Thursday, February 21, 2013

Tragic Suicide of a Talented Country Singer Mindy McCready

Back in September of 2005 country singer Mindy McCready was hospitalized after overdosing on antidepressants after an argument with a family member.
According to a Nashville police report, McCready became angry and took about 30 antidepressant pills. Now it has been reported she committed suicide from a gunshot. The USAtoday reporter Liz Szabo has highlighted her death and the role of guns in suicide. Reporters love to talk about guns and violence but they never ever refer to the connection of antidepressants and suicide. Although, thoughts of suicide is on the label and part of the Bigpharma’s diclosure that their drugs can increase suicide. The truth is Psychiatry kills and their weapon has been psychotropic drugs. Their cover has been the media.

Mindy McCready’s death is a total tragedy as has the overuse of psychotropic drugs in the US and the world. In virtually all the mass school and mall shootings the gunman has been on some kind of psychotropic drug, but the government and media always says it is the gun that did the killing. It is never the pharmaceutical chemical that was the elixir that depressed the person so much to commit suicide.

Mindy McCready should be remembered for her fantastic talent and contribution the country music. It is unfortunate she was unable to control her depression. She left some uplifting music for others.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Was Ex-LAPD Cop Christopher Dorner On Antidepressants?

The EX-LAPD suspect who is suspected in killing four people the past two weeks including two police officers indicated that he was very depressed. He broadcast this in his manifesto to Law Enforcement which has been widely distributed in the media. If he was depressed and saw a medical doctor or psychiatrist then it is odds on he was given an SSRI antidepressant like Prozac, Paxil, Effexor or some similar psychotropic drug.

It is widely known that antidepressant can and will cause further depression and if a patient withdraws quickly off these drugs then the withdrawal alone can cause violent behavior. You can read the book Prozac Backlash by Joseph Glenmullen. These violent withdrawal effects and side effects are well known. You can also read books by Dr. David Healy or Dr. Peter Breggin. It has been noted that the Columbine School massacre killers were on Luvox, and a side effect is grandiose ideas of destruction, which those killers had. Not sure if Christopher Dorner was on an antidepressant or not, but he certainly indicated he was depressed. Unfortunately, the medical profession and especially the psychiatric profession adores antidepressants and ignores their side effects. It seems very likely he was on some kind of pharmaceutical drug.

We may never know if he was on any of these antidepressants, as there will likely not be a trial if he is indeed deceased. They may never do a toxicology report and may not be able to, but his medical history should be known. It certainly helps the public's protection to know if antidepressants may have been a cause for this mans violent outburst. We are sure they will talk about the guns, and guns are topic one in the US currently.

How many have to die before the side effects of antidepressants are topic one?

Friday, February 8, 2013

ADHD Diagnoses Up 25% the Past Decade. Our Opinion is ADHD is Fraud Science

The rates of childhood attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) diagnosis has increased by nearly 25% over the past decade, researchers found. White and Black patients were more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD and with income of $70,000/year or more.
Note these points above the affluent are diagnosed with ADHD, because they can afford to pay for the BigPharma Drugs?

The study was done by Kaiser Permanente in Southern California and it entailed diagnosis from 2001 to 2010. Whites were the most likely to be diagnosed. These doctors say it is the most common and has reached epidemic proportions? Can you believe these doctors say ADHD is epidemic? Of course they are the hospital doing the diagnosis. There is a book from Dr. Fred Baughman called ADHD Fraud which any parent given this “epidemic” diagnosis should read if their child is given this disorder.
If you’re a parent look out they indicate the medium age is 8 to 9 and most likely male getting diagnosed, or if they are African American then over 10 years they are getting the ADHD tag.
Our Opinion is this is Fraud Science and there is no measure for ADHD. Here is an excerpt from AMA council on Scientific affairs: With no proof that ADHD is a disease with a confirmatory, physical abnormality, the ADHD “epidemic,” has grown from 150,000 in 1970, to five million in 1997. According to the Drug Enforcement Administration, Ritalin production, in the US, rose 700%, between 1990 and 1997 and, the AMA, Council on Scientific Affairs has seen fit to conclude: “…there is little evidence of widespread over diagnosis or misdiagnosis of ADHD or of widespread over prescription of methylphenidate”(Goldman, et al. 1998). So a 700% increase in Ritalin prescriptions is not a sign of over diagnosis? Are you kidding? It is clear to us and needs to be clear to parents that this epidemic is a BigPharms scam.

Friday, February 1, 2013


Sun News
Teen who blames Prozac for his fatal stabbing of friend suing doctors
January 13th, 2013
WINNIPEG — A Manitoba teen who blames the antidepressant Prozac for causing him to fatally stab his friend is suing three doctors who treated him in the months before the killing, claiming they should pay up if his victim’s kin win a lawsuit against him and members of his family.
In what appears to be a Manitoba first, the now-19-year-old has launched a third-party claim for financial damages against two psychiatrists and a physician who he says treated him at various points between June-September 2009.
“The killing would not have happened if: Dr. David Miller had not prescribed Prozac; Dr. Robert Steinberg had cancelled the Prozac prescription (and if) Dr. Keith Jenkins had not increased the Prozac prescription,” the killer alleges in recently filed court documents.
The claim effectively asks the Court of Queen’s Bench to transfer any financial liability for Seth Ottenbreit’s death the killer may be found to have onto the three doctors.
Ottenbreit’s mother, Donna Noble, is in the midst of suing the killer, his parents and a grandparent.
The killer also seeks unspecified “special damages” from the physicians to foot the bill for his legal fees stemming from his high-profile criminal case.
The man pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and was sentenced as a youth to seven years of custody and conditional supervision in November 2001 for the fatal knifing of Ottenbreit, 15, in West St. Paul on Sept. 20, 2009.
Court heard Ottenbreit was stabbed after he damaged a piece of hardwood floor at the killer’s parents’ home. The two were sitting in the garage talking when the accused reached under a blanket, pulled out a knife, and stabbed Ottenbreit in the abdomen.
A U.S. psychiatrist hired by the defence to offer expert evidence told court giving the then-teen Prozac and ignoring the signs it was only worsening his situation was “a prescription for violence” which drove him into a “state of severe agitation.”
Some studies have linked the drug to emotional and behavioural disturbances in children. Health Canada does not recommend prescribing the drug to children or youths under age 18.
Provincial Court Judge Robert Heinrichs ruled the drug “clearly affected (the youth) in an alarming way.” While in custody, he stopped taking Prozac and was deemed not to be a public danger any longer, the judge said.
The killer’s claim against his doctors outlines how he started taking Prozac by prescription on June 24, 2009, and describes warning signs the medical system allegedly missed or ignored prior to the killing.
All three doctors named in the lawsuit are accused of negligence. They have not filed statements of defence and the allegations against them have not been proven. The killer’s civil lawyer, Gene Zazelenchuk, could not be reached Friday for comment.