It’s been a year of crippling emotion for Cindy and Paul Tarashuk — a year since the death of their 26-year-old son also named Paul.
“Talking about him gets me really upset,” Cindy Tarashuk told CBS News. “Talking about this stuff gets me angry.”
Paul Tarashuk had schizoaffective disorder, suffering delusions and hallucinations. But he was getting on with his life, until one night last September, when he had a psychotic breakdown traveling along a highway in Orangeburg County, South Carolina.
Parked for a roadside break, a trucker suddenly saw Tarashuk walk toward him, naked. The trucker took off, but as he drove down the interstate, he realized Tarashuk was riding on his rig and called 911.
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LETS SEE……. HOW CAN WE DEVELOP THIS INTO MORE MONEY FOR ISRAEL?
“Paul Tarashuk had schizoaffective disorder, suffering delusions and hallucinations.”
Chalk up another one for Big Pharma.
No doubt that they had a hand in this.