A Colorado judge has ruled that theater shooting suspect James Holmes can be given ‘truth serum’ for his medical examinations if he pleads not guilty by reason of insanity.
Judge William Blair Sylvester issued an order Monday issued the court order Monday.
If Holmes offers a not guilty plea, he could be required to submit to the ‘narcoanalytic interview’ as part of an evaluation to determine if he was legally insane at the time of the July 20 shootings
Dark Knight theater ‘killer’ James Holmes can be given ‘truth serum’ before testifying, judge rules
- James Holmes, 25, was held in restraints at Denver Health’s psychiatric unit after jail officials determined he was a threat to himself
- Judge ruled Monday that he can be given ‘truth serum’ during psychiatric evaluations if Holmes enters ‘not guilty’ plea
a picture of holmes who was drugged in court so he could not defend himself by the US government.
The prospect of such interviews that may ensue under such a plea alarmed defense attorneys, who filed documents opposing the technique.
Like a scene straight out of the cult classic Clockwork Orange, we learn today that a judge has ruled that James Holmes may be ordered to take ‘truth serum’ if he pleads not guilty by reason of insanity. Is this the way mainstream America and the world find out that the Aurora shooting was a false flag, and James Holmes merely a drugged up CIA patsy? Or will we learn that Holmes was a part of a two or three-man hit team? Will Holmes under ‘truth serum’ finally answer the questions we’re all sitting on the edges of our seats waiting for or will they pull a ‘Breitbart’ on him before he’s allowed to talk? Is this just the beginning of the mass use of truth serum upon criminals or will we soon see them taking it to the next level, pre-crime? Mandatory truth serum for gun purchases next? Where does this all end? This sure seems to me like more of the ‘police state’ unfolding. Let’s hope we get answers.
James Holmes, who is accused of the Colorado cinema massacre could be given “truth serum” to help determine whether he is insane, Judge William Sylvester has ruled.
According to Sky.com, Defense lawyers have indicated that Holmes might plead not guilty by reason of insanity.
If Holmes does plead insanity, then Judge Sylvester has ruled that Holmes might have to submit to a “narco analytic interview” as part of the evaluation of his mental state.
A narcoanalytic interview is in when patients are given drugs to lower their inhibition. Judge Sylvester also said Holmes could be given a lie detector test. links