Police were called to the Houser home in Georgia in 2008 for a “mentally disturbed person” call. Kellie Houser told police he had a “history of mental problems (manic depressant and bi-polar) and currently is prescribed medication to take daily,” the documents stated.
She “stated that sometimes he forgets to take his medication and sometimes he forgets to eat, which affects his behavior as well.”
WND’s “Big list of drug-induced killers,” published last month, shows the strong connection between mind-altering drugs and mass shooters dating back to the early 1980s.
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