Autopsy Shows Las Vegas Shooter Was Taking Benzos

Just a preface to the article below…  ALL addictive drugs, without exception, carry the ability to cause actions in the body that are completely opposite to the drug’s original intent.  In other words benzodiazepines can cause severe agitation and psychosis – without warning – causing an event, such as a mass murder spree,  to occur.  Drugs such as opioids increase pain after being on them for a short period of time.  Taking as little as one pill a day – even on a very low dose – over time, will bite back in ways you never thought possible.  Although this was identified as Valium, make no mistake about it – ALL benzos are similar in chemical structure and ALL benzos can do this.  You are NOT out of the woods if you are on any benzodiazepine!  

Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock was taking mind-altering psychiatric medications at the time he carried out the Mandalay Bay mass shooting, reveal autopsy records obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

“Amounts of nordiazepam, oxazepam and temazepam, which are consistent with the anti-anxiety drug Valium, were found in his urine, a toxicology report shows,” the Review-Journal reports. No alcohol-related chemicals were found in the autopsy, according to the report.

The local paper also explains one of the documented side effects of taking psychiatric medications:

Diazepam is a sedative-hypnotic drug in the class of benzodiazepines, which studies have shown can trigger aggressive behavior.

Paddock’s blood also contained brain-damaging heavy metals like lead and mercury

Surprisingly, toxicology results also reportedly detected arsenic, lead, selenium and mercury in Stephen Paddock’s blood, according to the report. Mercury is well known to cause extensive neurological damage that can lead to aggressive, destructive behavior.

These findings only add to the mystery surrounding the Oct. 1 mass shooting tragedy, which nearly all intelligent observers who aren’t brainwashed by the fiction-pushing media have concluded could not have been carried out by a single individual.

Now, the fact that Paddock’s body carried notable levels of a sedative-hypnotic drug combined with brain-damaging heavy metals (lead and mercury) only adds to skepticism about the official story.

Psychiatric drugs linked to nearly all mass shootings

Psychiatric medications, of course, are linked to the vast majority of so-called “mass shootings” that have taken place over the last two decades. See the website for an exhaustive list of those events.

On the other hand, a single individual whose brain is poisoned with mind-altering drugs and heavy metals seems extremely unlikely to have been able to carry out the coordinated, precision-based attack that killed 58 people. It’s also apparent from the evidence found in Paddock’s room that his collection of gear, ammunition and tactical knowledge required months — if not years — of meticulous planning by someone well-versed in tactical engagements.

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