ANTIDEPRESSANTS: Suicide: Totally Unexpected: India

LUCKNOW – Mystery continues to
surround the suicide by Uttar Pradesh IAS officer Harminder Raj Singh two days
after he allegedly shot himself dead with his licensed revolver. He was on
anti-depressants for the past six months, sources close to the family
said.

Some of Singh’s friends in the bureaucracy are still shocked over
the death. “Harminder Raj Singh was of the type who would have definitely left
behind something in black in white,” asserted a close friend who prefers
anonymity. Singh’s body was cremated in Delhi Monday afternoon.

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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…

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