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Sandy Hook Shootings—Call to Release Lanza's psychiatric drug history

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Published on Sep 23, 2013

watch the full hearing HERE http://ct-n.com/ctnplayer.asp?odID=9336
Despite a formal request from AbleChild, a Parent's Rights organization, citing numerous state and federal laws supporting the release of Adam Lanza's toxicology results and medical records, Connecticut Medical Examiner, H. Wayne Carver, M.D., arbitrarily denied the request. The request is not without merit—31 school related acts of violence including school shootings have been committed by individuals under the influence of, or in withdrawal from psychiatric drugs documented by 22 international drug regulatory agency warnings to cause violent reactions.
The M.E.'s decision to withhold the information is at odds with Connecticut law, the State's Constitution, federal law and the United States Constitution. In response, AbleChild has filed an appeal with the State's Freedom of Information Commission (FOIC) for the release of the records and, if necessary, is prepared to take the case to the U.S. Supreme Court.

While state and federal legislators are pouring hundreds-of-millions of dollars into increased mental health treatment for school-age children, the question that has yet to be answered is what drove the alleged shooter, Adam Lanza, to become a killer. And, more to the point, one which can only be answered by the M.E., is whether Lanza, yet another in a long line of school shooters, was under the influence of psychiatric drugs.

This is not an unimportant question given the history of the numerous adverse effects associated with prescription psychiatric drugs and which, is well-documented by international drug regulatory agencies reporting that prescription psychiatric drugs can cause violent, aggressive, psychotic, suicidal and even homicidal behavior.
For more information: http://ablechild.org/category/press/

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