- Posted January 8, 2013 by
Mass Murders Mental Illness Linked to Lead Exposure and Other Toxins??
Would the exposure of lead and other toxins be at the center of the physiological instability of the mass murder suspects? Could it be possible that the parents of the murder suspects were exposed to long term exposure as a child and the physiological damage was passed on through their offspring?
What my attempt in this I-report is to draw attention to a area that is getting very little attention. Which is the underlining cause of so many different events that is sweeping the nation. The focus here is to address the common links between the multiple suspects and what controls their emotional instability that leads them to carry out the unthinkable.
Many people rush to judgement spreading rumors of gun control being targeted in order to reduce the likelihood of copycat scenarios.
But keep in mind that not all mass murders used guns as their method.
Timothy James "Tim" McVeigh (April 23, 1968 – June 11, 2001). A American domestic terrorist who detonated a truck bomb in front of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995.
Commonly referred to as the Oklahoma City Bombing, the attack killed 168 people and injured over 800. It was the deadliest act of terrorism within the United States prior to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
It is a human condition for the populous to want to attempt to divert any future re-occurrences of similar attacks. But to realize that if someone has ill intentions there will always be a way for them to carry out the attack regardless of the measures taken.
So it is important to address the issue at the source and deal with the possibility of future situations that may arise if those type of individuals goes untreated and thus undetected.
The issue of mental hospitals closing across this country while states and municipalities continue to build more jails. Is alarming to say the very least.
In every town in every city in America, this is the case. Using jails and the court systems like a revolving door that takes advantage of the taxpayers and inflicting harm to our communities on a daily basis. While the services providers capitalize by cycling the federally funded state budget money to the municipality level of government. This is a gross neglect of official responsibility on every level of government.
Who pays the consequences? Just ask the families of the victims of these mass killings. Ask those that survived!
And we wonder why the debt ceiling is such a issue?
Very few murder suspects act spontaneously without indicators. The problem is that the indicators are ignored for the purpose of capitalizing from the tax dollars by increasing the amount of the state budget issued annually. Those in law enforcement and the judiciary on every level of government hide those facts from the general public and continue to release criminals with little to no consequences for the crimes they commit, until the unspeakable acts occur.
Criminal records and mental history is the focus, and those in charge of keeping these records are abandoning their obligation to protect and serve the public and banking on the fact that those released will return. They are treating your safety like job security.
More attention should be directed towards identifying those that show indicators of severe mental instability and more resources made available to friends and family members that have witnessed careless acts and reckless behaviors of individuals. Those in the profession of corrections should be forced to submit referrals to mental healthcare providers to follow up with those that have been indicated in the reports upon release from jail and this should become part of the probation period.
The long term exposure to toxins and resins can not only damage the over all physical health. But more importantly, is that those very substances damages the mental health and the person is unaware because most toxins are oderless and tasteless. People should be made more aware of the causes and effects of exposure to themselves and the risk of birth defects and the irreversible long term risks, and how to properly treat and care for those that have been affected.