Friday, June 8, 2012

"They're suicidal."

Man High On "Spice" Severely Beats Girlfriend Calls 911 Asks To Be Murdered
Re-printed from a story at KASA Channel 2 on June 3rd 2012
Shalon Fortune New Mexico
Another drug-induced attack in America makes headlines for it's bizarre nature.

Albuquerque, New Mexico Police say a man was high on spice when he called 911 and asked the dispatcher to send police officers to his residence to kill him.

Shalon Quincy Fortune is accused of calling police and telling dispatch he kicked his girlfriend in the face. When police officers arrived they saw blood on the floor and a blood-soaked rag on the counter.

Fortune told officers on the scene he had been fired, had just smoked the synthetic marajuana substitute "spice" and then asked the officers on the scene to take his life. He was arrested on the spot. Due to his behavior during the arrest he was unable to have his mugshot taken and instead was photographed in a De-Tox tank where he was held in isolation.

Prolonged drug usage creates an intellectually challenged individual with limited ability to meaningfully function. Substance abuse counselors say the drug is doing bizarre things to people:

"They’re hallucinating, they're either suicidal, they're very depressed... they can be comatose,” Stuart Cline said.

Fortune is currently charged with felony Aggravated Assault on a household member for a bloody attack on his girlfriend. He was arrested at the 5200 block of North East Indian School Road North at apartment #208 at The Summit Apartments in Albuquerque Wednesday night.

A judge has set Shalon Fortune's bond at $25,000 cash or surety.

This year, a series of bizarre attacks, including a man eating another man's face before being killed by police in Miami, a man attempting to eat a child's arm on in the middle of the street in Philidelphia, and a Canadian gay porn actor killing another man and mailing his remains to the authorities all create a disturbing pattern of behavior that suggests that news agencies are no longer self-censoring these kind of bizarre and vicious crimes from mainstream America.

WASA Channel 2, Man asks ABQ police for death wish
KRQE Channel 13, Man asks ABQ police for death wish