Charged Alabama Professor Mail Bomber Suspect

February 15, 2010

(ChattahBox) – The case of a professor charged in the deaths of three faculty members of the University of Alabama is deepening further.

According to CNN, Amy Bishop Anderson and her husband Jim were suspected in a 1993 attempted bombing of a Harvard professor and doctor.

A package arrived at the home of Dr. Paul Rosenberg containing two pipe bombs, which police believed Anderson and her husband created and sent.

This information comes just after police announced that Anderson had also shot her brother to death in 1986, after an argument escalated between them.

The death was ruled accidental, but the case may prove to have been deliberate, given the new crimes being uncovered.

The mother of four has been charged with capital murder, and could face the death penalty if convicted.



One Response to “Charged Alabama Professor Mail Bomber Suspect”

  1. Rosiecee on February 15th, 2010 2:37 pm

    There is a strong possibility that Amy Bishop has been on antidepressants since the death of her brother over 20 years ago.

    The Physicians Desk Reference states that SSRI antidepressants and all antidepressants can cause mania, psychosis, abnormal thinking, paranoia, hostility, etc. These side effects can also appear during withdrawal. Also, these adverse reactions are not listed as Rare but are listed as either Frequent or Infrequent.

    Go to where there are over 3,600 cases, with the full media article available, involving bizarre murders, suicides, school shootings/incidents [53 of these] and murder-suicides – all of which involve SSRI antidepressants like Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, etc, . The media article usually tells which SSRI antidepressant the perpetrator was taking or had been using.

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