What Mainstream Media Won’t Tell The Public About George Zimmerman: Cop Wannabe Was On Psychotropic Drugs The Night He Killed Trayvon Martin, And Medical Records Reveal Mental Illness History

Mainstream Media has made it a point to report that Trayvon Martin had THC in his blood system the night he was gunned down by Neighborhood Watchman George Zimmerman. In fact, the media has run those details into the ground. It doesn’t matter that the Miami teen was minding his own business, unarmed, and simply walking to the apartment where he was staying with his dad, before some creep who was apparently out of his mind suddenly decided that Trayvon was a threat to the neighborhood. The media chose to find what ever they could to muddy up the Martin teen’s name and completely ignored very troubling details about his admitted killer. Many within the public on the right and left of the social-political conscious of America have been debating Florida’s infamous “stand you ground” law, but in all actuality the case shouldn’t even fall along those battle lines at all. Even if Zimmerman’s attorney could pull off a hell of an argument during summation at his pending trial, there are other alarming factors that most certainly will be discussed to prove that Zimmerman is in fact guilty of homicide. Most people aren’t even aware that George Zimmerman was on mind altering drugs which are controlled substances, the night he shot and killed the Martin teen. Medical records released from the night of the killing reveal that Zimmerman was under the influence on Temazepam, and Adderall. Both are mind altering drugs in which Zimmerman had been prescribed to treat insomnia and some sort of behavioral issues that he was experiencing. Of the two drugs, the Adderall is the most alarming because it offers insight into possible mental illness on Zimmerman’s part. However, both of the drugs have side effects which may explain why Zimmerman targeted Trayvon.  Take a look at some of the side effects:

Temazepam

Anxiety; clumsiness or unsteadiness; daytime drowsiness; dizziness; fatigue; feeling of hangover; headache; light-headedness; nausea; nervousness; sluggishness; unusual weakness; confusionhallucinations; memory loss; mental or mood problems (eg, aggression, agitation, anxiety); new or worsening trouble sleeping; suicidal thoughts or actions; unusual behavior.

Adderall

• Dangerous increase in blood pressure
• Tachycardia or a high pulse rate
• Irregular heart rate
• Difficulty breathing
• Chest pain
• Allergic reaction that includes swelling and redness in the eyes or throat
• Migraine headaches
• Syncope or losing consciousness
• Blurry or double vision
• Seizure activity and excessive and uncontrollable shaking
• Extreme nervousness and paranoid delusions
• Mood swings that include hostility and severe aggression
• Depression

Clearly these side effects are alarming to say the very least, and doctors say that patients on Temazepam are advised to take the drug at bed time, because it’s widely used to treat insomnia, and the patient should sleep for 7 to 8 hours while on the medication. George Zimmerman should have never left his home that night, and he most certainly should not have been in possession of a firearm whether he was licensed to carry it or not. If Zimmerman had followed the prescription drug’s guidelines that are typically printed on the label of most bottled medications, the tragedy that resulted in the death of Trayvon Martin would never have occurred. Additionally, doctors also say that the unusual behavior side effect of this drug includes activity such as sleep walking, driving, and making phone calls while the patient is in fact asleep. Zimmerman could very well have been in a zombie like state of mind when he encountered Trayvon. Why hasn’t mainstream media probed further into these details since Zimmerman’s medical records have been made public? This question leaves much to be desired when trying to unravel the peculiar facts about this case. Another side note to Zimmerman’s involvement in this case is that cops fail to conduct a drug test on him that night, but they conduct a drug test on Trayvon (who was the actual  victim of  this homicide) during his autopsy. The other drug that Zimmerman was under the influence of that night was Adderall, a drug used to treat ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) or ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). It’s unknown which mental illness Zimmerman had been prescribed the drug for, but nonetheless he apparently had some behavioral issues that required medical treatment. Medical professionals say that a Primary Physician can prescribe Adderall for patients diagnosed with ADD or ADHD, but such a prescription is rarely issued by these doctors, and Psychiatrist typically issue such drugs. Given George Zimmerman’s criminal history related to court appearances for domestic violence and assaulting a police officer, it’s fair to conclude that he was more than likely under psychiatric care at the time he shot and killed Trayvon Martin. That’s not an exaggeration because Zimmerman admittedly was involved with fighting a police officer, although he claims the cop was undercover and didn’t identify himself, Zimmerman’s actions back in 2005 depicts his ability to display physical aggression. Read Zimmerman’s own statement regarding his police assault charge from an  application to join Seminole County Sheriff’s Office Citizens Law Enforcement Academy: Application ApprovallIn the related document Zimmerman writes “I was in an altercation with an undercover officer who was taking part in an ATF sting for underage drinking”. Some how those charges were dropped against him, and he was later granted a gun permit by the Florida State Police. What is really compelling here though is that Zimmerman escaped scrutiny related to his mental health. It’s obvious that either Zimmerman was never probed about his mental health or the police ignored it for the purpose of granting the firearm carrying license. A review of Florida’s gun permit application reveals that the application’s questionnaire is extremely vague related to potential mental health issues for applicants seeking to carry a concealed weapons permit.  The document only inquires if an applicant has been adjudicated as mentally defective, and doesn’t inquire as to whether the applicant has ever been treated medically, under a doctor’s care, or ever had mental health related issues which is typically the standard for evaluating an applicant’s mental capacity to responsibly possess a firearm and weapons permit. This just may very well be a flaw in Florida’s gun application process, but it certainly speaks volumes regarding how a person with a history of mental, behavioral, domestic violence, and other social issues can easily obtain a weapons permit in the state of Florida. Zimmerman had mental issues long before he encountered young Trayvon Martin, should never have been allowed to carry a gun, and the drugs he was on that night far surpassed the potential danger to society in comparison to the small amount of THC (Marijuana) that Trayvon reportedly had in his system. The tragic outcome is indicative of who actually was the true danger  or risk to public  safety on that fateful evening and the media has completely ignored that Zimmerman was in fact a nut case long before he killed someone.

 

 

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Mainstream Media has made it a point to report that Trayvon Martin had THC in his blood system the night he was gunned down by Neighborhood Watchman George Zimmerman. In fact, the media has run those details into the ground. It doesn’t matter that the Miami teen was minding his own business, unarmed, and simply walking to the apartment where he was staying with his dad, before some creep who was apparently out of his mind suddenly decided that Trayvon was a threat to the neighborhood. The media chose to find what ever they could to muddy up the Martin teen’s name and completely ignored very troubling details about his admitted killer. Many within the public on the right and left of the social-political conscious of America have been debating Florida’s infamous “stand you ground” law, but in all actuality the case shouldn’t even fall along those battle lines at all. Even if Zimmerman’s attorney could pull off a hell of an argument during summation at his pending trial, there are other alarming factors that most certainly will be discussed to prove that Zimmerman is in fact guilty of homicide. Most people aren’t even aware that George Zimmerman was on mind altering drugs which are controlled substances, the night he shot and killed the Martin teen. Medical records released from the night of the killing reveal that Zimmerman was under the influence on Temazepam, and Adderall. Both are mind altering drugs in which Zimmerman had been prescribed to treat insomnia and some sort of behavioral issues that he was experiencing. Of the two drugs, the Adderall is the most alarming because it offers insight into possible mental illness on Zimmerman’s part. However, both of the drugs have side effects which may explain why Zimmerman targeted Trayvon.  Take a look at some of the side effects:

Temazepam

Anxiety; clumsiness or unsteadiness; daytime drowsiness; dizziness; fatigue; feeling of hangover; headache; light-headedness; nausea; nervousness; sluggishness; unusual weakness; confusionhallucinations; memory loss; mental or mood problems (eg, aggression, agitation, anxiety); new or worsening trouble sleeping; suicidal thoughts or actions; unusual behavior.

Adderall

• Dangerous increase in blood pressure
• Tachycardia or a high pulse rate
• Irregular heart rate
• Difficulty breathing
• Chest pain
• Allergic reaction that includes swelling and redness in the eyes or throat
• Migraine headaches
• Syncope or losing consciousness
• Blurry or double vision
• Seizure activity and excessive and uncontrollable shaking
• Extreme nervousness and paranoid delusions
• Mood swings that include hostility and severe aggression
• Depression

Clearly these side effects are alarming to say the very least, and doctors say that patients on Temazepam are advised to take the drug at bed time, because it’s widely used to treat insomnia, and the patient should sleep for 7 to 8 hours while on the medication. George Zimmerman should have never left his home that night, and he most certainly should not have been in possession of a firearm whether he was licensed to carry it or not. If Zimmerman had followed the prescription drug’s guidelines that are typically printed on the label of most bottled medications, the tragedy that resulted in the death of Trayvon Martin would never have occurred. Additionally, doctors also say that the unusual behavior side effect of this drug includes activity such as sleep walking, driving, and making phone calls while the patient is in fact asleep. Zimmerman could very well have been in a zombie like state of mind when he encountered Trayvon. Why hasn’t mainstream media probed further into these details since Zimmerman’s medical records have been made public? This question leaves much to be desired when trying to unravel the peculiar facts about this case. Another side note to Zimmerman’s involvement in this case is that cops fail to conduct a drug test on him that night, but they conduct a drug test on Trayvon (who was the actual  victim of  this homicide) during his autopsy. The other drug that Zimmerman was under the influence of that night was Adderall, a drug used to treat ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) or ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). It’s unknown which mental illness Zimmerman had been prescribed the drug for, but nonetheless he apparently had some behavioral issues that required medical treatment. Medical professionals say that a Primary Physician can prescribe Adderall for patients diagnosed with ADD or ADHD, but such a prescription is rarely issued by these doctors, and Psychiatrist typically issue such drugs. Given George Zimmerman’s criminal history related to court appearances for domestic violence and assaulting a police officer, it’s fair to conclude that he was more than likely under psychiatric care at the time he shot and killed Trayvon Martin. That’s not an exaggeration because Zimmerman admittedly was involved with fighting a police officer, although he claims the cop was undercover and didn’t identify himself, Zimmerman’s actions back in 2005 depicts his ability to display physical aggression. Read Zimmerman’s own statement regarding his police assault charge from an  application to join Seminole County Sheriff’s Office Citizens Law Enforcement Academy: Application ApprovallIn the related document Zimmerman writes “I was in an altercation with an undercover officer who was taking part in an ATF sting for underage drinking”. Some how those charges were dropped against him, and he was later granted a gun permit by the Florida State Police. What is really compelling here though is that Zimmerman escaped scrutiny related to his mental health. It’s obvious that either Zimmerman was never probed about his mental health or the police ignored it for the purpose of granting the firearm carrying license. A review of Florida’s gun permit application reveals that the application’s questionnaire is extremely vague related to potential mental health issues for applicants seeking to carry a concealed weapons permit.  The document only inquires if an applicant has been adjudicated as mentally defective, and doesn’t inquire as to whether the applicant has ever been treated medically, under a doctor’s care, or ever had mental health related issues which is typically the standard for evaluating an applicant’s mental capacity to responsibly possess a firearm and weapons permit. This just may very well be a flaw in Florida’s gun application process, but it certainly speaks volumes regarding how a person with a history of mental, behavioral, domestic violence, and other social issues can easily obtain a weapons permit in the state of Florida. Zimmerman had mental issues long before he encountered young Trayvon Martin, should never have been allowed to carry a gun, and the drugs he was on that night far surpassed the potential danger to society in comparison to the small amount of THC (Marijuana) that Trayvon reportedly had in his system. The tragic outcome is indicative of who actually was the true danger  or risk to public  safety on that fateful evening and the media has completely ignored that Zimmerman was in fact a nut case long before he killed someone.

 

 

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I’m David Adams

 

 

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8 Responses to “What Mainstream Media Won’t Tell The Public About George Zimmerman: Cop Wannabe Was On Psychotropic Drugs The Night He Killed Trayvon Martin, And Medical Records Reveal Mental Illness History”

  1. gandrad says:

    Absolutely. A typical case of a mental case that should not have been allowed to carry a firearm.

  2. Erthwjim says:

    Adderall alarming? It’s for ADHD and Narcolepsy, doesn’t sound as alarming now does it.

  3. Jeremy says:

    Adderall is linked to mental illness?

    Might want to rework this report—you lost all credibility with me after that one.

    • Goddbody says:

      Adderal is used to treat ADHD and Narcolepsy which are both behavioral issues. So, you do your research, and stop coming on here trying to defend this piece of shit! This is not the place for you racist bastards, so scram!!!

  4. Deb says:

    1st Zimmerman should spend the rest of his life in jail. But to mischaracterized ADD as an unstable mental illness is wrong, It has biological causes & Adderall does not make monsters out of people. Zimmerman didn’t pull that trigger for any reason other that he is a racist, wannabe co,p so let’s not blame the meds. And if my objecting to you demonizing millions of people who suffer with ADD as unstable, makes you call me a racist, then you’ve let anger take control of your sense of right & wrong. The last thing anyone who needs medication, should have to deal with is another false stigma attached to it. George Zimmerman, SYG Laws & Racism killed Trayvon, anything else distracts from the real problem

    • Robert Riversong says:

      Except SYG did not apply in a case in which there was no opportunity for retreat. The FBI (and the Sanford investigation) ruled out racism, Zimmerman turned down an opportunity to play cop with the Sanford Citizen Patrol, and the jury determined (correctly) that Zimmerman resorted to lethal force ONLY in self-defense.

      Perhaps you should get your meds re-evaluated, as they don’t seem to be working.

  5. Robert Riversong says:

    This is the worst kind of yellow journalism, disinformation, propaganda and slander.

    The evidence, forensic tests and testimony made clear that Zimmerman was brutally assaulted and forced, after a full minute and a quarter of abuse, to resort to lethal force to defend himself.

    The ONLY evidence of aggression that evening was on the part of Trayvon Martin, who brazenly confronted Zimmerman in his vehicle and then later deliberately returned from his safe haven to confront and assault Zimmerman, whom he apparently had profiled as a homosexual predator.

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