MUST WATCH!! Conn. Asst. Att. General: Why No Release of Medical Records in Sandy Hook Shooting

Adams Prozac Eyes

The “Prozac Eyes” of Adam Lanza, Sandy Hook School Shooting

Absolutely perfect Paul Pezzack!!! You have done it again!!! Nobody does it better or says it better than you have done here in pointing out this perfect example of Adam Lanza’s “Prozac Eyes”!!!

When you look at the next picture of Adam posted below at the age of about 12-13 he is a normal looking happy boy, but even in this picture his eyes are beginning to give away the signs of the presence of the antidepressant that will over the next few years rob Adam of both his physical and mental health. It can clearly be seen in the later photos like the one you have posted here where those results are obvious as he slowly begins to appear to be a totally different person. The eyes and overall general appearance demonstrate the toll taken over the years by these drugs! Call an endocrinologist and ask how long the body/brain can survive a doubling of cortisol on a daily basis – exactly what studies demonstrate to be the effect of one 30mg dose of Prozac, whose mode of action is little different than any other SSRI antidepressant.

When research demonstrates that 64% of those with Autistic Spectrum Disorders are given antidepressants and approximately 97% of school violence has been committed by someone on antidepressants, the Prozac eyes only confirm what the evidence already indicates is more than highly probable.

Adam Lanza

People need to understand that when Adam Lanza killed his mother any record of what medication Adam was currently taking, other than the data contained within his medical records, most likely died with her. It has already been established in media reports that she shared little about Adam’s health or the treatment he was receiving with anyone else.

And now we have a man who is suppose to be the Assistant Attorney General for the State of Connecticut but can barely speak any English telling us the public has no legitimate need to know what is in Adam Lanza’s medical records. After listening to his statement in the video below it becomes all too clear that these officials KNOW and are intentionally hiding the fact that Adam was on an antidepressant just as approximately 97% of all the other school shooters have been (http://www.drugawareness.org/ssri-nightmares/school-shootings/). Why else are they saying that they do not want to disclose this information and it is not important for the public to be made aware of this because then they may decide after learning that information to come off their antidepressant?!!! So if there are no antidepressants sir, why not at least let us know that?

So they must assume they have not brainwashed the public enough yet about antidepressants and the patients just might put 2 and 2 together on their own and decide that being on an antidepressant s is not such a good idea? Granted the FDA has warned that any abrupt change in dose of an antidepressant can cause suicide, hostility or psychosis, but as long as those patients learn how to come off their antidepressants safely there should be no problem with that. And they can get detailed info on safe withdrawal here: (http://store.drugawareness.org/?wpsc-product=help-i-cant-get-off-my-antidepressant-mp3-download)

So my question is … are they also going to refuse to tell us what happens if we stand in front of a speeding locomotive because we might choose not to stand in front of a speeding locomotive? Hmmm…what am I missing?!! I will stand with Judge John Potter on this issue Mr. Assistant Attorney General. As presiding judge over the Joseph Wesbecker case, where eight died in a Prozac-induced murder/suicide in Louisville, KY, Judge Potter spent two years investigating the verdict in that case. His reason? He believed Eli Lilly, makers of Prozac, had secretly settled with the families of the victims to get them to stop presenting evidence so that they could get a not guilty verdict and voice publicly that Prozac was not the cause of this tragedy, which they did. Two years later it was exposed by Judge Potter as an actual paid settlement amounting to at least tens of millions of dollars. He said his reason for doing this was because knowing Prozac was to blame for those eight deaths is a public safety issue that this information needed be made available publicly.

I will tell you that in 25 years of fighting this battle for the truth about antidepressants I have NEVER before seen a more blatant  assumption of total ignorance on the part of the general public than this ridiculous statement out of the Connecticut Attorney General’s Office! Let it go on record that I am offended Mr. Assistant Attorney General and so should every American on the planet be offended, not to mention the slap in the face this is to all the loved ones of those who lost their lives that day! I thank you for making this cover-up of the truth so strikingly obvious to us all!

About this issue of Adam Lanza’s medical records I say, “Your excuse reeks to high heaven of drug company kickbacks to the state of Connecticut! Are they going to build a few manufacturing plants there to increase your job opportunities? Or are there going to be big donations to your campaigns in the upcoming elections there in Connecticut? Just where is that payoff? They have so many ways to line those pockets, don’t they sir? After all it was only 20 little children who lost their lives (and they couldn’t vote anyway, right?) and only six adults. Win a few, lose a few, huh? You still have plenty more citizens to pay taxes. So, no skin off your nose? Sure we understand. You just really need a way to get guns out of the hands of the public who rarely used them BEFORE antidepressants (which just happen to have both suicidal and homicidal ideation listed as side effects) hit the market and  Sandy Hook just happened to be a great opportunity. Is that it? With this new Obama Executive order on gun control signed January 3 it seems quite clear. You must show that “mental illness” was the cause of this tragedy rather than the drugs, otherwise you have no valid reason to take guns do you counselor?”

Whatever you do … DO NOT miss the following video of the meeting with the Connecticut Assistant Attorney General including his statement in the video below! Then read the evidence which the Attorney General’s office is ignoring on the antidepressant connection to school shootings below the video and share this information with all you know!

http://www.disclose.tv/action/viewvideo/152884/State_of_Connecticut_Refuses_to_Release_Adam_Lanzas_Medical_Records/

Connecticut Meeting

A blind Nigerian lawyer serving as Assistant Attorney General for the State of Connecticut, Patrick Kwanashie  

gives decision on the question of release of Sandy Hook School Shooter Adam Lanza’s medical records:

“No matter how the outcome of the use of antidepressants, or the causal link between the use of antidepressants and kind of violence that took place in Newtown, that’s not a legitimate use of information, that information. You can’t generalize just from one case. Even if you can conclusively establish that Adam Lanza – his murderous actions – were caused by antidepressants. You can’t logically from that conclude that, you know, others would commit the same actions as a result of taking antidepressants. So it’s simply not legitimate, and not only is it not the use to which they are proposing to put the information, not legitimate. It is harmful, because then you can cause a lot of people to stop taking their medications; stop co-operating with their treating physicians. Just because of the heinousness of what Adam Lanza did.”

…Patrick Kwanashie, Assistant Attorney General, Connecticut

I heard that same argument from the attorneys at Oprah when I presented the list of mothers who had killed their children I had investigated in the early and mid 90’s. But about 90% of those moms were taking antidepressants. Now I would prefer, as I believe most would, to know about that common denominator in the cases whether we have yet determined a causal link or not. No matter the common denominator, especially when that common denominator is known to change behavior, I would want to know and so would any good law enforcement investigator.

1998 Connecticut Lottery Shooting Leaves Five Dead (Luvox)

Perhaps Mr. Kwanashie should consider the only other mass murder/suicide like this in the state of Connecticut referred to in news reports at the time of the Sandy Hook shooting. That is the case in Newington, Connecticut of lottery worker, Matthew Beck, 35, who in early morning, in March of 1998, chased co-workers through the lottery offices gunning down four of them before shooting himself. Matthew had worked in this position for eight years and had just returned from medical leave for stress. He was taking the same antidepressant that Eric Harris was taking when he shot his classmates at Columbine, Luvox. His parents made this information available to me and they have continued to follow our work at the International Coalition for Drug Awareness ever since then knowing full well the antidepressant was the cause of their son’s actions.

Not Guilty Due To Prozac/Adderall-Induced Psychosis 

Next Mr. Kwanashie should check for any precedent setting cases in the state of Connecticut where he would find the case of a Stamford, Connecticut attorney, Eric Witlin, who was found not guilty after shooting at a motorist twice and then breaking into his ex-wife’s home with a gun in hand. In that case Senior Assistant State’s Attorney James Bernardi said Witlin’s mental state of psychosis on the night of the incident was uncontested, since both psychiatrists, defense as well as prosecution, agreed. What they both testified to was that Witlin’s actions stemmed from a psychotic episode brought on by Adderall, prescribed for attention deficit, and the antidepressant Prozac.

So it would appear that the courts in Connecticut have already determined that there is a causal connection between antidepressants and homicidal actions Mr. Kwanashie and they felt that information “legitimate” enough to issue a not-guilty verdict based upon the conclusion that Mr. Witlin’s actions were caused by the use of those medications.

Sandy Hook was a murder case and in a murder case toxicology is always a critical piece of the puzzle! Unless, as I mentioned above, you are withholding that information for Obama to issue the executive order he issued on January 3, 2014 designed to limit the second amendment to restrict guns from those who are the so called “mentally ill” – I say so called mentally ill because when it is medication-induced it is a temporary psychotic break that dissipates when the drug flushes from the system, not a valid mental illness.

Additional Critical Information on School Shootings

Prophetic statement to me by a pharmacist on school shootings in 1999:

“The symptoms I see in patients who abuse serotonergic drugs of any form…could aptly be described as the “Hitler syndrome” (over confidence in ones own policies or decisions, no fear of consequences, criminal behavior, death of people close to the abuser as the preferred method of solving problems in the abusers life, coldness and lack of humanity). I feel that in twenty years or less we will be confronted not with one Hitler but with thousands or millions… numbers so great that we will be forced to interact with their distorted thinking on a daily basis. (Littleton, CO., Riverton, KS., Jonesboro, AR., eventually little Hitlers in every town in America will grow up into BIG HITLERS) It is happening right now.

“The most insidious factor about long-term serotonin abuse is that it enhances the individuals persona to the point that they are able to manipulate others into their way of thinking just as Hitler did. This causes the distorted thinking, abnormal behavior, and loss of morality to spread like a contagion to otherwise normal people who have not even been exposed to the drugs. Those on the drugs are converted by the pharmacologic/physiologic processes into sociopathic demagogues.

“Do you have any comments on these thoughts, Ann? Please respond. Tell me we are not the only ones who see what is happening to our world!” (From Prozac: Panacea or Pandora? – Our Serotonin Nightmare)

The only school shooter to ever speak out: “Why I Took A Gun To School” http://www.drugawareness.org/recentcasesblog/why-i-took-a-gun-to-school-1

Ann Blake Tracy, Executive Director,
International Coalition for Drug Awareness
www.drugawareness.org & http://ssristories.drugawareness.org
Author: ”Prozac: Panacea or Pandora? – Our Serotonin Nightmare – The Complete Truth of the Full Impact of Antidepressants Upon Us & Our World” & Withdrawal CD “Help! I Can’t Get Off My Antidepressant!”

WITHDRAWAL WARNING: In sharing this information about adverse reactions to antidepressants I always recommend that you also give reference to my CD on safe withdrawal, Help! I Can’t Get Off My Antidepressant!, so that we do not have more people dropping off these drugs too quickly – a move which I have warned from the beginning can be even more dangerous than staying on the drugs!

The FDA also now warns that any abrupt change in dose of an antidepressant can produce suicide, hostility or psychosis. These reactions can either come on very rapidly or even be delayed for months depending upon the adverse effects upon sleep patterns when the withdrawal is rapid! You can find the hour and a half long CD on safe and effective withdrawal helps here: http://store.drugawareness.org/

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ANTIDEPRESSANTS: Doctor Murders his 9 Year Old Son: Oklahoma

Last thee paragraphs read:  “He wrote he continued
psychotherapy until his graduation from medical school in June 1988.”

“He told the board in 1996 that he was hospitalized again for three days
in 1995 for acute depression.”

” ‘I suffered this as a
result of all of the stress in my busy practice of internal medicine and all the
demands in making the final arrangements for my marriage,’  Wolf wrote in a
letter to the board. ‘I returned to work after my hospitalization on
adjusted dosages of
antidepressants
‘.”

Paragraph 19 reads:  “Wolf was seeing
a psychiatrist this year before the attack and was on medication,

The Oklahoman has learned. His mental issues
date back to his first year of medical school in 1984 when he was hospitalized
for major depression, his medical records show.”

http://www.newsok.com/affidavit-calls-detail-brutal-death-of-nichols-hills-boy-9/article/3418357?custom_click=masthead_topten

Affidavit, calls detail brutal death of Nichols Hills boy, 9
Doctor,
arrested in son’s stabbing, battled mental problems, records show

BY NOLAN CLAY
Published: November 18,
2009

NICHOLS
HILLS
­ A doctor who has battled mental issues for years said his son

was the devil as he stabbed the boy to death Monday morning at their home,
according to a police affidavit and a 911 recording.
[]
Stephen
Paul Wolf The 51-yearold is being held in the Oklahoma County jail on a murder
complaint.

What the affidavit states …
Here is a description
from a police affidavit of events Monday morning when police officer Michael
Puckett arrived at Dr. Stephen P. Wolf’s Nichols Hills home:

The officer
was dispatched at 3:52 a.m. Monday to the house of a neighbor who called police
after Mary Wolf banged on the neighbor’s front door. The officer heard screaming
from Wolf’s house and met Mary Wolf at the open front door. She told the
officer, “He’s killing my son. He’s killing my son.”

The officer drew

his gun and went through the house, finding the doctor on his knees “wrestling
with something up against a cabinet door and a dishwasher.”

The officer
ordered Wolf to put his hands up. “At that time Mr. Wolf raised his hands to
about head level and looked back at Officer Puckett and said, ‘He’s got the
devil in him and you know it’ several times.”

The officer ordered Wolf,
who was covered in blood, to get on his stomach. Wolf complied. The officer then
saw the victim, Tommy, with a knife in his head and a knife in his chest.

“Mr. Wolf again started saying, ‘You know he’s got the devil in him’
several times over.”

The boy then began to convulse and “Mr. Wolf leapt
up off the floor and said, ‘He’s not dead’ and tried (to) grab a knife from the
body to continue the assault.” The police officer pulled Wolf by the neck and
shirt and Wolf fell and dropped a knife.

The officer kicked Wolf in the
head as Wolf tried to reach for the knife and punched him in the jaw when Wolf
tried to reach for the knife again. The officer then was able to toss the knife
away.

Another officer arrived and handcuffed the doctor.

Slain boy remembered
Tommy Wolf, 9, was remembered Tuesday as
a sweet boy.

“He was always creative and feisty,” said Kristin Moyer,
26, of Oklahoma City, who was a counselor at an after-school program at Casady
School when Tommy was a student in 2006.

“He was a little feisty kid,
but he wasn’t bad. Just a typical boy. He loved having fun with the rest of his

friends,” she said.

“He was a real sweet kid. He did have his share of
timeouts, just like the rest of them. But I really enjoyed him.”

Others
who knew the boy made similar comments online at NewsOK.com.

“I knew
Tommy through Cub Scouts,” wrote Cheldrea Mollett of Oklahoma City. “He was a
lovely, sweet and wonderful boy. God has him now, and he is at peace.”

NewsOK Related Articles

Stephen
Paul Wolf
, 51, is in the Oklahoma
County
jail on a murder complaint. His son, Tommy, was 9.

Wolf was
seeing a psychiatrist this year before the attack and was on medication, The
Oklahoman
has learned. His mental issues date back to his first year of
medical school in 1984 when he was hospitalized for major depression, his

medical records show.

He repeatedly told the police officer who broke up
the attack on his son, “He’s got the devil in him and you know it,” according to
the police arrest affidavit.

His wife, Mary
Wolf
, was making a 911 call during the attack. Police officer Michael
Puckett
can be heard on the recording telling the doctor, “Put your hands
behind your ——- back now!”

The doctor can be heard saying, “Mary,
he’s the devil.” Mary Wolf replies, “He’s not the devil.” She then says,
“Tommy.”

The doctor tried to stab his son again when the boy began
convulsing, even though the officer had his gun drawn, police reported. The
officer pulled the doctor away and then had to kick and strike the doctor in the
head to keep the doctor from getting a knife again.

The doctor attacked

his son in the kitchen of their $500,000 house at 1715 Elmhurst Ave., police
reported.

Wolf ­ covered in blood ­ was on top of his son when
the officer arrived shortly before 4 a.m. Monday, police reported. The victim
had “a knife lodged in the left upper section of his head and a knife stuck in
the upper right part of the chest,” police reported. The boy died at the home.
Mary Wolf was treated for cuts on her hands and face.

A neighbor, Douglas
Woodson
, told police the doctor “was under review at his hospital for anger
issues,” police reported in the affidavit. The neighbor also told police the

doctor “was supposed to go to a rehab facility for the anger plus drug and
alcohol abuse.”

Tommy was in the third grade at Christ the King
Catholic School
. His funeral is tentatively planned for Friday.

History of depression
The doctor specialized in internal medicine. St.
Anthony Hospital
said arrangements have been made with other doctors to
provide medical care to his patients.

The doctor’s attorney, Mack
Martin
, declined comment.

The doctor in 1991 told the medical
licensure board that he began psychotherapy when he was hospitalized for
depression during his first year of medical school at the University
of Oklahoma
. He said he took a year off from medical school.

“Through continuing psychotherapy unresolved conflicts from my early
childhood and adolescence were discovered,” he wrote in 1991. “I grieved for my
father for the first time. He died in an airplane crash three weeks before my
third birthday in 1961. I experienced the pain and loss of failed relationships
in high school. I felt anger toward my mother and stepfather because of problems
in our relationship.”

He wrote he continued psychotherapy until his
graduation from medical school in June 1988.

He told the board in 1996
that he was hospitalized again for three days in 1995 for acute depression.

“I suffered this as a result of all of the stress in my busy practice of
internal medicine and all the demands in making the final arrangements for my
marriage,” Wolf wrote in a letter to the board. “I returned to work after my
hospitalization on adjusted dosages of antidepressants.”

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12 drugs in 4 years caused near fatal effects

“Within 4 days of starting Paxil I was experiencing racing thoughts and was extremely suicidal.”

So that some of this makes sense, at the age of 7, I was hospitalized with an unknown virus that attacked my major organs. Although I recovered quite well given the severity of the illness, I was left with minor liver damage and it was noted in my medical records that I was very medication sensitive. I repeatedly told each psychiatrist I saw about the liver damage.

In 1999 at the age of 14 I was admitted to aN adolescent psychiatric unit for depression and suicidal ideation. One day later I was prescribed the antidepressant Prozac and addictive anti-anxiety drug Klonopin by a psychiatrist who I’d never even met. After my first dose of both drugs and for the next few weeks I felt like I was drunk, I could barely walk and was unable to stay awake. I was kept on these drugs for 3 months, in that time I began to self-injure and was kicked out of public high school because of repeatedly falling asleep in class, until I complained to my psychiatrist of severe memory loss, he had me quit both cold turkey and begin Paxil.

Within 4 days of starting Paxil I was experiencing racing thoughts and was extremely suicidal. When my psychiatrist found this out he quickly diagnosed me as bipolar and put me on Tegretol and Risperdal. I was pulled off the Tegretol 2 weeks later due to extreme dizziness. I was told that Risperdal was aN antidepressant and at that time I was one extremely physically ill 15 year old kid and in no position to question my doctor.

After 2 months of continual nightmares caused by Risperdal I began to experience a horrible (for anyone yet alone a teenager) side effect, my body started to act like I was pregnant! My period stopped and I began to lactate. I was taken off the Risperdal and given Effexor, which made me suffer from severe insomnia and agitation and was given Trazadone to help me sleep. At this time my psychiatrist was moving out of state and my mom chose a new one for me, neither she nor I knew he specialized in ADHD. I was then given Ritalin and told my anxiety and drug induced agitation was actually a sign of ADHD.

I took only one pill of Ritalin and spend the rest of the day curled in a ball on my bed unable to move because of extreme stomach pain. When my psychiatrist found out I’d only taken that one dose he admonished me for not giving it time to work and gave me a prescription for Dipresamine. I had a severe allergic reaction, my arms and legs were covered in a rash which then turned into hives and I started having trouble breathing. My mom called the psychiatrist. After a 4 hour wait he returned the call and began to yell at my mom for calling and bothering him, he finally told her to not give me any more Dipresamine and he’d phone the pharmacy with a prescription for Zoloft.

After I recovered from the reaction I started the Zoloft, within an hour of taking it began to throw up and continued to for a few hours, this repeated with each dose of Zoloft I took and I stopped taking it after a week. At this time a therapist I was seeing recommended a certain psychiatrist for me to see. I met with him and he prescribed Depakote. I told him I wouldn’t take medicines that required blood tests and he assured me I didn’t need them on Depakote (I now know that isn’t true).

After 3 weeks I felt like a zombie and began having hallucinations, hand tremors, and had gained a lot of weight. I asked the psychiatrist if Depakote could be causing it all and he told me absolutely not. He went on to say what I was obviously developing schizophrenia and gave me a prescription for Risperdal (yes, he did know of my previous bad reaction) which I never took.

A few days later my cousin who is a nurse’s assistant came to have dinner with me and my parents. We started talking and I told her about the weird problems and the hallucinations. When she’d heard everything, her exact words were “I’m taking you to the emergency room, NOW!” She took me to the hospital that she worked at and had a doctor she knew in the ER examine me. He ordered the first ever lab tests done on me, and told me that my liver enzymes were high and I had a dangerous level of Depakote in my body, and that if I continued to take the Depakote I would likely go into liver failure within a few weeks.

After being told to go to my regular doctor in a few weeks to have liver enzymes checked again, and to return immediately if I got worse, I was sent home and promptly threw the rest of the Depakote in the trash. It took over 3 months for the hallucinations, weight gain, and hand tremors to go away. My liver enzymes went down, but they never returned to what they had been before I’d taken the Depakote. I’ve been told that my liver functions at about 70% of what a healthy liver does, a large part of that damage is from the Depakote.

I’d like to say that was the end of my experience with psychiatric drugs, but I hadn’t quite learned my lesson. Recently another therapist insisted I see a psychiatrist, who gave me Buspar. Buspar is advertised as the only nonaddicting anti-anxiety drug. After taking it for 11 days I felt dulled and slowed so I stopped taking it. I suffered through 3 days of withdrawals including headaches, dizziness, lose of coordination, insomnia, and severe muscle aches. Now, I’ve learned my lesson!

I was told I had ever disorder imaginable, including schizophrenia, and that my future was long term hospitalization. I proved them wrong. I entered an alternative program funded by the public school district where we were considered to be public school students but attended class at a separate location from the public high school. In May 2003, I graduated with a 3.97 GPA, the highest in the alternative program, had a class rank of 13 out of 350 students at the public high school, and was chosen to give a speech at my graduation ceremony.

In August I’m starting college at a small liberal arts college in the Midwest and planning to become a special education teacher for children with behavior disorders.

Bani
bani@busmail.org

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