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I split the flesh on my wrist with a box opener, painting the floor of my bedroom with blood I shouldn't have spilt.
After sitting there for what seemed like hours (which apparently was only minutes), I had the revelation that this was not the path.
Weise struggled in school due to frequent relocations, bullying, disruptions in his personal life and truancy.
In May and June 2004, Weise tried twice to commit suicide and was briefly hospitalized.
But, it was at the time the only anti-depressant approved for use with children.
On March 21, 2005, Weise killed nine people before killing himself in a murder–suicide.
His case revived the public discussion about the use of Prozac for children and adolescents; the US Food and Drug Administration had published a warning about it in October 2004 as a factor in increased suicides and violence among youths.
Jeffrey James Weise (August 8, 1988 – March 21, 2005) was an American teenage mass murderer and spree killer, who was a student at Red Lake Senior High School in Red Lake, Minnesota, located on the reservation of the Ojibwe people.
He murdered nine people in a shooting spree on March 21, 2005.
Later Weise was found to have posted numerous online comments expressing his frustration with living in Red Lake, and feelings that his life was beyond his control.
He described the reservation "as a place where people 'choose alcohol over friendship,' where women neglect 'their own flesh and blood' for relationships with men, where he could not escape 'the grave I'm continually digging for myself'." "I had went through a lot of things in my life that had driven me to a darker path than most choose to take.