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School Attack Linked to ADHD Meds

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In the year 2000 a Bill was introduced in New York that read as follows ”

There is a large body of scientific research establishing a connection between violence and suicide and the use of psychotropic drugs in some cases. This research, which has been published in peer reviewed publications such as the American Journal of Psychiatry, The Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and The Journal of Forensic Science, has shown, among other things, that: certain drugs can induce mania (a psychosis which can produce bizarre, grandiose and highly elaborated destructive plans, including mass murder);. . .and certain drugs can produce an acute psychotic reaction in an individual not previously psychotic.”


It is not new news!  In 2014 the loss, the horror and deaths that have occurred at the hands of those who were on psychiatric drugs, is unspeakable.

Suspect in School Attack Once Turned to Victim for Help, Friends Say

Chris Plakson, 16, is accused of fatally stabbing classmate Maren Sanchez in the hallway of a Connecticut school.


“Those who were closer to him suspected he was still struggling with mental illness, said Tyler Curtin, 16, who counted Mr. Plaskon among his best friends early on in high school. They knew he took medication for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and he told a friend last year that he once had been about to kill himself. He continued to come to class with cuts, friends said.”



Psychiatric Drugs carry FDA warnings of homicidal ideation and the majority of mass-killings were done by individuals who had taken these drugs.


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