In the long and well-recorded history of what has killed the children of
mankind, prior to 1970, "child suicide" was virtually unheard of. In
nations and populations across the globe, children, the most alive among
us, just didn't kill themselves. Then, along came a whole range of brain
altering chemicals, which psychiatrists began to use to control
The psychiatrists further developed "criteria" designed to select out of
the masses of children, the brightest and most active children of the
Western World and in the 1960s, began the use of their chemicals on the
children they selected. Over time, psychiatrists invented other
"criteria" which they deemed aberrant and indicative of "mental
disorders but which only described other behaviors of predominantly
normal children having normal reactions to the problems of life. By the
1970s, some of those children began to do something for which there was
no precedent in history: children "treated" by psychiatrists began to
In the Diagnostic And Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders Third
Edition Revised (DSM-III-R), the American Psychiatric Association
published the fact (on page 136) that "Suicide is the major complication
of withdrawal" from their (Ritalin, Adderall and the other amphetamines
cocaine) Sympathomimetic (central nervous system and brain stimulant or
speed-type) medications. This was a confession that has now been purged
from their recent texts.
Children are today, the single largest population of involuntary "mental
patients" on Earth. Calling such deaths among children "suicides" is, of
course a "misdirection." In fact, the drugs never committed a single one
of those "homicides," even if death seemed to be self-inflicted. It was
the person who negligently and irresponsibly and perhaps criminally
prescribed the drug or drugs, involuntarily to those children, who in
fact committed the homicide. If such homicides were to be properly
deemed to be a criminal acts, the cause of death in such cases would be
deemed to be "murder."
"Homicide" is the killing of one human by another. "Murder," is the
unlawful killing of one human by another.
It has long been considered to be "legal" to kill "mental patients" if
the act is committed by "medical" means (electric shock treatment,
lobotomy, administration of toxic chemical or chemicals or through the
process of denying the chemical as in withdrawal). This is one of the
liabilities of being in what is considered to be in or of the "sub
human" category: mental patient.
In most States, if any "normal" (non medical) person gives another
person a "medically controlled" substance or a substance deemed to be
"illegal," or gives that person a drug in an "illegal manner," and the
person who receives the drug dies, the cause of death is legally (by
statute in spite of any willful or voluntary participation by the
deceased) considered to be a "murder."
All persons under the control of psychiatrists are involuntary, always,
despite any apparent willful or voluntary participation by the "patient"
as they only remain "voluntary" participants up to the point of refusal
of such control at which point the psychiatrist (and now by statute,
others such as other medical doctors, psychologists and other
"government employees) simply deems the person to be "involuntary" (a
"legal" status") and so forces "treatments" upon the "patient." Only
later does the medical/psychiatric or government employee seek the
rubber stamp of a court.
In any inherently involuntary or statutorily involuntary situation such
as those involving prisoners brought before courts, those in jails,
prisons and mental institutions, wards or in hospital "beds," in all
"care" homes including orphanages and in all other settings and
circumstances involving children, homicides committed by "care givers"
should all be considered and deemed to be "statutory murder," just as
the use of such "held" or controlled persons for the sexual
gratification or other "sexual" purpose, must always be considered a
crime of rape.