Post-Taser Flashback: Zombie Drug?

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The “Miami Zombie,” was a naked man who was killed by police on May 26, 2012, after he was found eating another man’s face along a busy highway. Another zombie apocalypse-type incident took place over that weekend in Hackensack, New Jersey, where a man stabbed himself and threw his intestines at police. A few days later, a student at the Morgan State University in Maryland confessed to eating his roommate’s brains and heart. The Miami attacker Rudy Eugene chewed off more than 75 percent of Ronald Poppo’s face. Before fatally shooting him, police demands to stop were met with growls.


“I knew my son,” Eugene’s mother, Ruth Charles, told ABC affiliate WPLG. “Rudy will never, never do something like that.” “He did not abuse drugs,” she said crying. “I don’t understand. Somebody did something to him… that wasn’t him.”


Press reports said that a dangerous herbal incense street drug known as “bath salts” might have played a role in the attack. There were no drugs found at the Miami scene.  According to ABC News, Rudy Eugene in a previous incident was “the first person tasered by North Miami police.”


A Taser is an electroshock weapon that uses electrical current to disrupt voluntary control of muscles. Tasers are non-lethal weapons used by police to subdue dangerous people. According to Wikipedia, “Someone struck by a Taser experiences stimulation of his or her sensory nerves and motor nerves, resulting in strong involuntary muscle contractions.”


Becoming violent, burning up from the inside, tearing off one’s clothes, and other “delusional frenzies” exhibited by the Miami zombie are the experiences of someone struck by a Taser. Did Rudy Eugene suffer a Post-Taser flashback? What triggered it off? What are the potential long-term Taser effects on the brain and body?


In 2011, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention seized on the idea of a “zombie apocalypse” as a way to get Americans to prepare for a hurricane, pandemic, earthquake, or terrorist attack. To demonstrate the importance of preparedness, they launched a blog, content syndication, and even zombie e-cards.


Had the Office of Public Health already made a connection between Taser strikes and zombie stimulation?


Conspiracy theorists currently suspect that post-taser victims might exhibit zombie-like behavior and that low-income homeless people are targeted for taser attacks. Will vigilante (storm trooper) groups suddenly emerge (as they have in Greece), thus “saving” the government the political shame of asking police to move the homeless to FEMA camps?  Were some Neo-cons in fact neo-nazis secretly planting their German “DNA haplogroup K” in high places?


Modern Hoax theorists, on the other hand, appear confident that a “cloud” communications revolution has undeniably commenced. The 99% can peace-lovingly block certain doorways and hang up the iphones until the ill advised once again pack their bags.


By Peter Fotis Kapnistos



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  1. The Internet pointed to a zombie apocalypse, while some experts blamed an amphetamine cocktail called bath salts. Maybe a bacteria that affects the brain like bath salts causes high fevers and could cause people to walk like zombies.

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