First hand account of a boy who could have been Adam Lanza or Eric Harris…learn the common denominator in 68 school shootings over the past two decades as 16-year-old Corey talks about the day he took a rifle to his high school and held 24 classmates hostage.
In order to get a glimpse of what was possibly going on in Adam Lanza’s head on December 14 as he ran into the Sandy Hook school shooting, and finally taking the lives of 27 people, watch this video interview of Corey and his father talking about the day he took a gun to school.
On April 10, 2001, almost two years to the day from the Columbine massacre, Corey walked into his honors English class in Eastern Washington state and held 24 classmates hostage by standing there with his gun in his hand for 20 minutes. After about eight months on Paxil for Social Anxiety Disorder his doctor was switching him from the antidepressant Paxil to another antidepressant, Effexor. That morning Corey was not feeling well after having been taken over a three week period to the maximum adult dose of Effexor. So he told his parents he felt he should go back to bed and would head for classes later. That is the last Corey remembers until he woke up and found himself incarcerated in juvenile detention…learn from Corey and his father what happened that day in an interview from video clips of the Gary Null movie, THE DRUGGING OF OUR CHILDREN.
(See full version of THE DRUGGING OF OUR CHILDREN here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=26e5PqrCePk including the interview with Michael Moore in which he says none of the reasons they reviewed in his movie (which includes pointing the finger at guns) Bowling for Columbine make any sense & the only thing that does make sense are these mind altering/behavior altering antidepressants)
Read Corey’s story in the Denver Post: http://ssristories.com/show.php?item=258
What Corey is describing as his experience is called a REM Sleep Behavior Disorder where you act out your nightmares…even including murder. Through the latest medical research we know that 86% of those being diagnosed with this most dangerous sleep disorder are those currently taking an antidepressant! (You can learn more about this REM Sleep Behavior Disorder & see brain wave patterns of a patient experiencing it on Prozac in the book PROZAC: PANACEA OR PANDORA? – OUR SEROTONIN NIGHTMARE! Click the picture of the book located at www.drugawareness.org to get your own copy.)