The Secret Service Report on Mass Murderers references contributing factor of substance abuse on pages 14, 17.
Mass Murder and Daily Marijuana Use: One Example of the Worst Outcome
Jared Lee Loughner is an American mass murderer who pled guilty to 19 charges of murder and attempted murder in connection with the January 8, 2011, Tucson shooting. Los Angeles Weekly blogged at the time about what role his daily marijuana abuse played in the crime.
Important Report on Cannabis and Violence
Americans Against Legalizing Marijuana recently released a report on violence resulting from cannabis-related psychosis. The report lists many cases of murderous violence which took many lives.
Stabbing Under the Influence
A suspect with a history of drug use, a girlfriend left with over a dozen stab wounds, and a verbal intent to kill. These details and more are part of a new report describing what happened during a stabbing incident Thursday night in Bloomington.
Hatchet Wielding Schizophrenic Had History of Substance Abuse
The man shot and killed by a Lacy Lakeview officer Sunday has been identified as Dustin Demaurean Powell, a 34-year-old Lacy Lakeview resident who a court-appointed psychologist had previously recognized as needing treatment for schizophrenia.
Man Claims Not Criminally Responsible for Arson Attack–Diagnosed with Cannabis Psychosis
Mohan Patel felt he had to kill himself to prevent himself from being tortured.
Gruesome Murder Could Be Related to Cannabis Psychosis
OSSIPEE – Keith Dobens, the 17-year-old Madison boy who in February was charged with killing his mother, Melissa Moulton Hatch, was ordered Thursday to spend the next five years in a secure psychiatric unit after he pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder by reason of insanity.
Secret Service Report Shows Psychosis a Major Factor in 2017 Mass Attacks
Check out the Mental Health and Substance Use sections- MJ and ETOH are the two substances singled out in 54% of the cases.
Parkland Shooter Confessed Smoking a Lot of Marijuana
During the interview, he says that he had used a lot of marijuana and had taken a lot of the prescription tranquilizer Xanax.
Nikolas Cruz, the teen who confessed to having killed 17 people at a Florida high school, told investigators that he heard voices in his head telling him to “burn, kill, destroy” and that he tried but failed to kill himself two months before the massacre, according to a just-released transcript of his first formal interview with authorities.
Marijuana Induced Psychosis Causes Man with No Criminal Record to Attack Strangers
As the federal government prepares to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, an Ontario judge has ruled that cannabis-induced psychosis led a man to a seemingly hate-filled attack on a family, in what appears to be the first case of its kind in Canadian criminal courts.
Marijuana Violence and Law
New Research Shows Cannabis Causes Violence
Smoking cannabis DOES make people more violent: Project confirms for the first time that using the drug is the cause of crimes. Cannabis users are more likely to commit violent crime, pioneering research has shown. *It warned those who smoke the drug regularly run an increased risk of using violence against others. *The project is the first to demonstrate that cannabis is not only linked with violent crime but is the cause. *Violent incidents monitored by the study based on the lives of more than 1,100 American psychiatric patients included assaults, attacks with weapons and rape Read the full study here:
BackgroundViolence is a major concern and is prevalent across several mental disorders. The use of substances has been associated with an exacerbation of psychiatric symptoms as well as with violence. Compared to other substances such as alcohol and cocaine, existing literature on the cannabis-violence relationship has been more limited, with most studies being conducted in the general population, and has shown controversial results.
Cases of Cannabis-Induced Violent Behavior
Marijuana is thought to make people mellow, docile and lazy. However, with some chronic use and the new high potency strains, users are becoming violent and dangerous. Here are just some of the cases that are in the news.
New Research on Marijuana and Murder
1 CEO of Health Advocates PLLC, East Lansing, MI, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, Medical College of George, Augusta University, Augusta, Georgia, USA 2 Central Michigan University, Saginaw, MI, USA *Corresponding Author: Norman S Miller CEO of Health Advocates PLLC, East Lansing, MI Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry Medical College of George, Augusta University Augusta, Georgia, USA Tel: (517) 507-0407 E-mail: [email protected] Received date: November 21, 2016; Accepted date: January 11, 2017; Published date: January 17, 2017 Citation: Miller NS, Oberbarnscheidt T (2017) Marijuana Violence and Law.
Cases of Marijuana Related Violence
PopPot Documents the Mass Killers Influenced by Cannabis
Michigan College Student Shoots Parents when they Come to Pick him Up for Spring Break,/h3>
But the student told us – Davis had stopped going to class and seemed to be smoking a lot of marijuana. “I know he dropped all his classes, cuz he’d just chill in his room and smoke weed all day he had no ambition or nothin’,” he says.
WXYZ is learning more about 19-year-old James Eric Davis through students who know him. One student – who did not want to be identified — told us that Davis often talked about his gun. “He always had a gun and he’d bring it up every now and then,” the student told us.
Times Square Killer Confessed to Smoking PCP Laced Marijuana
Moments after barreling his car through the crowded sidewalks in Manhattan’s Times Square, Richard Rojas told a traffic agent, “I wanted to kill them all,” according to a criminal complaint. A troubled man with a history of drunken driving, Rojas bolted from his maroon Honda Accord after his deadly midday rampage on Thursday that left one person dead and 20 others injured.
Halloween Shooter Toxicology Report -from a presentation by Dr. Ken Finn
Planned Parenthood Shooter and Marijuana from a presentation by Dr. Ken Finn
Forensic officers are scouring the scene of the double murder in north London Hannah Cohen, 33 and her mother Leah, 66, were found by police on Friday Both women suffered fatal stab wounds at their Golders Green home Officers have arrested Joshua Cohen, 27, over deaths of his mother and
Send any friend a story As a subscriber, you have 10 gift articles to give each month. Anyone can read what you share. Give this article Give this article Give this article A 23-year-old Oklahoma man has been arrested after he tried to blow up a bank in downtown Oklahoma City using a vehicle bomb similar to the one that destroyed the federal building there in 1995, federal officials said Monday.
A self-confessed teenage “pothead” is suspected of fatally shooting his mother and father after they got mad at him for trashing their Alabama home after a party he threw, police confirm to PEOPLE. High school senior Jesse Holton, 17, has been charged with murdering his father, Mike Holton, the former mayor of the family’s hometown of Eclectic, Alabama on Elmore County Sheriff Bill Franklin tells PEOPLE.
Parents of teen who killed four friends in 110mph crash after smoking marijuana face prosecution for letting him drive without licence
Aaditia and Patricia Beer, of Queens, New York, let son drive their Subaru Joseph Beer, 17, lost control and crashed into woods in Long Island The parents of a teenager responsible for the high-speed car crash that killed four of his friends are facing jail for letting him drive their car.