Saturday, December 18, 2004

Death In The Crystal Cathedral

The latest victim of psychiatry and psychiatric drugs is Johnny Carl, the choir director at Orange County, California's famous Crystal Cathedral. He locked himself in the Crystal Cathedral and killed himself when police tried to go in after him.

"The longtime conductor of the Crystal Cathedral Orchestra had been hospitalized for depression weeks before he shot himself to death at the soaring glass-and-steel church, his wife said," according to

The article went on to say, "His wife, Linda Carl, said he had stopped taking a drug earlier this year that helped him control manic depression because of concerns it could harm his kidneys."

Let's add to that that it can harm your sanity and make you homicidal or suicidal.

This is yet another example on the front page of the news of someone who became wildly insane after seeking treatment from psychiatrists for mental illness. These guys don't help people. They make them crazy. Their drugs make people crazy too. If we can pick a psychiatry or psych drug victim who kills himself or others off the front page of the papers on a daily basis, that has to be the tip of the iceberg. If this guy wasn't the choir director of the Crystal Cathedral, but instead worked as a check-out clerk at the 7-11 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, would it have made the front page? How many are really dying?

It's time to identify the ogres that made these drugs legal and arraign them on a few thousand cases of manslaughter. Even the FDA, who is famous for backing drug companies, not the public safety, made them put a warning in a black box on all anti-depressants now warning that the drug could cause suicide. So why didn't they make the drug illegal? Is the risk of suicide negligible for an antidepressant drug? Ask Johnny Carl's wife.

Thursday, December 16, 2004

The Smoking Gun -- Literally!!!

Mary Clark, the mother of killer Nathan Gale, spilled the beans.

When Nathan Gale jumped up on the stage shooting four people at a rock concert, we knew he was a victim of psychiatry. Only people who have had psychiatric "help" and psychiatric drugs do crazy things like that. But we've been waiting for the other shoe to drop.

Now his mother Ms. Clark tells the tale. From

"Clark, who said she was close to her son, repeatedly apologized to the victims as she revealed to the station's interviewer that he suffered from paranoid schizophrenia. The diagnosis led to his medical discharge last year from the Marines after serving less than half of his four-year stint. She said she purchased the gun for him before his diagnosis."And I still didn't understand the whole thing, but he came home with his medications, and I don't know if he took them or not," Clark said. "I don't know if he was afraid to, or ... ashamed to, or ... didn't believe it himself," Clark said."

Yup. We were right. As usual.

Sunday, December 12, 2004

There's A New Psycho In Town

Now we have the "fan" who jumped up on the stage and killed a rock star and three others at a concert. One of his victims was heavy-metal rock hero "Dimebag".

We haven't yet located the psych background on the killer, Nathan Gale. Would anyone who knows about it forward the data? We know he had one, because this kind of insane action is almost always done by a victim of psychiatry -- someone who has been on psychiatric medication or has been "treated" by psychs in some way. Psychs don't cure psychos, they create them.

We do have a clue -- Gale was discharged early from the Marines. So his mistreatment by psychiatrists may have occurred while in the military. His untimely discharge is "confidential" -- so it wasn't for a crime. (That's another hallmark of modern society's misunderstanding of psychiatristy and psychiatrists -- courts often detain or imprison someone who is guilty of no crime -- suspending someone's constitutional rights because someone thinks he should be evaluated or treated by psychiatrists without his consent.)