Former Utah man accused of killing Filipina model

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  • Ann Blake Tracy Logandale, NV
    Nov. 14, 2013 11:41 a.m.

    A nightmare! Now to learn if it was literally a nightmare as it was the case in the murder of comedian Phil Hartman where his wife acted out her nightmare in a REM Sleep Behavior Disorder. Someone needs to ask if Jim was taking an antidepressant (often given after a divorce) because these drugs produce REM Sleep Behavior Disorder known to produce both murder and suicide. In fact 86% of those diagnosed with this deadly sleep disorder are taking antidepressants. Did he stop taking it when he remarried and then start again when the typhoon hit? According to FDA warnings, these abrupt changes in dose can cause suicide, hostility and/or psychosis. There were indications of all three of those in this case.

    Here is your clue that this was not just a normal argument but that something went terribly wrong: "At 1:30 a.m. Wednesday morning, Seddon said she got an incoherent phone call from her ex-husband, James Edward Moore II.

    "He basically told me that he's very sorry for everything that's happened, that he's done, to please forgive him," Seddon said.

    "Seddon said Moore threatened suicide, then hung up."