.

Elliot Rodger, the young man who the mainstream media says recently killed six people and himself during a bloody rampage, had reportedly been taking Xanax prior to becoming the latest fall guy for the gun control agenda. The Santa Barbara Sheriff's Department told reporters that Rodger was "likely addicted" to the drug, which can make users feel isolated and anxious.

"The Santa Barbara Sheriff's Department will be conducting formal interviews with Elliot's doctors, and will review his medical and prescription drug records," stated the department. "During Elliot's autopsy which was conducted by the coroner in Santa Barbara, blood samples were taken for the sole purposes of determining if there were any legal or illegal drugs in his system."

The news came after Rodger's parents told law enforcement officials immediately after the alleged shooting that their son had been taking the deadly drug just days before the incident. It was their concern that the young man may have been abusing the anti-anxiety medication, which could have played a role in the event.

"Toxicology results are pending, and will take about four to six weeks for results," added the department. "There is no way to determine at this time if Elliot had taken Xanax on the day of the killings, but the the [sic] toxicology results will most likely be able to ascertain if he was."

According to reports, Rodger had not seen a psychiatrist in more than two years prior to the shootings. He had, however, been undergoing regular treatment with two psychologists, one from Los Angeles and the other from Santa Barbara. However, some media sources report that Rodger had not been taking the psychiatric medications prescribed to him, claiming he did not need them.

Regulatory agencies around the world agree psychiatric drugs can lead to mass murder

Twenty-two international drug regulatory agencies seem to agree, having all publicly admitted that psychiatric drugs can cause extreme violence, as well as mania, psychosis, depersonalization, aggression and even homicide and suicide.

"33 school shootings and/or school-related acts of violence have been committed by those taking or withdrawing from psychiatric drugs, six of which were stabbings, resulting in 164 wounded and 77 killed," wrote Kelly Patricia O'Meara for CCHR International.

Mind-altering pharmaceuticals obviously make people do crazy things, and some have even suspected that alleged witnesses to this latest incident may have been on them as well, since many of their stories don't add up.

Like previous shootings, the official story is a complete mess. But with investigators and the alleged shooter's own parents both tagging Big Pharma's drugs as a common factor, there is a valid takeaway from this whole thing.

"Too many years have passed and too many opportunities missed because those who have the power to save lives refuse to consider the big picture, including that those who suffer from mental illness are being treated with very dangerous psychiatric mind-altering drugs," O'Meara concluded.

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