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    Did you know every human emotion is now classified as a mental disorder in the new psychiatric manual DSM - 5 http://www.naturalnews.com/038322_DS...#ixzz2FJH2R9Cj This is insane!

    Life necessarily involves emotions, experiences and behaviors which, from time to time, step outside the bounds of the mundane. This does not mean people have a "mental disorder." It only means they are not biological robots we are HUMAN.

    Man made chemicals are not the answer to our problems. I just read the heart wrenching story that Kimberly put up. Where did it all go wrong?

    Is it our non food that we eat, is it the vaccinations. I suspect both. I know of NO child born mad or insane.

    I know of mothers who medicate their children for being what I would call perfectly normal (hyperactive, inattentive, grumpy etc etc) They are the problem looking out the window for solutions and not in the mirror. Parenthood is difficult at times.

    We had all sorts of kids at school when I was growing up - but none were medicated. We also were not vacinated to buggary like our kids are today.

    Lets start with this list - look at the ages....

    Here are some examples specifically related to schools. You can sort the list from here. http://www.ssristories.com/index.php?p=school


    School Shooting Prozac WITHDRAWAL2008-02-15Illinois 6 Dead: 15 Wounded: Perpetrator Was in Withdrawal from Med & Acting Erratically
    School Shooting Prozac Antidepressant2005-03-24Minnesota 10 Dead: 7 Wounded: Dosage Increased One Week before Rampage
    School Shooting Paxil [Seroxat] Antidepressant2001-03-10Pennsylvania 14 Year Old GIRL Shoots & Wounds Classmate at Catholic School
    School Shooting Zoloft Antidepressant & ADHD Med2011-07-11Alabama 14 Year Old Kills Fellow Middle School Student
    School Shooting Zoloft Antidepressant1995-10-12South Carolina 15 Year Old Shoots Two Teachers, Killing One: Then Kills Himself
    School Shooting Med For Depression2009-03-13Germany 16 Dead Including Shooter: Antidepressant Use: Shooter in Treatment For Depression
    School Hostage Situation Med For Depression2010-12-15France 17 Year Old with Sword Holds 20 Children & Teacher Hostage
    School Shooting Plot Med For Depression WITHDRAWAL2008-08-28Texas 18 Year Old Plots a Columbine School Attack
    School Shooting Anafranil Antidepressant1988-05-20Illinois 29 Year Old WOMAN Kills One Child: Wounds Five: Kills Self
    School Shooting Luvox/Zoloft Antidepressants1999-04-20Colorado COLUMBINE: 15 Dead: 24 Wounded
    School Stabbings Antidepressants2001-06-09Japan Eight Dead: 15 Wounded: Assailant Had Taken 10 Times his Normal Dose of Depression Med
    School Shooting Prozac Antidepressant WITHDRAWAL1998-05-21Oregon Four Dead: Twenty Injured
    School Stabbing Med For Depression2011-10-25Washington Girl, 15, Stabs Two Girls in School Restroom: 1 Is In Critical Condition
    School Shooting Antidepressant2006-09-30Colorado Man Assaults Girls: Kills One & Self
    School Machete Attack Med for Depression2001-09-26Pennsylvania Man Attacks 11 Children & 3 Teachers at Elementary School
    School Shooting Related Luvox1993-07-23Florida Man Commits Murder During Clinical Trial for Luvox: Same Drug as in COLUMBINE: Never Reported
    School Hostage Situation Cymbalta Antidepressant WITHDRAWAL2009-11-09New York Man With Gun Inside School Holds Principal Hostage
    School Shooting Antidepressants1992-09-20Texas Man, Angry Over Daughter's Report Card, Shoots 14 Rounds inside Elementary School
    School Shooting SSRI2010-02-19Finland On Sept. 23, 2008 a Finnish Student Shot & Killed 9 Students Before Killing Himself
    School Shooting Threat Med for Depression*2004-10-19New Jersey Over-Medicated Teen Brings Loaded Handguns to School
    School Shooting Antidepressant?2007-04-18Virginia Possible SSRI Use: 33 Dead at Virginia Tech
    School Shooting Antidepressant?2002-01-17Virginia Possible SSRI Withdrawal Mania: 3 Dead at Law School
    School Incident/BizarreZoloft*2010-08-22Australia School Counselor Exhibits Bizarre Behavior: Became Manic On Zoloft
    School/Assault Antidepressant2009-11-04California School Custodian Assaults Student & Principal: Had Manic Reaction From Depression Med
    School Shooting Prozac Antidepressant1992-01-30Michigan School Teacher Shoots & Kills His Superintendent at School
    School Shooting Threats Celexa Antidepressant2010-01-25Virginia Senior in High School Theatens to Kill 4 Classmates: Facebook Involved: Bail Denied
    School Violence/Murder Antidepressants*1998-05-04New York Sheriff's Deputy Shoots his Wife in an Elementary School
    School Knifing/Murder Meds For Depression & ADHD2010-04-28Massachusetts Sixteen Year Old Kills 15 Year Old in High School Bathroom in Sept. 2009
    School Stabbing Wellbutrin2006-12-04Indiana Stabbing by 17 Year Old At High School: Charged with Attempted Murder
    School Threat Antidepressants2007-04-23Mississippi Student Arrested for Making School Threat Over Internet
    School Suspension Lexapro Antidepressant2007-07-28Arkansas Student Has 11 Incidents with Police During his 16 Months on Lexapro
    School Shooting Antidepressant WITHDRAWAL2007-11-07Finland Student Kills 8: Wounds 10: Kills Self: High School in Finland
    School Shooting Paxil [Seroxat] Antidepressant2004-02-09New York Student Shoots Teacher in Leg at School
    School Threat Prozac Antidepressant2008-01-25Washington Student Takes Loaded Shotgun & 3 Rifles to School Parking Lot: Plans Suicide
    School Shooting Plot Med For Depression1998-12-01Wisconsin Teen Accused of Plotting to Gun Down Students at School
    School/Assault Zoloft Antidepressant2006-02-15Tennessee Teen Attacks Teacher at School
    School Shooting Threat Antidepressant1999-04-16Idaho Teen Fires Gun in School
    School Hostage Situation Paxil & Effexor Antidepressants2001-04-15Washington Teen Holds Classmates Hostage with a Gun
    School Hostage Situation Antidepressant WITHDRAWAL2006-11-28North Carolina Teen Holds Teacher & Student Hostage with Gun
    School Knife Attack Med for Depression2006-12-06Indiana Teen Knife Attacks Fellow Student
    School Massacre Plot Prozac Withdrawal2011-02-23Virginia Teen Sentenced to 12 Years in Prison For Columbine Style Plot
    School Shooting Celexa & Effexor Antidepressants2001-04-19California Teen Shoots at Classmates in School
    School Shooting Celexa Antidepressant2006-08-30North Carolina Teen Shoots at Two Students: Kills his Father: Celexa Found Among his Personal Effects
    School Shooting Meds For Depression & ADHD2011-03-18South Carolina Teen Shoots School Official: Pipe Bombs Found in Backpack
    School Shooting Threat Antidepressant2003-05-31Michigan Teen Threatens School Shooting: Charge is Terrorism
    School Stand-Off Zoloft Antidepressant1998-04-13Idaho Teen [14 Years Old] in School Holds Police At Bay: Fires Shots
    School Shooting Antidepressant WITHDRAWAL2007-10-12Ohio Teen [14 Years Old] School Shooter Possibly on Antidepressants or In Withdrawal
    School Threat Antidepressants2008-03-20Indiana Teen [16 Years Old] Brings Gun to School: There Is a Lockdown
    School Suicide/Lockdown Med For Depression2008-02-20Idaho Teen [16 Years Old] Kills Self at High School: Lockdown by Police
    School Threats Prozac Antidepressant1999-10-19Florida Teen [16 Years Old] Threatens Classmates With Knife & Fake Explosives
    School Stabbing Med For Depression2008-02-29Texas Teen [17 Year Old GIRL] Stabs Friend & Principal at High School
    School Hostage Situation Prozac/ Paxil Antidepressants2001-01-18California Teen [17 Years Old] Takes Girl Hostage at School: He is Killed by Police
    School Knife Attack Treatment For Depression & Strattera2009-03-10Belgium Three Dead in School Day Care: Two Children & a Caregiver: Happened Jan 23, 2009
    School Shooting Plot Antidepressants2009-09-22England Two English School Boys Plot to Blow Up High School
    School Arson Incidents Paxil2002-04-12Michigan Unusual Personality Change on Paxil Caused 15 Year Old to Set Fires inside High School
    School Bomb Threat Med For Depression2009-06-29Australia Vexed Father Makes Bomb Threat Against Elementary School
    School Violence Antidepressant2005-11-19Arizona Violent 8 Year Old GIRL Handcuffed by Police at School
    School Violence Celexa Antidepressant2002-01-23Florida Violent 8 Year-Old Boy Arrested At School
    School Threat/Lockdown Lexapro*2008-04-18California Violent High School Student Shot to Death on Campus by Police
    School / Child Endangerment Antidepressants2008-02-27Canada Wacky School Bus Driver Goes Berserk: Also Involved Painkillers
    School Violence Paxil2004-10-23Washington DC Young Boy, 10 Year Old, Has Violent Incidents at School
    School Threat Wellbutrin Antidepressant2007-04-24Tennessee Young Boy, 12, Threatens to Shoot Others at School
    School Hostage Situation Med for Depression2006-03-09France Young Ex-Teacher Holds 21 Students Hostage
    School Shooting/Suicide Celexa2002-10-07Texas Young Girl [13 Years Old] Kills Self at School With a Gun
    School Hostage Situation Paxil2001-10-12North Carolina Young Man Holds Three People Hostage in Duke University President's Office
    School Murder Attempt Med For Depression1995-03-04California Young Woman Deliberately Hits 3 Kids with Her Car at Elementary School: Laughed During Attack
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    Default Re: Psychiatric Drugs linked to school fatalities and excessive violence

    But the FDA approved all this, and the drug companies know the effects. This is not coincidence it's murder!

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    Default Re: Psychiatric Drugs linked to school fatalities and excessive violence

    My sister has suffered from depression, and unfortunately I recommended she see if taking an SSRI drug would help. She went to her Dr. and she was given Prozac. She couldn't handle the side effects, so she was given Paxil. She told me it felt like she was always trying to fight her way out of a wet paper bag, that she had brain fog, and like she was dead inside. Finally she gradually went off them altogether. She said she didn't see a point in taking something that made her feel as bad or worse than she did before taking them.

    Knowing what I know now, I'm glad she did. I tell her to make sure she takes at least 2000 units of Vit D during the winter, as I think that really helps fight depression amoung many other things..

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    Just bumping for those that may have missed it........

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    Here's a bump. Everyone talks about Tim Horton's around here like it is local folk lore, this is the only city I know where they have line ups at almost every store. They have taken over the market, and created a near monopoly. Of course that is when prices for their coffee and donuts went through the roof. We have the highest per capita stores in the country, and the first original store from 1967. What it gets down to is selling people caffeine, sugar, processed flour wrapped in the prettiest bow, today that is combined with iron clamp franchise contracts, such as only existing owners in our city are the only eligible candidates for purchasing another franchise, other store owners in any mall they are in, are not allowed to sell coffee... But essentially the real 'magic' to all this success is ADDICTION. It capitalizes and fully exploits everyone's naturally occurring ADDICTION behaviours. And this about alot more then just physiological tolerance to drugs.

    Anyhow, I heard that Prozac is the highest profit drug ever manufactured and sold in all pharmaceutical history. That fluoride is the main ingredient, that it is an addictive drug and that the withdrawal symptoms are violent aggression and suicidal tendencies. Lesson to all business people. ADDICTION = Higher relative profit.

    Ultimately addiction is about a psychological feeling in your mind. A state of mind that we desire. The drug is just a vehicle, and this is only one example of it. Anything that can create that feeling will work. People can be addicted to anything as a result, sex, violence, pain, love, hate, a political view, a tv show, a pair of leather boots, absolutely anything really, it is all just a matter of creating the right associations in the mind of the seeker and attaching the right motivations and rewards.
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    Default Re: Psychiatric Drugs linked to school fatalities and excessive violence

    See the links on these posts... no, no, no, no... no dots to be connected here... if you see a pattern, then you must be hallucinating; so, here is your prozac prescription...



    Quote Posted by Amzer Zo (here)
    Quote Posted by SilentFeathers (here)
    Amazing that they'll try to shut her up but let others rant and rave like Alex Jones, Drake, Cobra, etc etc. This surely raises a flag that she poked someone in the eye.

    Yep, the illuminati right arm in the USA: the American Psychiatric Association which, of course, works in a tightly knit association with CIA and all their mind control programs from MKultra to satanism... ever heard of the Greenbaum speech?


    Then, check post # 260 as well as post #238.


    Then check this thread about psychiatrists renovated bible, the DSM-5: Psychiatry goes insane.

    Quote Posted by Amzer Zo (here)
    Observer...

    ... if you follow the link provided under "Siberia Bill" in post # 260, you might, with enough perseverence, run into something like this:

    Quote In Ron's Journal 67, Hubbard identified "the people behind the Siberia Bill", who he asserted were
    "... less than twelve men. They are members of the Bank of England and other higher financial circles. They own and control newspaper chains, and they are, oddly enough, directors in all the mental health groups in the world which have sprung up. Now these chaps are very interesting fellows: They have fantastically corrupt backgrounds; illegitimate children; government graft; a very unsavory lot. And they apparently, sometime in the rather distant past, had determined on a course of action. Being in control of most of the gold supplies of the planet, they entered upon a program of bringing every government to bankruptcy and under their thumb, so that no government would be able to act politically without their permission."[23]
    So that, on one hand they are majority share holders of "Big Pharma" and, on the other hand, controlling all the "Mental Health" institutions the world round... which lead us directly to a remake of the "Siberia Bill" but, this time, with people's "approval!"

    Then, post # 260 and post #238 may start to make sense and your assumption of a direct connection between Dr. Laibow and the Connecticut false flag being substantiated with those posts.

    The direct link is her posting that video and plainly saying that psychiatric drugging of people is horse sh!t and completely unnecessary: direct attack on the pill-pushing psychiatry and the the pill producers... that's usually a deadly combination to which she added a hint of (satanic?) rape of little girls.
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    Quote Posted by sigma6 (here)
    Here's a bump. Everyone talks about Tim Horton's around here like it is local folk lore, this is the only city I know where they have line ups at almost every store. They have taken over the market, and created a near monopoly. Of course that is when prices for their coffee and donuts went through the roof. We have the highest per capita stores in the country, and the first original store from 1967. What it gets down to is selling people caffeine, sugar, processed flour wrapped in the prettiest bow, today that is combined with iron clamp franchise contracts, such as only existing owners in our city are the only eligible candidates for purchasing another franchise, other store owners in any mall they are in, are not allowed to sell coffee... But essentially the real 'magic' to all this success is ADDICTION. It capitalizes and fully exploits everyone's naturally occurring ADDICTION behaviours. And this about alot more then just physiological tolerance to drugs.

    Anyhow, I heard that Prozac is the highest profit drug ever manufactured and sold in all pharmaceutical history. That fluoride is the main ingredient, that it is an addictive drug and that the withdrawal symptoms are violent aggression and suicidal tendencies. Lesson to all business people. ADDICTION = Higher relative profit.

    Ultimately addiction is about a psychological feeling in your mind. A state of mind that we desire. The drug is just a vehicle, and this is only one example of it. Anything that can create that feeling will work. People can be addicted to anything as a result, sex, violence, pain, love, hate, a political view, a tv show, a pair of leather boots, absolutely anything really, it is all just a matter of creating the right associations in the mind of the seeker and attaching the right motivations and rewards.
    I did not know you were Canadian Sigma 6 (Tim Horton betrayal lol).

    You are right in the general overview of addiction, but partly wrong in its functioning. Drugs are not only vehicles, they litterally change the synaptical pathways connecting neurons. They change the brain chemistry and wiring. And this is instantaneous. Try to change it back to its original, it may take years, if you succeed.

    It is true you can get addicted to sex, violence, hate, love, political views, etc. The hardest addiction to change being sex because it is rooted in basic survival instincs and in pleasure. It is harder to change than drugs. But did you know that anything practiced long enough will change your brain as well, meditation as well as sex addiction. However, drugs will operate the change overnight, which other addcition won't.

    Mix all that now with video games extreme violence using almost all the senses, add to that the sexual bombardment that is nowadays constant, and mix in drugs. The addiction path is instantaneous. It is also obvious this is planned and executed as planned.

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    I posted this on another thread, but I really think it has its pertinence here:

    This was in the Horus Ra thread thanks to Houman, it describes how kids being drug will hallucinate, loose consciousness and do violent acts.

    I am listening to it right now, the first few minutes up to Michael Moore piece, included, is about what is necessary to understand what is going on. Kids on drugs starting to hallucinate and doing mass kiling, the kids themselves tell you what went on.

    I think it fits very well with the youngs who did the shooting in different places (Aurora, Columbine, now Newton and others)

    Starting at minute 55, the kids start saying what Paxil had as impact, hearing voices that tells you to kill, feeling depressed, etc.

    Later on the parents say the problem is not the guns but the psychosis provoking drugs they are given.

    Now, lets imagine how easy it is to be shooting orders to kill to the kids' ears through psychotropic technologies, if they are already weakened on psychiatric medication.


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    Default Re: Psychiatric Drugs linked to school fatalities and excessive violence

    bumping this thread

    Undeniable Correlation Between Suicide/Mass Shootings & Pharmaceutical Drug Use Being Openly Ignored



    Quote The one thing that nearly every mass shooting has in common… and it isn’t guns
    Tuesday, August 06, 2019 by: Mike Adams


    The following is a republishing of an important article written by Dan Roberts from AmmoLand.com. It reveals the real truth about mass shootings that bureaucrats and lawmakers are choosing to sweep under the rug: psychiatric drugs. If you want to know the real reason why mass shootings are taking place, this is the “inconvenient truth” the media won’t cover.

    Here’s the full article by Dan Roberts:

    (Ammoland.com) Nearly every mass shooting incident in the last twenty years, and multiple other instances of suicide and isolated shootings all share one thing in common, and it’s not the weapons used.

    The overwhelming evidence points to the signal largest common factor in all of these incidents is the fact that all of the perpetrators were either actively taking powerful psychotropic drugs or had been at some point in the immediate past before they committed their crimes.

    Multiple credible scientific studies going back more than a decade, as well as internal documents from certain pharmaceutical companies that suppressed the information show that SSRI drugs ( Selective Serotonin Re-Uptake Inhibitors ) have well known, but unreported side effects, including but not limited to suicide and other violent behavior. One need only Google relevant key words or phrases to see for themselves. www.ssristories.com is one popular site that has documented over 4500 ” Mainstream Media ” reported cases from around the World of aberrant or violent behavior by those taking these powerful drugs.

    The following list of mass shooting perpetrators and the drugs they were taking or had been taking shortly before their horrific actions was compiled and published to Facebook by John Noveske, founder and owner of Noveske Rifleworks just days before he was mysteriously killed in a single car accident. Is there a link between Noveske’s death and his “outting” of information numerous disparate parties would prefer to suppress, for a variety of reasons?

    I leave that to the individual readers to decide. But there is most certainly a documented history of people who “knew too much” or were considered a “threat” dying under extraordinarily suspicious circumstances.

    From Katherine Smith, a Tennessee DMV worker who was somehow involved with several 9/11 hijackers obtaining Tennessee Drivers Licenses, and was later found burned to death in her car, to Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Gary Webb, who exposed a CIA Operation in the 80’s that resulted in the flooding of LA Streets with crack cocaine and was later found dead from two gunshot wounds to the head, but was officially ruled as a “suicide”, to Frank Olson, a senior research micro biologist who was working on the CIA’s mind control research program MKULTRA.

    After Olson expressed his desire to leave the program, he was with a CIA agent in a New York hotel room, and is alleged to have committed “suicide” by throwing himself off the tenth floor balcony. In 1994, Olson’s sons were successful in their efforts to have their fathers body exhumed and re examined in a second autopsy by James Starrs, Professor of Law and Forensic science at the National Law Center at George Washington University. Starr’s team concluded that the blunt force trauma to the head and injury to the chest had not occurred during the fall but most likely in the room before the fall. The evidence was called “rankly and starkly suggestive of homicide.” Based on his findings, in 1996 the Manhattan District Attorney opened a homicide investigation into Olson’s death, but was unable to find enough evidence to bring charges.

    As I said, I leave it to the individual readers to make up their own minds if Noveske suffered a similar fate. On to the list of mass shooters and the stark link to psychotropic drugs.

    • Eric Harris age 17 (first on Zoloft then Luvox) and Dylan Klebold aged 18 (Columbine school shooting in Littleton, Colorado), killed 12 students and 1 teacher, and wounded 23 others, before killing themselves. Klebold’s medical records have never been made available to the public.

    • Jeff Weise, age 16, had been prescribed 60 mg/day of Prozac (three times the average starting dose for adults!) when he shot his grandfather, his grandfather’s girlfriend and many fellow students at Red Lake, Minnesota. He then shot himself. 10 dead, 12 wounded.

    • Cory Baadsgaard, age 16, Wahluke (Washington state) High School, was on Paxil (which caused him to have hallucinations) when he took a rifle to his high school and held 23 classmates hostage. He has no memory of the event.

    • Chris Fetters, age 13, killed his favorite aunt while taking Prozac.

    • Christopher Pittman, age 12, murdered both his grandparents while taking Zoloft.

    • Mathew Miller, age 13, hung himself in his bedroom closet after taking Zoloft for 6 days.

    • Kip Kinkel, age 15, (on Prozac and Ritalin) shot his parents while they slept then went to school and opened fire killing 2 classmates and injuring 22 shortly after beginning Prozac treatment.

    • Luke Woodham, age 16 (Prozac) killed his mother and then killed two students, wounding six others.

    • A boy in Pocatello, ID (Zoloft) in 1998 had a Zoloft-induced seizure that caused an armed stand off at his school.

    • Michael Carneal (Ritalin), age 14, opened fire on students at a high school prayer meeting in West Paducah, Kentucky. Three teenagers were killed, five others were wounded..

    • A young man in Huntsville, Alabama (Ritalin) went psychotic chopping up his parents with an ax and also killing one sibling and almost murdering another.

    • Andrew Golden, age 11, (Ritalin) and Mitchell Johnson, aged 14, (Ritalin) shot 15 people, killing four students, one teacher, and wounding 10 others.

    • TJ Solomon, age 15, (Ritalin) high school student in Conyers, Georgia opened fire on and wounded six of his class mates.

    • Rod Mathews, age 14, (Ritalin) beat a classmate to death with a bat.

    • James Wilson, age 19, (various psychiatric drugs) from Breenwood, South Carolina, took a .22 caliber revolver into an elementary school killing two young girls, and wounding seven other children and two teachers.

    • Elizabeth Bush, age 13, (Paxil) was responsible for a school shooting in Pennsylvania

    • Jason Hoffman (Effexor and Celexa) – school shooting in El Cajon, California

    • Jarred Viktor, age 15, (Paxil), after five days on Paxil he stabbed his grandmother 61 times.

    • Chris Shanahan, age 15 (Paxil) in Rigby, ID who out of the blue killed a woman.

    • Jeff Franklin (Prozac and Ritalin), Huntsville, AL, killed his parents as they came home from work using a sledge hammer, hatchet, butcher knife and mechanic’s file, then attacked his younger brothers and sister.

    • Neal Furrow (Prozac) in LA Jewish school shooting reported to have been court-ordered to be on Prozac along with several other medications.

    • Kevin Rider, age 14, was withdrawing from Prozac when he died from a gunshot wound to his head. Initially it was ruled a suicide, but two years later, the investigation into his death was opened as a possible homicide. The prime suspect, also age 14, had been taking Zoloft and other SSRI antidepressants.

    • Alex Kim, age 13, hung himself shortly after his Lexapro prescription had been doubled.

    • Diane Routhier was prescribed Welbutrin for gallstone problems. Six days later, after suffering many adverse effects of the drug, she shot herself.

    • Billy Willkomm, an accomplished wrestler and a University of Florida student, was prescribed Prozac at the age of 17. His family found him dead of suicide – hanging from a tall ladder at the family’s Gulf Shore Boulevard home in July 2002.

    • Kara Jaye Anne Fuller-Otter, age 12, was on Paxil when she hung herself from a hook in her closet. Kara’s parents said “…. the damn doctor wouldn’t take her off it and I asked him to when we went in on the second visit. I told him I thought she was having some sort of reaction to Paxil…”)

    • Gareth Christian, Vancouver, age 18, was on Paxil when he committed suicide in 2002, (Gareth’s father could not accept his son’s death and killed himself.)

    • Julie Woodward, age 17, was on Zoloft when she hung herself in her family’s detached garage.

    • Matthew Miller was 13 when he saw a psychiatrist because he was having difficulty at school. The psychiatrist gave him samples of Zoloft. Seven days later his mother found him dead, hanging by a belt from a laundry hook in his closet.

    • Kurt Danysh, age 18, and on Prozac, killed his father with a shotgun. He is now behind prison bars, and writes letters, trying to warn the world that SSRI drugs can kill.

    • Woody __, age 37, committed suicide while in his 5th week of taking Zoloft. Shortly before his death his physician suggested doubling the dose of the drug. He had seen his physician only for insomnia. He had never been depressed, nor did he have any history of any mental illness symptoms.

    • A boy from Houston, age 10, shot and killed his father after his Prozac dosage was increased.

    • Hammad Memon, age 15, shot and killed a fellow middle school student. He had been diagnosed with ADHD and depression and was taking Zoloft and “other drugs for the conditions.”

    • Matti Saari, a 22-year-old culinary student, shot and killed 9 students and a teacher, and wounded another student, before killing himself. Saari was taking an SSRI and a benzodiazapine.

    • Steven Kazmierczak, age 27, shot and killed five people and wounded 21 others before killing himself in a Northern Illinois University auditorium. According to his girlfriend, he had recently been taking Prozac, Xanax and Ambien. Toxicology results showed that he still had trace amounts of Xanax in his system.

    • Finnish gunman Pekka-Eric Auvinen, age 18, had been taking antidepressants before he killed eight people and wounded a dozen more at Jokela High School – then he committed suicide.

    • Asa Coon from Cleveland, age 14, shot and wounded four before taking his own life. Court records show Coon was on Trazodone.

    • Jon Romano, age 16, on medication for depression, fired a shotgun at a teacher in his New York high school.

    Missing from list… 3 of 4 known to have taken these same meds….

    • What drugs was Jared Lee Loughner on, age 21…… killed 6 people and injuring 14 others in Tuscon, Az?

    • What drugs was James Eagan Holmes on, age 24….. killed 12 people and injuring 59 others in Aurora Colorado?

    • What drugs was Jacob Tyler Roberts on, age 22, killed 2 injured 1, Clackamas Or?

    • What drugs was Adam Peter Lanza on, age 20, Killed 26 and wounded 2 in Newtown Ct?

    Those focusing on further firearms bans or magazine restrictions are clearly focusing on the wrong issue and asking the wrong questions, either as a deliberate attempt to hide these links, or out of complete and utter ignorance.

    Don’t let them! Force our elected “representatives” and the media to cast a harsh spotlight on this issue. Don’t stop hounding them until they do.

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    Quote ANTIDEPRESSANTS ARE A PRESCRIPTION FOR MASS SHOOTINGS

    Before the late nineteen eighties, mass shootings and acts of senseless violence were relatively unheard of. Prozac, the most well known SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor) antidepressant, was not yet on the market. When Prozac did arrive, it was marketed as a panacea for depression which resulted in huge profits for its manufacturer Eli Lilly. Of course other drug companies had to create their own cash cow and followed suit by marketing their own SSRI antidepressants.

    Subsequently, mass shootings and other violent incidents started to be reported. More often than not, the common denominator was that the shooters were on an antidepressant, or withdrawing from one. This is not about an isolated incident or two but numerous shootings. The question is, during the past twenty years is the use of antidepressants here a coincidence or a causation?

    There have been too many mass shootings for it just to be a coincidence. Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold killed twelve students and a teacher at Columbine High School. Eric was on Luvox, an antidepressant. The Virginia Tech shooter killed thirty-two people and he was on an antidepressant. While withdrawing from Prozac, Kip Kinkel murdered his mother and stepmother. He then shot twenty-two classmates and killed two. Jason Hoffman wounded five at his high school while he was on Effexor, also an antidepressant. James Holmes opened fire in a Colorado movie theater this past summer and killed twelve people and wounded fifty-eight. He was under the care of a psychiatrist but no information has been released as to what drug he must have been on.

    Psychiatrists generally will tell you that these people were mentally ill and they weren’t treated in time or didn’t get enough help to prevent the tragedy. However, Dr. Peter Breggin, who is a psychiatrist, stated that depression rarely leads to violence and that it’s only since the SSRI’s came on the market that such mass shootings have taken place.

    In a study of thirty-one drugs that are disproportionately linked to reports of violence toward others, five of the top ten are antidepressants. These are Prozac, Paxil, Luvox, Effexor and Pristiq. Two other drugs that are for treating ADHD are also in the top ten which means these are being given to children who could then become violent. One could conclude from this study alone that antidepressants cause both suicidal thoughts and violent behavior. This is a prescription for mass shootings.

    No one can talk their way out of explaining how a person who is previously non-violent and given antidepressants suddenly becomes violent or suicidal. There are multiple cases of children who have committed suicide days after starting to take an antidepressant. In a YouTube video, various parents tell their story about what the antidepressants did to their kids.

    A parent retells how his child couldn’t stand how the drugs made him feel and so he committed suicide. Another parent is stuck with the image of his child running in front of a moving car because the child wanted to die. Imagine calling 911 because your child is trying to kill herself when you know your child was not like that before taking the antidepressant. Imagine what you would feel like upon finding out that your child is the shooter in a murderous rampage on the school campus.

    While on a mix of antidepressants, sixteen year old Cory Baadsgaard took a rifle to school and held twenty-three students hostage. His father said he was not a violent kid before he took the drugs but while on the medication he was volatile and susceptible to blind rage. Cory does not remember anything other than waking up, not feeling so well and going back to bed. The next thing he remembered was being in juvenile detention. Luckily no one was hurt, but it could have become another mass shooting.

    A Harvard psychiatrist closely monitors his patients as he has seen firsthand that those that were not suicidal before became agitated, restless and completely preoccupied with suicidal thoughts. When these patients were taken off the drug, the thoughts went away. Clearly this demonstrates it’s the drugs causing these violent feelings, not the mental health of the patient.

    They claim that these drugs are safe and effective but obviously they aren’t. Doctors themselves may not be aware of the dangers of these drugs, but their patients are the ones who will suffer the consequences if they are not told of the potentially lethal side effects. Doctors should at the very least go over the FDA Black Box warning which is on all antidepressants. This warning states that there is an increased risk of suicidal thoughts and behavior by taking the drug. Otherwise, doctors are pretty much pulling the trigger themselves so-to-speak.

    The worst part is we are all being misled with false information in regards to “mental illness.” Given the fact that there is not a single diagnostic test for depression or any other “mental disorder,” how can one even attempt to diagnose a “mental disorder” without a shred of scientific evidence to back it up? Opinions about symptoms are not science! There is the “chemical brain imbalance” theory, but where is the science to prove it exists?

    The point is you can’t prescribe an antidepressant or any other psychiatric drug when you don’t know the cause of the symptoms. Nothing ever gets treated, helped or fixed without a cause. Instead, mind-altering drugs are being given to our future generation for no sensible or logical reason other than profits for pharmaceutical companies. The only result is dead bodies from mass shootings and that is truly senseless. Check it out for yourself and watch the YouTube video. Check out the list of school incidents linked to SSRIs below. Ensure your children are safe!

    References:

    http://articles.mercola.com/sites/ar...-violence.aspx

    http://ssristories.com/index.php?p=school

    Psychiatric Drugs Create Violence & Suicide: School Shootings & Other Acts of Senseless Violence
    CCHR campaign launched to educate law enforcement, policy makers and school officials about violence- and suicide-inducing drug risks.



    CCHR has released a new report titled Psychiatric Drugs Create Violence & Suicide: School Shootings & Other Acts of Senseless Violence.

    This report provides information on more than 30 studies that link antidepressants, antipsychotics, psychostimulants, mood stabilizers and sedative hypnotics to adverse effects that include hostility, mania, aggression, self-harm, suicide and homicidal thoughts.

    The 64-page report also details more than 60 examples of school and mass shootings, stabbings and senseless violent acts committed by those under the influence of psychotropic drugs or experiencing serious withdrawal from them.

    The goal of this report is to help law enforcement; educators and policy makers learn how psychotropic drugs are a hidden link to the prevalence of violence and suicide in the community.

    This report may be downloaded at this link:

    https://www.cchrint.org/pdfs/violence-report.pdf
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    Whistle blowers have been trying to get the message out concerning pharmaceutical dangers for decades. Dr. David Healy nearly had his career destroyed. In the mid 1990's, I worked as an RN at Emory with Charles Nemeroff. The mid 90's was when I saw psychiatry transform into a pill dispensary. He was taking money from pharmaceutical companies and later was relieved of his position. Then it was also revealed he had falsified research while at Emory.

    Quote Emory Statement

    October 3, 2008

    7:00 PM ET
    Senator Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) has raised a number of questions about whether Emory's chairman of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, Dr. Charles Nemeroff, has properly disclosed his financial relationships with pharmaceutical companies. We at Emory take this matter very seriously and are working diligently to determine whether our policies have been observed consistently with regard to the matters cited by Senator Grassley.

    In view of the ongoing internal and external investigations into these allegations, Dr. Nemeroff will voluntarily step down as chairman of the department, effective immediately, pending resolution of these issues.Statement: Emory and Dr. Charles Nemeroff
    Quote Did Glaxo/Lilly pay Nemeroff to discredit David Healy?

    Why was Charles Nemeroff so concerned with David Healy's research back in 2001 regarding SSRi's? Was he told by GlaxoSmithKline and/or Eli Lilly to 'warn' Healy off? Judging by this transcript it appears that not only is Nemeroff a lying fraudulent scuzball - he's an intimidating bastard as well! - That's my opinion. Your thoughts?

    "Dr. Nemeroff came up to me in the course of the meeting in what was a very scary meeting between him and me and told me that my career would be destroyed if I kept on showing results like the ones that I'd just shown, that I had no right to bring out hazards of the pills like these." - David Healy


    Actual script from 'Dr. David Healy' CBC News and Current Affairs

    Broadcast on Tue 12 Jun 2001

    DARROW MACINTYRE: A quiet, small town in North Wales. It seems an unlikely place to find a man like David Healy, university professor and psychiatrist, renowned in medical circles from New York to Paris to London as one of Europe's eminent scientist. This time last year, Healy was about to leave Wales. Lured to Toronto by this university teaching hospital, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and the promise of his own research clinic there. Then one day last November, something strange happened. After almost two years of courting Dr. Healy and finally offering him the big job, senior staff at the centre abruptly decided to dump him. They say they found out just in a nick of time that Healy held certain unscientific views about a number of psychiatric drugs, views they say could harm patient care. But many in the academic community think their decision had less to do with science and more to do with money. What this is really about, they say, is the role drug companies play in influencing scientific debate. When it comes to anti-depressants there are few people who know more than Dr. Healy. Especially about a group of drugs called S.S.R.I. or Selective Seratonin Re-uptake Inhibitors. The best known of these is Prozac, the most widely prescribed anti-depressant in the world. But for a decade now, research has suggested that drugs like Prozac may actually cause some people to have suicidal urges. Nobody really knows how often, but Healy thinks often enough to be concerned.

    DAVID HEALY: Let's say in the case of Prozac that it causes the problem, it will cause people to commit suicide at a rate of one in 1,000 people who actually go on the drug. To most people here a figure like that, that sounds like a fairly low figure. It sounds like a reasonable trade-off almost. But if 50 million people go on the drug, then that becomes 50,000 suicides which is maybe higher than there has been, but it becomes an awfully big figure. It's what the FDA call the public health multiplier which is a small hazard distributed among millions of people becomes a big problem.

    MACINTYRE: Recently David Healy conducted studies aimed at trying to figure out just who is at risk and who isn't. Are you opposed to the use of S.S.R.I.'s?

    HEALY: Absolutely not. No. My Ph.D. thesis was on the seratonin re-uptake system and I've been, I was one of the people when the S.S.R.I.'s came out first who would have been much quicker than most of the rest of my colleagues to use this new group of drugs. I continue to put a very large number of people that I see on the drugs. And I believe as the research that we've done indicates that if you're really going to use the drugs properly and I'm in the business of using these drugs to treat people, is you're really going to find out who does well on these drugs, what you find out at the same time is who does poorly.

    MACINTYRE: Dr. Healy's not the first one to document this problem. Doctors at Harvard University raised concerns about S.S.R.I.'s and suicide years ago. Harvard lecturer and psychiatrist Joseph Glen Mullen wrote about it in his book "Prozac Backlash". He says more doctors should listen to Healy.

    JOSEPH GLEN MULLEN: Dr. Healy for many, many years has been widely regarded as one of the leading psychiatrist in Europe and really in the world. His research is outstanding. And he's one of the few people who has continued to do research on the suicidality issue in particular and been a strong proponent of patients needing to get this kind of information.

    MACINTYRE: Last summer, the centre made it official. They wanted Healy as the top scientist in their mood and anxiety disorders clinic. They offered him the director's job and he accepted.

    HEALY: I felt very good about it. And I also brought over my family and certainly they all seemed reasonably open to the move as well. So we all began to get fairly excited.

    MACINTYRE: At the time the centre had no problem with Healy's research. But someone else did.

    CHARLES NEMEROFF: Hello. My name is Charles Nemeroff.

    MACINTYRE: Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at Atlanta's prestigious Emory University, Dr. Charles Nemeroff is a highly respected and influential scientist. And a paid consultant to a dozen drug companies. A leading psychiatric magazine recently profiled him under the headline Boss of Bosses. Is the brash and controversial Charles Nemeroff, the most powerful man in psychiatry. Inside the authors wrote, Nemeroff is among the most coveted advisors to the pharmaceutical industry. And he fully expects to lead the corporate strategies of those he advises. Those who do not heed his advice are often the recipients of his wrath. Last summer at Cambridge University in England, Healy had a brush with the boss of bosses.

    HEALY: Dr. Nemeroff came up to me in the course of the meeting in what was a very scary meeting between him and me and told me that my career would be destroyed if I kept on showing results like the ones that I'd just shown, that I had no right to bring out hazards of the pills like these.

    MACINTYRE: In a written statement, a doctor who witnessed the confrontation told us, when it became clear that David Healy would not back down from his points of view, Nemeroff said that what Healy was publishing might harm the drug industry, specifically Eli Lilly. He, Charles Nemeroff, said that these people were ruthless and would go to great lengths to make life hard for academics who published articles associating suicide with Prozac.

    HEALY: It was a fairly short encounter. It lasted about two or three minutes but a very scary one.

    MACINTYRE: James Turk is with the Canadian Association of University Teachers. He says to a drug company concerned about profits, researchers like Healy could be seen as dangerous.

    JAMES TURK: I mean he's one of the world's leading scholars on anti-depressants. He's done clinical trials for some of the drug companies. But what he isn't is not in the drug companies' pockets. And Healy's argument is that S.S.R.I.'s are suitable for some patients but in fact can be very harmful for others. And the impression I get is that the drug companies want 100 percent of the market whereas if you do that research and Healy's right, that there are 40 percent or 50 percent of the people who currently get S.S.R.I.'s for whom it's not appropriate, then the market is cut in half.
    Quote Film of a book by Professor David Healy.
    When we stop at the pharmacy to pick up our Prozac®, are we simply buying a drug? Or are we buying into a disease as well? The first complete account of the phenomenon of antidepressants, this authoritative, highly readable book relates how depression, a disease only recently deemed too rare to merit study, has become one of the most common disorders of our day—and a booming business to boot.

    The Antidepressant Era chronicles the history of psychopharmacology from its inception with the discovery of chlorpromazine in 1951 to current battles over whether these powerful chemical compounds should replace psychotherapy. An expert in both the history and the science of neurochemistry and psychopharmacology, David Healy offers a close-up perspective on early research and clinical trials, the stumbling and successes that have made Prozac® and Zoloft® household names. The complex story he tells, against a backdrop of changing ideas about medicine, details the origins of the pharmaceutical industry, the pressures for regulation of drug companies, and the emergence of the idea of a depressive disease. This historical and neurochemical analysis leads to a clear look at what antidepressants reveal about both the workings of the brain and the sociology of drug marketing.

    Most arresting is Healy's insight into the marketing of antidepressants and the medicalization of the neuroses. Demonstrating that pharmaceutical companies are as much in the business of selling psychiatric diagnoses as of selling psychotropic drugs, he raises disturbing questions about how much of medical science is governed by financial interest.
    Report your drug reactions,side effects and withdrawal reactions at Rxisk.org.


    Quote David Healy - Hearts and Minds: Psychotropic Drugs and Violence

    A talk by Prof David Healy from the Institute of Psychological Medicine and Clinical Neurosciences at Cardiff University. The talk was presented at the Cardiff University School of Psychology on 30th April 2013.



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    This video is very helpful in understanding HOW pharmaceutical research is able to manipulate the studies. This is the same issue in all medication trials (including those for vaccines) and NO WONDER we cannot trust the medical industrial complex offerings.

    Quote David Healy - Time to abandon evidence based medicine?

    A talk by Prof David Healy from the Institute of Psychological Medicine and Clinical Neurosciences at Cardiff University. The talk was presented at the Cardiff University School of Psychology on 26th November 2012.

    For more information please visit http://davidhealy.org/

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    Teachers recommended ritalin for my little boy in Pre Kindergarten! We are talking around 3-4 years old! I was so very appalled, for as far as I was concerned, he was as bright and delightful as could be, and so very interested and inquisitive about everything. I had never set a limit on where his interests took him, and let him digest as much as he wanted about various subjects. Apparently, though, he was seen as a problem in preschool for 3 and for 4 years olds, as he was going through a phase where he had to be first in everything. First in line, first to answer, first to blurt out. And one day he pushed a girl out of the way to be first, they told me. I was called in repeatedly to discuss disruptive behavior, and a psychiatrist and ritalin was advised.

    Anyway - no way I was going to poison that mind, so I outright refused. Instead, I simply worked harder for a few months to teach the fact that being first and best didn't matter. A couple times when he went tearing to the bus stop because he had to be first, I literally held him back, and made him be last in the line boarding the bus. I concentrated on toning him down.

    A year later, in kindergarten, I was yet again called in for a conference, and I approached it with some dread. What now? But to my surprise, this teacher greeted me with all smiles about the "good news" she had for me, and how impressed she was with my son. I even asked if she may possibly have me mixed up with a different mom. Apparently, she had chosen some children to be tested for the gifted program, and my son had scored extremely high. She also gave him full access to the library, instead of only the picture book section the rest of the class generally used. He was so happy, as he could bring home books about rocketry, chemistry, geology, etc. He was also given some extra, interesting, advanced classes.

    Of course he is grown now, does well, seems happy, and was able to attend Wharton on full scholarship eventually. I shudder to think what his life may have become if I had not fiercely protected that precious brain from embarking on the mind-altering path that so many parents acquiesce to due to pressure by the "experts".
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    Quote Suicide and Murder — Side Effects of Medication
    Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola
    October 05, 2019


    STORY AT-A-GLANCE
    1 in 6 Americans between the ages of 18 and 85 were on psychiatric drugs in 2013, most of them antidepressants. The highest rates of depression are reported among 18- to 25-year-olds. Suicide rates are at an all-time high as well, rising 31% between 2001 and 2017
    While antidepressants are routinely used as a first-line treatment for depression, studies show their effectiveness is on par with placebo, while serious side effects are often ignored or hidden
    Violence, including suicide and homicide, is a serious side effect of at least 25 different psychiatric drugs, some of which are now given to young children, toddlers and even babies
    The proportion of adults taking at least one drug where suicide is a potential side effect hit 23.5% as of 2013; 38.4% of American adults were in 2014 on one or more medications that can cause depression as a side effect
    Eli Lilly paid victims of Paxil-induced violence to shield damaging data about another drug that could have influenced the jury’s determination about Lilly’s responsibility in a 1989 mass-shooting
    According to a 2017 study,1 1 in 6 Americans between the ages of 18 and 85 were on psychiatric drugs in 2013, most of them antidepressants. Of them, 84.3% reported long-term use, and having filled three or more prescriptions during the study year.

    Despite such pervasive antidepressant use, we've not seen any improvement in depression rates. On the contrary, it just seems to be getting worse, and the highest rates of depression are now reported among 18- to 25-year-olds.2

    Suicide rates are at an all-time high as well. Statistics reveal suicide rates rose 31% between 2001 and 2017.3 In 2017, nearly 47,000 Americans committed suicide, making it the 10th most common cause of death that year.

    While antidepressants are routinely used as a first-line treatment for depression, evidence suggests they cause more problems than they solve. Several studies have shown their effectiveness is on par with placebo,4,5 and some of the worst side effects have long been ignored, or worse, hidden.

    Among them is the risk of violent acts against oneself and others. Research shows the proportion of adults taking at least one drug where suicide is a potential side effect hit 23.5% as of 2013, up from 17.3% in 2005,6,7 and 38.4% of American adults were in 2014 on one or more medications that can cause depression as a side effect.8,9,10,11,12

    Unfortunately, doctors are more likely to prescribe an antidepressant than do the detective work required to determine whether the depression might be caused by a drug you're on. Aside from antidepressants, some 200 different drugs have been identified as having depression as a side effect,13,14 including birth control pills and drugs for heartburn, allergies and pain.

    Psychiatric Medication and Violence
    Many studies have noted that psychiatric drugs can destabilize patients to the point of suicide or homicide. In a June 4, 2019, article,15 "The Depression Pill Epidemic," professor Peter C. Gøtzsche highlights some of his own research that showed antidepressants "double the occurrence of events that can lead to suicide and violence in healthy adult volunteers."

    Other research16 has shown antidepressants "increase aggression in children and adolescents by a factor of 2 to 3 — an important finding considering the many school shootings where the killers were on depression pills," Gøtzsche writes.17

    In 2017, Wendy Dolin was awarded $3 million by a jury in a lawsuit against GlaxoSmithKline, the maker of Paxil. Dolin's husband committed suicide six days after taking his first dose of a Paxil generic, and evidence brought forth in the case convincingly showed his suicide was the result of the drug, not emotional stress or mental illness.18

    In fact, according to Dolin's legal team, Baum Hedlund Aristei Goldman, GSK's own clinical placebo-controlled trials revealed subjects on Paxil had nearly nine times the risk of attempting or committing suicide than the placebo group.19

    An internal GSK analysis of its suicide data also showed that "patients taking Paxil were nearly seven times more likely to attempt suicide than those on placebo," Baum Hedlund Aristei Goldman reports, adding:20

    "Jurors in the Dolin trial also heard from psychiatrist David Healy, one of the world's foremost experts on Paxil and drugs in its class … Healy told the jurors that Paxil and drugs like it can create in some people a state of extreme 'emotional turmoil' and intense inner restlessness known as akathisia …

    'People have described it like a state worse than death. Death will be a blessed relief. I want to jump out of my skin,' Dr. Healy said. Healthy volunteer studies have found that akathisia can happen even to people with no psychiatric condition who take the drug …

    Another Paxil side effect known to increase the risk of suicide is emotional blunting … apathy or emotional indifference … [E]motional blunting, combined with akathisia, can lead to a mental state in which an individual has thoughts of harming themselves or others, but is 'numbed' to the consequences of their actions. Drugs in the Paxil class can also cause someone to 'go psychotic, become delirious,' Dr. Healy explained."

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    Eli Lilly Hid Prozac's Dangers
    Another antidepressant notorious for its adverse mental health effects is Prozac, made by Eli Lilly. A scientific and medical expert for over 100 plaintiffs suing Eli Lilly over violence and suicide in the early '90s was Dr. Peter Breggin. In his blog, Breggin talks about the first case brought before the court:21

    "Joseph Wesbecker was on Prozac in September 1989 when he walked into his workplace, a Louisville, KY printing plant, shot dead eight colleagues, wounded 12 others, and killed himself. Survivors and relatives of the dead took Lily to court in 1994. They claimed that Wesbecker's violence was due to Prozac."

    To this day, it was the worst mass shooting in Kentucky history. The Wesbecker case also turned out to be more dramatic than expected. So much so, Breggin wrote a book about it, "Medication Madness," published in 2008.

    His incentive for writing the book was the fact that it was later determined that the trial was rigged. Eli Lilly won the Wesbecker case. The jury decided Prozac was not at fault for the devastating loss of life. However, the judge later discovered Eli Lilly "had paid the plaintiffs to throw the trial by withholding damaging evidence," Breggin writes.22

    According to a September 12, 2019 article23 in the Louisville Courier Journal (a USA Today publication), the payoff amount in question was $20 million. Surprisingly, the damaging evidence plaintiffs agreed to withhold was not about Prozac but, rather, another Eli Lilly drug called Oraflex.

    However, the agreement between Eli Lilly and the plaintiffs in the case also resulted in many of the documents Breggin evaluated and testified about from ever being known outside the courtroom. (PDFs of the key documents are available on Breggin's blog24.)

    "After the trial, with its secret agreement between the plaintiffs and the drug company, the documents once held by plaintiffs' attorney Paul Smith could not be recovered by other attorneys or their experts. Their disappearance was so thorough that other attorneys in the consortium of combined Prozac suits … apparently did not know that they ever existed …

    I … continued to cite them as a medical expert in product liability lawsuits against Eli Lilly. However, the drug company has reached sealed settlements in every Prozac product liability case in which I have been an expert. In this manner the company has avoided making the documents public in a trial," Breggin explains.25

    BMJ Accuses Eli Lilly of Hiding the 'Smoking Gun'
    The vanished documents didn't become public knowledge until 2004, when they were anonymously sent to the BMJ, which published them along with an article. "Though criticizing the BMJ for saying that the company had in effect hidden the smoking guns, Eli Lilly never actually contested the allegations surrounding the documents," Breggin writes.26

    Just what did the vanished documents show? That Prozac significantly increased the risk of suicide. In a letter to the BMJ, Breggin authenticates the documents and explains their importance:27

    "The second group of documents is a 1985 in-house analysis by Eli Lilly in which the company found a large statistically significant increase in suicide attempts for patients taking Prozac during their placebo controlled clinical trials.

    Twelve suicide attempts were found in the Prozac group and only one each in the control group and the comparison drug, a tricyclic antidepressant. Even after the company winnowed out six of the suicide attempts, the remaining 6:1 ratio was alarming.

    Furthermore, Eli Lilly hid many of their Prozac-related suicide attempts under false categories (see ahead). Like the activation study, Eli Lilly withheld the suicide study and did not turn it over to the German regulatory agency or to the FDA.

    The third group of documents involves a study conducted by the FDA concerning increased spontaneous postmarketing reports of 'hostility' and 'intentional injury' on Prozac. The FDA used a comparison antidepressant, trazodone, as a control.

    The FDA found a relative increase of reports of hostility and intentional injury per prescription of Prozac compared to trazodone. The spike in Prozac reports occurred even before any public controversy surrounding Prozac and violence. After the Wesbecker trial, I repeatedly attempted to obtain the FDA study through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. The FDA finally told me that these documents were lost.

    The fourth group of documents includes in-house Eli Lilly memoranda showing that the company consciously hid Prozac-induced suicidal acts under misleading categories, such as 'no drug effect,' so that they remained undisclosed to the FDA. In one memo, an Eli Lilly employee expresses shame and regret about hiding this data."

    Prozac Victims Paid to Shield Damaging Data on Another Drug
    As for the $20 million payoff, that was, as mentioned, to prevent plaintiffs from bringing out damaging evidence about Oraflex — a different drug entirely. As explained by the Louisville Courier Journal:28

    "In exchange for the payment, the plaintiffs — eight estates and 11 survivors — agreed to withhold damaging evidence about the arthritis drug Oraflex that Lilly withdrew from the market.

    Lilly pleaded guilty to 25 criminal misdemeanor counts for failing to report adverse reactions that patients suffered from the drug, and the drug company feared that the Prozac jury would be more inclined to rule against the drugmaker if it learned of it. The plaintiffs agreed that if the jury found Lilly liable, they would not seek damages, nor would they appeal the verdict if they lost."

    The payoff was made without the knowledge of the judge, John Potter, and when he discovered it, Potter fought for the disclosure of the details of the agreement, including the amount. Louisville Courier Journal reports:29

    "Two of the victims recently told the Courier Journal that the payment totaled $20 million, worth about $41 million in today's dollars … The two victims told the Courier Journal they felt compelled to accept the money because they suffered egregious injuries that kept them from working again and they needed it to survive …

    Lilly publicly trashed Potter and his investigation and won an order from the Kentucky Court of Appeals blocking it. Potter appealed, and the state Supreme Court unanimously ruled in his favor in 1996, allowing him to press Lilly for details of the deal.

    'In this case, there was a serious lack of candor with the trial court, and there may have been deception, bad-faith conduct, abuse of the judicial process or perhaps even fraud,' the court said. 'We cannot tolerate even the possibility of such conduct.'

    Potter set a hearing at which he intended to require attorneys for both sides to testify under oath. Lilly accused him of conducting a vendetta, and he recused himself. The judge who inherited the case let the matter drop, and Potter's questions were never answered."

    The Tale of Eli Lilly and a Governor of Indiana
    As noted by Louisville Courier Journal30 in the years since the Wesbecker case, Eli Lilly has used the acquittal "to tout that Prozac had been proved a safe and effective antidepressant," which clearly was not the case if you're looking at science-based evidence.

    But the story doesn't end there. Mitch Daniels, who served as governor of Indiana from 2005 to 2013, was a top executive at Eli Lilly from 1993 until 2001. Once governor, he also brought several other senior Eli Lilly staffers into his administration.31

    At the time of the Wesbecker trial, he was the president of Eli Lilly's North American Pharmaceutical Operations, a position he held between 1993 and 1997.

    In 2005, then-governor Daniels rammed a mental health mandate through the Indiana legislature — Senate Enrolled Act 529, Indiana Code 20-19-532 — requiring all Indiana children up to the age of 22 to undergo mental health testing.

    The lawmakers didn't even know they'd voted for this mandate as it was pushed through on the last day of their "long" session. What's more, the writing of the plan wasn't even completed by the time it came up for vote.

    Opponents of the state-directed "Children's Social, Emotional and Behavioral Health Plan"33 such as Dr. Karen Effrem,34 argued the bill threatened parental autonomy with regard to the mental health care of their children, and would promote the use of "dangerous, ineffective psychiatric medication" as a result of misdiagnoses.

    A 2011 article35 by Public Integrity points out that Daniels' career at Eli Lilly was marked by thousands of lawsuits filed by injured patients and legal settlements in the billions of dollars.

    "In the decade that Daniels climbed the corporate ladder at Eli Lilly, the company was illegally marketing its leading osteoporosis drug, Evista, as well as its blockbuster antipsychotic, Zyprexa, putting tens of thousands of patients in harm's way.

    Lilly pleaded guilty to two criminal misdemeanors, paid more than $2.7 billion in fines and damages, settled more than 32,000 personal injury claims … Daniels became increasingly influential as he rose through the company's ranks in positions that involved polishing the drugmaker's image and then shaping its policies …

    Daniels was Lilly's president of North American operations in 1996 when the FDA approved Zyprexa. Within a year, he rose to senior vice president for corporate strategy and policy as the company aggressively — and illegally — marketed the drug."

    Public Integrity also points out that Daniels received "at least $80,000 from top Lilly executives in the 2004 and 2008 election cycles," and that the Eli Lilly political action committee donated $86,750 to Daniels' campaigns.

    In short, it would appear the former Eli Lilly executive cum governor used his newly acquired political clout to significantly increase the use of psychiatric drugs in children — a trend that has only gotten more indefensible with each passing year as other states have followed suit with similar mental health screening programs aimed at young children.

    In 2014, the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, a mental health watchdog group, highlighted data36 showing that in 2013, an astounding 274,000 babies under the age of 1 were given psychiatric drugs. Of these, 249,699 were on anti-anxiety meds like Xanax; 26,406 were on antidepressants such as Prozac or Paxil, 1,422 were on ADHD drugs such as Ritalin and Adderall, and 654 were on antipsychotics such as Risperdal and Zyprexa.

    In the toddler category (2- to 3-year-olds), 318,997 were on anti-anxiety drugs, 46,102 were on antidepressants, 10,000 were prescribed ADHD drugs and 3,760 were on antipsychotics. Among children aged 5 and younger, 1,080,168 were on psychiatric drugs. These are astounding statistics. How could children that young possibly be diagnosed with serious mental health issues requiring the use of such potent and dangerous drugs?

    The TeenScreen Debacle
    In 2005, Indiana also became the center of national attention when a lawsuit was filed against an Indiana school and mental health agency in connection to their use of TeenScreen — a mental health screening test developed at Columbia University and administered through school systems in at least 40 states — to "diagnose" mental illness in the schools' students.37

    The lawsuit was initiated by the parents of a student diagnosed with social anxiety disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder — all because she preferred to study than party, and liked to keep things clean.38

    A report39 on the dangers of TeenScreen was written by Effrem in 2014, detailing the test's exceptionally high rate of false diagnoses, and the devastating effects such a misdiagnosis can have.

    In one heart-wrenching case, a 13-year-old girl was removed from her parents and forcibly restrained and medicated with a dozen different drugs (some of which were not approved for her age group) for five months after the TeenScreen test "diagnosed" her as being at high risk for suicide.

    While the Indiana law is still on the books, TeenScreen closed down in 2012,40 but is now making a comeback — a trend Effrem warns against in a 2018 article41 in The National Pulse. In it, she points out that the dramatic increase in psychiatric drug use among children and teens with "less severe or no impairment" is a direct result of widespread use of TeenScreen and similar mental screening instruments that are misdiagnosing them with serious mental health problems.

    What's worse, it appears that universal mental health screening of children in schools could soon be getting a national push, as illustrated by a 2017 article in Health Research Science42 laying out a blueprint for implementing such a program. Citing the need for funds, policy changes and strategies to collect data on this, as well as general support for the testing, study authors said:

    "Universal mental health screening in the school setting is an important tool for gathering these data; however, the issues that are prompting the need for policy change are the same issues that make it difficult to implement these screening procedures.

    Therefore, funding for studies such as we describe … plays an important role in achieving greater advocacy for meaningful school behavioral health policy change by providing a means to gather universal screening data."

    In other words, the only things keeping school-based mental health testing from being implemented nationwide are funding and support on the part of schools and staffs to pull it off. Unfortunately, if universal testing is implemented, it may very well take them right back to the problems Indiana had when they tried it: diagnoses resulting in incorrect or unnecessary treatment.

    While depression and other mental health problems need to be diagnosed and taken seriously, psychiatric drugs should be the option of last resort, not the first. Again, one very serious side effect associated with at least 25 different psychiatric drugs is violence.

    The 2014 U.S. Senate report,43 "A Review of How Prescribed Psychiatric Medications Could be Driving Members of the Armed Forces and Vets to Acts of Violence & Suicide" by Citizens Commission on Human Rights International, drives home the clear danger posed by these drugs. The report notes, in part:

    "There are 22 international drug-regulatory agency warnings about these medications causing violent behavior, mania, psychosis and homicidal ideation. There are almost 50 international drug-regulatory agency warnings about psychiatric drugs causing suicidal ideation …

    Prescriptions written for antipsychotic drugs for active-duty troops increased 1,083 percent from 2005 to 2011 … A total of 841 Service members had one or more attempted suicides reported … for CY 2012 …

    Potentially up to 50 percent of those committing suicide had at some point taken psychiatric drugs and up to nearly 46 percent had taken them within 90 days."

    If you, your child, or another family member is on a psychiatric drug, I urge you to educate yourself about the true risks, and to consider switching to safer alternatives. You can learn more about the diagnosis and treatment of depression and anxiety in the following articles: "How Exercise Treats Depression," "Alternative Treatments Effective for Depression," "Anxiety May Be an Inherited Trait" and "Anxiety Overtakes Depression as No. 1 Mental Health Problem."

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