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Oprah Winfrey Asks David Crespi: Why Didn’t You Just Kill Yourself?

David Crespi with Oprah WinfreyLast month I wrote about David Crespi, the Charlotte, North Carolina banker who “snapped” one night and murdered his twin daughters, Tess and Sam. Shortly after the killings, Crespi called 911 and confessed. The case is so baffling that Oprah Winfrey made it the focus of her Tuesday show. Crespi’s wife Kim has already talked to the media before, but this is the first time we’ve heard from David himself.

The article linked above contains bits and pieces of Winfrey’s interview with Crespi, and the second linked video (“Crespis Discuss Mental Illness”) contains a snippet of the broadcast. Oprah asks a question I’ve been wondering as well. If, as Crespi reported to police, he was so stressed out about finances and caring for his family, why didn’t he kill himself as opposed to his twin daughters? His nonsensical answer: I tried it before, and I promised my wife I wouldn’t do it again.

Oprah’s response? “I wished you had promised her not to harm your daughters.” To which Crespi responds, “I wish I had too.”

In this case, I still fall on the side of Crespi being mentally ill. We know that he had been switched to Prozac four days before this incident, and that a post-crime evaluation ruled Prozac was “not a good drug” for Crespi to be on. (You think?) Listening to him talk on Oprah, and reading the transcript of his chat with detectives, it’s obvious that this is a mentally unbalanced man whose capacity for logical action was impaired. The “logic” that is threaded through his actions is the same logic that gripped Andrea Yates, driving her to murder. The question for society is: Could this tragedy have been prevented? And if so, how? More aggressive treatment? Better monitoring? Pre-emptive confinement?

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  1. I have no answers about this, but I do have a thought. I only watched a little of the episode because it made me cry like a baby and I had to turn it off. I have it saved and plan to watch the rest of it soon, but I thought I heard him say that he heard voices saying to kill the girls on SEVERAL different occasions before he actually did it. I don’t know all the facts, but the minute I would ever have a thought that I should harm my children in any way, I would refuse to be alone around them until I was positive I was ok. It doesn’t sound (from what I saw of the episode) like he ever felt like he should step away, or tell someone what was going on. I understand mental illness is tricky, and I’m not trying to judge him, in fact I feel awful for him because how could a person possibly live with themselves after this. I just wish (as I am sure everyone does) that he would have either told someone, or just refused to be alone with them.

  2. I have no answers about this, but I do have a thought. I only watched a little of the episode because it made me cry like a baby and I had to turn it off. I have it saved and plan to watch the rest of it soon, but I thought I heard him say that he heard voices saying to kill the girls on SEVERAL different occasions before he actually did it. I don’t know all the facts, but the minute I would ever have a thought that I should harm my children in any way, I would refuse to be alone around them until I was positive I was ok. It doesn’t sound (from what I saw of the episode) like he ever felt like he should step away, or tell someone what was going on. I understand mental illness is tricky, and I’m not trying to judge him, in fact I feel awful for him because how could a person possibly live with themselves after this. I just wish (as I am sure everyone does) that he would have either told someone, or just refused to be alone with them.

  3. I think Oprah did very well and this man said she was HARD on him! Oprah did great, now if I had of interviewed him he would have seen what hard was. I would love to see NANCY GRACE interview this man! I understand he supposedly has a mental illness but he crossed the line when he planned a game of hide and seek and while those 2 innocent 5yr olds were waiting for daddy to find them, he Killed them! Iwonder why he didnt KILL HIMSELF too he is a waste of a jail cell and I believe in forgiveness but NOT EVER FOR MURDERING INNOCENT CHILDREN. I think his wife needs some serious counseling for staying with him. I know I am judging and it is not my place but these are the facts and he did wrong. I had to fight back the tears watching this. This stuff happens everyday and all my forgivness passes are saved for those that deserve them.

  4. I think Oprah did very well and this man said she was HARD on him! Oprah did great, now if I had of interviewed him he would have seen what hard was. I would love to see NANCY GRACE interview this man! I understand he supposedly has a mental illness but he crossed the line when he planned a game of hide and seek and while those 2 innocent 5yr olds were waiting for daddy to find them, he Killed them! Iwonder why he didnt KILL HIMSELF too he is a waste of a jail cell and I believe in forgiveness but NOT EVER FOR MURDERING INNOCENT CHILDREN. I think his wife needs some serious counseling for staying with him. I know I am judging and it is not my place but these are the facts and he did wrong. I had to fight back the tears watching this. This stuff happens everyday and all my forgivness passes are saved for those that deserve them.

  5. Oprah talked to this man as though she was talking to someone with a broken leg! What did she expect? The brain, which is the engine that tells every other organ in the body what to do, is the only organ that gets no sympathy when something is wrong with it. The man is ill for Gods Sake. Judge not, Ms. Winfrey, lest ye be judged!

  6. Oprah talked to this man as though she was talking to someone with a broken leg! What did she expect? The brain, which is the engine that tells every other organ in the body what to do, is the only organ that gets no sympathy when something is wrong with it. The man is ill for Gods Sake. Judge not, Ms. Winfrey, lest ye be judged!

  7. Crespi had switched to a new antidepressant (Prozac) just days before the murders.

    In late 2004 and 2005, the FDA required labels on all SSRI antidepressants warning of increased violent and suicidal behavior in children and adults (see http://www.fda.gov/cder/drug/advisory/SSRI200507.htm and http://www.fda.gov/bbs/topics/news/2004/NEW01124.html).

    The FDA violent behavior warning recommended careful observation especially at the start of treatment and when dosages change, which was the case here.

    Crespi, like many, many others before him, was a victim of a potent antidepressant that drove him to kill. Crespi also heard voices – antidepressants can cause this as well. Stop the antidepressants and we stop the violence!

    Ryan Bazler

  8. Crespi had switched to a new antidepressant (Prozac) just days before the murders.

    In late 2004 and 2005, the FDA required labels on all SSRI antidepressants warning of increased violent and suicidal behavior in children and adults (see http://www.fda.gov/cder/drug/advisory/SSRI200507.htm and http://www.fda.gov/bbs/topics/news/2004/NEW01124.html).

    The FDA violent behavior warning recommended careful observation especially at the start of treatment and when dosages change, which was the case here.

    Crespi, like many, many others before him, was a victim of a potent antidepressant that drove him to kill. Crespi also heard voices – antidepressants can cause this as well. Stop the antidepressants and we stop the violence!

    Ryan Bazler

  9. What a horrible tragedy. But, Mr. Crespi, if you ever read this, I know where you’ve been. I’ve been there too. I feel so badly for you. Please don’t give up hope and please try to forgive yourself.

    To everyone else reading this, the brain is made up of various components. Yes, the ‘logic center’ is still there but when it becomes unhinged from impulse control the deadness and utter hopelessness of the soul which occurs in severe depression can drive a person to commit some very bizarre and even heinous acts. I was very close to ending up in jail myself during my time in the Dark Place.

    Please, everyone, do not judge this man. Pray for him. And pray it never happens to you.

  10. What a horrible tragedy. But, Mr. Crespi, if you ever read this, I know where you’ve been. I’ve been there too. I feel so badly for you. Please don’t give up hope and please try to forgive yourself.

    To everyone else reading this, the brain is made up of various components. Yes, the ‘logic center’ is still there but when it becomes unhinged from impulse control the deadness and utter hopelessness of the soul which occurs in severe depression can drive a person to commit some very bizarre and even heinous acts. I was very close to ending up in jail myself during my time in the Dark Place.

    Please, everyone, do not judge this man. Pray for him. And pray it never happens to you.

  11. First off, he admitted to having these thoughts before and yet he did not tell anyone. I can understand those are dark thoughts and you are ashamed to admit them but he could have told his wife that he didn’t feel able to have the kids with him alone because of his depression if he couldn’t bring himself to admit his horrible thoughts to anyone. Do I think he just snapped suddently – YES! In his clearer moments of judgement when he had thoughts of harming them but didn’t should he have put things in place so that he was never alone with them – YES!! Does he deserve forgiveness – that isn’t for me to say. His wife seems to think so and I guess that is for the lord to decide as well one day. Personally I think his wife is a bit off as well. She came across in the interview as so forgiving that it was almost llike so what the girls are dead, he didn’t mean to do it so move on. Maybe it’s the only way she can make sense of what happened. No matter what it is a horrible tragedy for all of them and they all have my prayers.

  12. First off, he admitted to having these thoughts before and yet he did not tell anyone. I can understand those are dark thoughts and you are ashamed to admit them but he could have told his wife that he didn’t feel able to have the kids with him alone because of his depression if he couldn’t bring himself to admit his horrible thoughts to anyone. Do I think he just snapped suddently – YES! In his clearer moments of judgement when he had thoughts of harming them but didn’t should he have put things in place so that he was never alone with them – YES!! Does he deserve forgiveness – that isn’t for me to say. His wife seems to think so and I guess that is for the lord to decide as well one day. Personally I think his wife is a bit off as well. She came across in the interview as so forgiving that it was almost llike so what the girls are dead, he didn’t mean to do it so move on. Maybe it’s the only way she can make sense of what happened. No matter what it is a horrible tragedy for all of them and they all have my prayers.

  13. Jeanne, your point of view as someone who has obviously never experienced a psychotic depression is completely understandable. What you and the 99% or so of the rest of the population will never understand is that in such a depression you have all kinds of evil and foreboding thoughts, all of which you must place in a file marked “Bad Thoughts That I Know Will Never Happen”. Bringing them up to full consciousness would drive you even more insane, if that were possible. If you told the therapist every one of these disturbing thoughts you’d need more than one lifetime to talk each one of them over. You think you will never act on any of them — until it happens. David Crespi tried to explain as much while Oprah raked him over the coals. It is so frustrating for the patient because these complex situations in the mind are so indescribable.

    Let me ask you, how would you feel if an interviewer went to the hospital room of the Denver man who recently lost his wife and two children in a hit and run case in a Denver crosswalk and started hitting him with questions like, “How could you even think of taking your family on a walk through a busy intersection? Didn’t you realize how dangerous that would be? Didn’t it cross your mind that someone could conceivably run the light and mow down your family? How could you do such a thing?” The interviewer would lose all credibility in such a scenario because, yes, we have these thoughts in the backs of our minds but no one thinks it will ever happen. You need to somehow go on living despite these dark and disturbing thoughts. And no one in their right mind would say the man in Denver was negligent.

    David Crespi could not have anticipated what he did. And he didn’t want to lose his children because of some thoughts he had that he knew would never happen.

    The trouble I have describing this is the same trouble any one of us would have explaining colors to someone blind from birth. The darkness in a severe depression is a shade of black impossible to explain to anyone who hasn’t been there. Believe me when I tell you, just like Dr. Michael Welner said on Oprah’s show, it is not uncommon for someone in this state to keep these thoughts to themselves. It is a symptom of the illness. And I might add that, it was while I myself was on Prozac that I began experiencing a lack of impulse control. That is what almost got me thrown into jail. Mr. Crespi, I believe, had just started taking Prozac. Something else to consider…

    I could go on and on but this is enough for now.

  14. Jeanne, your point of view as someone who has obviously never experienced a psychotic depression is completely understandable. What you and the 99% or so of the rest of the population will never understand is that in such a depression you have all kinds of evil and foreboding thoughts, all of which you must place in a file marked “Bad Thoughts That I Know Will Never Happen”. Bringing them up to full consciousness would drive you even more insane, if that were possible. If you told the therapist every one of these disturbing thoughts you’d need more than one lifetime to talk each one of them over. You think you will never act on any of them — until it happens. David Crespi tried to explain as much while Oprah raked him over the coals. It is so frustrating for the patient because these complex situations in the mind are so indescribable.

    Let me ask you, how would you feel if an interviewer went to the hospital room of the Denver man who recently lost his wife and two children in a hit and run case in a Denver crosswalk and started hitting him with questions like, “How could you even think of taking your family on a walk through a busy intersection? Didn’t you realize how dangerous that would be? Didn’t it cross your mind that someone could conceivably run the light and mow down your family? How could you do such a thing?” The interviewer would lose all credibility in such a scenario because, yes, we have these thoughts in the backs of our minds but no one thinks it will ever happen. You need to somehow go on living despite these dark and disturbing thoughts. And no one in their right mind would say the man in Denver was negligent.

    David Crespi could not have anticipated what he did. And he didn’t want to lose his children because of some thoughts he had that he knew would never happen.

    The trouble I have describing this is the same trouble any one of us would have explaining colors to someone blind from birth. The darkness in a severe depression is a shade of black impossible to explain to anyone who hasn’t been there. Believe me when I tell you, just like Dr. Michael Welner said on Oprah’s show, it is not uncommon for someone in this state to keep these thoughts to themselves. It is a symptom of the illness. And I might add that, it was while I myself was on Prozac that I began experiencing a lack of impulse control. That is what almost got me thrown into jail. Mr. Crespi, I believe, had just started taking Prozac. Something else to consider…

    I could go on and on but this is enough for now.

  15. Holy SHIT, David. Did you just compare taking your family out for hot chocolate with stabbing them to death?!

    Sorry, but you lost me there. The two situations are NOT interchangeable.

  16. Holy SHIT, David. Did you just compare taking your family out for hot chocolate with stabbing them to death?!

    Sorry, but you lost me there. The two situations are NOT interchangeable.

  17. No, Zero Boss. The point I am making is that it would be TOTALLY OUTRAGEOUS to blame the Denver man for taking his family through a busy intersection which resulted in their deaths, something which he had no control over. David Crespi has a serious mental illness which resulted in the deaths of his daughters but a lot of people want to blame him for it as if he had control over it. I guess that takes us back to square one: you don’t know how skewed and distorted your thought processes become in a psychotic depression unless you’ve experienced it for yourself. The comparison is: Busy Intersection / Psychotic Depression. Both can be hazardous to the wellbeing of you and your loved ones. No blame can be placed in either situation.

    As long as I’m thinking about it, this reminds me of something Mr. Crespi said during Oprah’s interview with him. He said something to the effect that at that moment he thought he’d be saving his daughters from the mental horrors that he was experiencing, thinking that they, too, were at home that day because of depression. Thinking back to the Andrea Yates case, she said something along the same lines, that she was saving her children from a future of the kind of despair she was going through. Can you see how sick these people were when they killed their children? But earlier, when they were not sick, these same two people were seen as model parents. Do you see that it’s the illness and not the people? But, as did Oprah in the Crespi interview, someone is going to say that they should have said that they felt they may harm someone, but the point is that when in this state you cannot anticipate such things. It’s the nature of the illness.

    Gotta stop here.

  18. No, Zero Boss. The point I am making is that it would be TOTALLY OUTRAGEOUS to blame the Denver man for taking his family through a busy intersection which resulted in their deaths, something which he had no control over. David Crespi has a serious mental illness which resulted in the deaths of his daughters but a lot of people want to blame him for it as if he had control over it. I guess that takes us back to square one: you don’t know how skewed and distorted your thought processes become in a psychotic depression unless you’ve experienced it for yourself. The comparison is: Busy Intersection / Psychotic Depression. Both can be hazardous to the wellbeing of you and your loved ones. No blame can be placed in either situation.

    As long as I’m thinking about it, this reminds me of something Mr. Crespi said during Oprah’s interview with him. He said something to the effect that at that moment he thought he’d be saving his daughters from the mental horrors that he was experiencing, thinking that they, too, were at home that day because of depression. Thinking back to the Andrea Yates case, she said something along the same lines, that she was saving her children from a future of the kind of despair she was going through. Can you see how sick these people were when they killed their children? But earlier, when they were not sick, these same two people were seen as model parents. Do you see that it’s the illness and not the people? But, as did Oprah in the Crespi interview, someone is going to say that they should have said that they felt they may harm someone, but the point is that when in this state you cannot anticipate such things. It’s the nature of the illness.

    Gotta stop here.

  19. oh first off. the man killed his children. hes guilty periode. no matter how sick he was, that is a reason, not an excuse. this is terrible that those two little girls had to die, but eveyone keeps talking about wether david is right or wrong. think about being the two little girls who thought it would be a normal game of hide and seek with daddy. and then were stabbed to death by someone they thought would always protect them. i dont understand how his wife can forgive him and as she said “support him”. that is just insane to me. yes maybe he was very sick beyond my understanding. but that doesnt make what he did ok. or forgivable. he still picked up a knife. and stabbed his two FIVE YEAR old daughters. not once. but to death. he deserves nothing, except to be judged. what does he expect? us to open our arms in support like his wife who seems just as crazy as he is? i dont think so. may he rott in hell for all i care.

  20. oh first off. the man killed his children. hes guilty periode. no matter how sick he was, that is a reason, not an excuse. this is terrible that those two little girls had to die, but eveyone keeps talking about wether david is right or wrong. think about being the two little girls who thought it would be a normal game of hide and seek with daddy. and then were stabbed to death by someone they thought would always protect them. i dont understand how his wife can forgive him and as she said “support him”. that is just insane to me. yes maybe he was very sick beyond my understanding. but that doesnt make what he did ok. or forgivable. he still picked up a knife. and stabbed his two FIVE YEAR old daughters. not once. but to death. he deserves nothing, except to be judged. what does he expect? us to open our arms in support like his wife who seems just as crazy as he is? i dont think so. may he rott in hell for all i care.

  21. I just the watched the whole interview and sobbed uncontrollably for about 10mins. I know shouldn’t judge, but I think he is repulsive. I’ve suffered from depression on and off my whole adult life, and know that I need to be responsible for controlling my illness, because the consequences are far reaching if I don’t.
    He admitted briefly that he was scared the authorities would take his children away from him. In that one instant, as a parent; I know in my heart I would rather my child was removed from my care, even if there was the slightest possibility I would harm her in any way. He is selfish, weak and in denial.
    Speaking of denial, how about the wife? Anger is a very necessary stage to experience when grieving, and she seemingly has none. That alone should be a warning signal, she seems very detached. I would be enraged at the sight of him if it were me. Those beautiful innocent girls spent their last moments alive terrified, confused, and in pain. I couldn’t defend the person who did that to my child. He’ll probably end up in some cushy mental facility on the taxpayers dime…….. Now that’s depressing.

  22. I just the watched the whole interview and sobbed uncontrollably for about 10mins. I know shouldn’t judge, but I think he is repulsive. I’ve suffered from depression on and off my whole adult life, and know that I need to be responsible for controlling my illness, because the consequences are far reaching if I don’t.
    He admitted briefly that he was scared the authorities would take his children away from him. In that one instant, as a parent; I know in my heart I would rather my child was removed from my care, even if there was the slightest possibility I would harm her in any way. He is selfish, weak and in denial.
    Speaking of denial, how about the wife? Anger is a very necessary stage to experience when grieving, and she seemingly has none. That alone should be a warning signal, she seems very detached. I would be enraged at the sight of him if it were me. Those beautiful innocent girls spent their last moments alive terrified, confused, and in pain. I couldn’t defend the person who did that to my child. He’ll probably end up in some cushy mental facility on the taxpayers dime…….. Now that’s depressing.

  23. I’ve suffer from major depression (md) almost four (five) years, and It’s not the same as psychotic depression (pd).
    In md you see the life so dark, so painful, so unbearable, so hopeless and yourself so useless, so sick, so annoying that it can make you kill yourself. You don’t have hallucinations, you don’t lose contact with real world. In someway, you aren’t insane, it’s your point of view that is wrong. But when you become psychotic… that’s another thing.

    How to prevent this happend again? I don’t know.
    Is David guilty? I don’t know.
    But the fact is that he is in jail. He won’t can harm anyone else from now.

  24. I’ve suffer from major depression (md) almost four (five) years, and It’s not the same as psychotic depression (pd).
    In md you see the life so dark, so painful, so unbearable, so hopeless and yourself so useless, so sick, so annoying that it can make you kill yourself. You don’t have hallucinations, you don’t lose contact with real world. In someway, you aren’t insane, it’s your point of view that is wrong. But when you become psychotic… that’s another thing.

    How to prevent this happend again? I don’t know.
    Is David guilty? I don’t know.
    But the fact is that he is in jail. He won’t can harm anyone else from now.

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  27. I strongly believe people should be hospitalized when they are wsitched to new psych meds. You never know what side effects might come about andor how you might handle them. Unfortunately, it’s not feasible for most people to be admitted in a psych ward for a few weeks because of a job, responsibilities, etc. But in a way, I wish it was mandatory . Perhaps things like this could be prevented?

  28. I strongly believe people should be hospitalized when they are wsitched to new psych meds. You never know what side effects might come about andor how you might handle them. Unfortunately, it’s not feasible for most people to be admitted in a psych ward for a few weeks because of a job, responsibilities, etc. But in a way, I wish it was mandatory . Perhaps things like this could be prevented?

  29. I’m sorry, but depression does not lead to that… If that was my husband, he would have been dead by now… by me!

  30. I’m sorry, but depression does not lead to that… If that was my husband, he would have been dead by now… by me!

  31. You hit the nail on the head, Lori. Millions of people around the world struggle daily with the effects of depression. They do so as heroically as they are able and they harm NO ONE else but themselves. It is an insult to those people with a true illness for this poseur to try to pass off his EVIL as illness. It sickens me.

    I do believe there are mental illnesses that would totally impair one’s ability to judge right from wrong, but depression is NOT one of them. He knew what he was doing was wrong — he called 911 right away, didn’t he — but he did it ANYWAY. That’s not depression, that’s evil. There’s a special cell in hell for this guy, right next to Andrea Yates.

  32. You hit the nail on the head, Lori. Millions of people around the world struggle daily with the effects of depression. They do so as heroically as they are able and they harm NO ONE else but themselves. It is an insult to those people with a true illness for this poseur to try to pass off his EVIL as illness. It sickens me.

    I do believe there are mental illnesses that would totally impair one’s ability to judge right from wrong, but depression is NOT one of them. He knew what he was doing was wrong — he called 911 right away, didn’t he — but he did it ANYWAY. That’s not depression, that’s evil. There’s a special cell in hell for this guy, right next to Andrea Yates.

  33. I agree. I have suffered from depression, been switched from med to med and had bad side effects, but you know what? NOT ONCE did I think about harming my kids! More than that, they were the reason that I wouldn’t do anything to myself! I dont understand how people can be standing up for this guy.

  34. I agree. I have suffered from depression, been switched from med to med and had bad side effects, but you know what? NOT ONCE did I think about harming my kids! More than that, they were the reason that I wouldn’t do anything to myself! I dont understand how people can be standing up for this guy.

  35. Millions of people are diagnosed or not diagnosed with depression and/or bi-polar disorder and they do not commit crimes nor commit capital murder and “prays” to be released. He fucked up. I even believe he knew he fucked up — listen to the 911 tape of his call (which can be found on the internet). He was an intelligent white-collar executive. He knew he had to act like a “basket case” to avoid lethal injection. Do I feel bad for him for being mentally ill and having a shitty therapist? Yes. Do I feel bad that he’s where he belongs? No. Everyone of us gets angry or “snaps”, but do we kill 5-year-olds? No. I don’t blame the wife though I do question her judgment. “Let’s see, my husband is taking a week off from work because he’s ‘depressed’, yeah, I need my hair cut so I’ll leave him alone.” Of course, she probably had no clue or intuition that he would harm their children, but did she ever think ‘maybe I should be with my husband at all times because he may try to kill himself’? Or how about this? If my husband was on three medications for mental illness AND he was on serious sleep deprivation, I would have taken him to a hosptial. This isn’t a problem in socio-economics…he probably earned a six-figure income. The bottom line, this guy doesn’t deserve empathy or sympathy — what about focusing attention to men who are ON death row and are innocent?

  36. Millions of people are diagnosed or not diagnosed with depression and/or bi-polar disorder and they do not commit crimes nor commit capital murder and “prays” to be released. He fucked up. I even believe he knew he fucked up — listen to the 911 tape of his call (which can be found on the internet). He was an intelligent white-collar executive. He knew he had to act like a “basket case” to avoid lethal injection. Do I feel bad for him for being mentally ill and having a shitty therapist? Yes. Do I feel bad that he’s where he belongs? No. Everyone of us gets angry or “snaps”, but do we kill 5-year-olds? No. I don’t blame the wife though I do question her judgment. “Let’s see, my husband is taking a week off from work because he’s ‘depressed’, yeah, I need my hair cut so I’ll leave him alone.” Of course, she probably had no clue or intuition that he would harm their children, but did she ever think ‘maybe I should be with my husband at all times because he may try to kill himself’? Or how about this? If my husband was on three medications for mental illness AND he was on serious sleep deprivation, I would have taken him to a hosptial. This isn’t a problem in socio-economics…he probably earned a six-figure income. The bottom line, this guy doesn’t deserve empathy or sympathy — what about focusing attention to men who are ON death row and are innocent?

  37. This is not bi polar nothing. This, can you see, is schizophrenia!

  38. This is not bi polar nothing. This, can you see, is schizophrenia!

  39. What he did was wrong period. My mother and my husband both haven taken Prozac and that stuff will mess you up. On the warning label, and in so many words, it says that if you have any suicidal thoughts or thoughts of harming others you need to call your doctor right away. Prozac will kill you. I can remember my mom taking it and going bananas!! I always promised my self and my dad I would never hit my mom but, at some point I had to defend myself. When my husband took prozac it landed him in the hospital. NOT MAKING EXCUSES!!

    I feel bad for this whole family. I think he is remorseful. Durning that call he was in shock and most likely on his meds. The mother has to now deal with losing her two babies and the man she loved. This is a sad story and my heart goes out to the mother and the babies.

  40. What he did was wrong period. My mother and my husband both haven taken Prozac and that stuff will mess you up. On the warning label, and in so many words, it says that if you have any suicidal thoughts or thoughts of harming others you need to call your doctor right away. Prozac will kill you. I can remember my mom taking it and going bananas!! I always promised my self and my dad I would never hit my mom but, at some point I had to defend myself. When my husband took prozac it landed him in the hospital. NOT MAKING EXCUSES!!

    I feel bad for this whole family. I think he is remorseful. Durning that call he was in shock and most likely on his meds. The mother has to now deal with losing her two babies and the man she loved. This is a sad story and my heart goes out to the mother and the babies.

  41. You know mental illiness in this country is not taking seriuosly enough, people need help. Those poor girls my heart goes out to them. I lost my son to an illiness, but if he was killed by his own father I couldn’t even imangine the pain that would be with me.

  42. You know mental illiness in this country is not taking seriuosly enough, people need help. Those poor girls my heart goes out to them. I lost my son to an illiness, but if he was killed by his own father I couldn’t even imangine the pain that would be with me.

  43. She has done many shows on the influence of domestic violence and how the stress resulting from it impacts health and relationships; however, could not find any on the influence of occupational violence. Does home violence spill over into the workplace or is it primarily the opposite?

  44. She has done many shows on the influence of domestic violence and how the stress resulting from it impacts health and relationships; however, could not find any on the influence of occupational violence. Does home violence spill over into the workplace or is it primarily the opposite?

  45. He should have chosen to kill himself no matter his silly promise. To take the life of his daughters is monstrous no matter what drug he ingested. BS

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