Violence Antidepressants 2010-03-02 Australia Man Becomes Violent While Taking Two Different Antidepressants at the Same Time


Paragraphs 6 through 9 read:  "He was arrested later that day when he tried to bash his daughter's boyfriend in their own home, calling him a "black ----" and smashing the family car's windscreen with a rock."

" 'It's a shame it wasn't his head,'  Raymer later told police before threatening to burn down the victim's home.

Raymer pleaded guilty to aggravated cruelty to animals, unlawful assault, two counts of criminal damage, making threats to kill and threatening to damage property.

Defence lawyer Sharon Lacey argued Raymer was suffering from the side effects of two anti-depressant drugs when he killed the cats.

Cat killer facing jail