10/01/1999 – Doctor: Link Between Medicines, Killing

Recent article in the Smithville Review regarding Robert Kirkwood’s
tragic experience with anti-depressants.

Two area cases involved anti-depressants
By DENNIS STANLEY, THE SMITHVILLE REVIEW
(Editor’s Note: This is the second of a two-part series.)

http://smithvillereview.edge.net/index.ez?Form.sess_id=8934&Form.sess_key=938122849&viewStory=483

In October, 1993 Wilma J. Adcock of the Antioch Community shot her
nine- and 15- year-old sons in the chest twice with a .357 revolver and
then turned the gun on herself.

In July this year, Rosemarie Kirkwood of Lebanon drove to a scenic
overlook above Center Hill Lake in DeKalb County and shot her two young
children and then shot herself.

Is there a connection? Ann Blake-Tracy, Director of the
International Coalition For Drug Awareness, thinks there’s a definite
connection — anti-depressant medication.

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09/18/1999 – Robert Kirkwood, ICFDA Director, Speaks Out

Mr. Robert Kirkwood of Lebanon, Tennessee, lost his family to
antidepressants. He now serves as an area director in Tennesse, and
only weeks after his loss, he is courageously trying to educate others
to the dangers these drugs pose. This article appeared recently in the
Smithville Review. It’s entitled–

Grieving father warns of drug dangers: Wife, mother who took lives of
their two young children was under treatment.

http://smithvillereview.edge.net/index.ez?viewStory=474

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