ANTIDEPRESSANTS & PAINKILLERS: Soldier Dies in his Sleep: Virginia

For years after
the parachute accident that ended his Army service, Cody Openshaw spiraled
downward.

He entered college but couldn’t keep up with his studies. He
had trouble holding a job. He drank too much. He had trouble sleeping, and when
he did sleep, he had nightmares. He got married and divorced in less than a
year. He had flashbacks. He isolated himself from his friends and drank
more.

“His anxiety level was out of this world,” his father said. “This
was a young man who got straight A’s in high school, and now he couldn’t
function.”

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ZOLOFT & SEROQUEL: Multiple Drug Toxicity-Marine’s Autopsy Report Released

The U.S. Marine Corps has released

the autopsy report for Cpl. Chad Oligschlaeger of Round Rock, who was found dead
in his room at the Twentynine Palms Marine base in California on May 20, 2008.

The report found that Oligschlaeger died from multiple drug toxicity.
His death was ruled accidental, according to the report.

The report

shows that methamphetamine and the antidepressants sertraline [Zoloft] and
benzodiazepine were found in Oligschlaeger’s system. Propranolol, a hypertension
drug used to treat post-traumatic stress disorder, and Quetiapine [Seroquel], an
antipsychotic medication, were also found.

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