"There are no words to describe our shock, horror and grief," Abdulazeez's family said in a statement cited by an NPR public radio journalist.Big Pharma intoxication- Was he on antidepressants? Anti psychotics? Both? Multiples of each? Or had he recently been weaned off of them?
"The person who committed this horrible crime was not the son we knew and loved," it added.
"For many years, our son suffered from depression. It grieves us beyond belief to know that his pain found its expression in this heinous act of violence."
Expressing its condolences to the families of the victims, the Abdulazeez family also vowed to continue to cooperate with law enforcement.
Anyone can find an over abundance of information on this big pharma problem. How many more will have to die?
On a related big pharma/human harm note:
The US has already changed and Canada is considering lowering the maximum safe dose of acetaminophen. After how much harm including deaths caused? Over how many years?
Acetaminophen overdoses are responsible for an estimated 4,000 hospitalizations a year in this country. Health Canada says there are more than 250 cases of serious liver injury in Canada each year related to acetaminophen, and over half of those are due to unintentional overdose.And many deaths! Do the math on those yearly figures. How many Canadians have been maimed, unnecessarily, by an alleged "safe" over the counter drug? Quietly covered over here and in the US. Still believe the government keeps it's people safe?
In fact, a recent federal report on acetaminophen found that the numbers of unintentional overdoses involving the drug are on the rise in Canada.