Woman shot by Capitol police after ramming barricades was on psychiatric drugs, antidepressants
by Mike Adams
Friday, October 04, 2013
After shooting and killing a young woman who tried to ram the barricades of the U.S. capitol yesterday, police and FBI conducted a search of her home in the hopes of finding “anti-government” material there. What they found instead were bottles of medications: antidepressants and schizophrenia drugs.
The woman, it turns out, was not a suicide bomber but a mental patient. She has been identified by law enforcement sources as Miriam Carey, and she had a one-year-old child with her in the car (with no weapons of any kind). This did not stop capitol police from shooting and killing her, of course, followed by widespread applause and celebration across D.C. and the entire mainstream media.
The incident highlighted the total paranoia that now rules Washington: the assassination of a young female mental patient with bad driving habits is now considered a “law enforcement success.” I have no doubt that in order to justify their bizarre actions, the police there are now hurriedly planting evidence in the woman’s apartment so they can say she had some other dastardly motive.
A nation of mental illness