psychiatric magic bullets
|According to the report of a 1995 Nordic medical conference, the newer anti-depressant drugs have a particularly stimulating amphetamine-like effect and patients can become aggressive or suffer hallucinations and/or suicidal thoughts.|
tudies amply document adverse effects of psychiatric drugs on youth and adults effects frequently blamed on new symptoms and met with yet more drugs. One U.S. medical doctor wrote that in one case, a 16-year-old committed murder and tried to set off multiple bombs and incendiary devices at the same time. I have also testified in cases of adult murderers who were under the influence of [anti-depressants], including one mass murder of twelve people followed by suicide. The comparisons to Littleton are obvious. Reflecting on the Colorado tragedy, an ABC News producer commented that the brain is not some simple toy for make-believe psychiatric magic bullets.