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What we want to know about the diagnosis of Aspergers

December 30 2013 at 9:28 PM
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Response to Adam Lanza's Psychiatric Treatment Revealed In Documents

Altogether so very vague.  Just as a very powerful industry like it perhaps?

For instance:

https://www.facebook.com/SsriStories

SSRIStories shared a link.

 
"To follow up on Sandy Hook....the report released contained little to help anyone know Adam Lanza's motive. Yet it said in 2005 he had been diagnosed with Aspbergers, an Autism disorder which means there were eight years in which he could easily have been medicated with antidepressants that are so commonly prescribed for Aspbergers. The drugs work by impairing serotonin metabolism which is known to produce impulsive murder and suicide. And a journal article out this month demonstrates that 64% of those with Autism disorders are taking antidepressants or other mind altering medications. Anything that impairs serotonin metabolism as antidepressants do are known in medical literature to produce impulsive murder and suicide, extreme violence, suicide, deadly sleep disorder which includes murder-suicide, etc. A database of school shootings and medications involved showing 68 out of 70 school shootings linked to antidepressant use can be found at www.drugawareness.org.

This article on the report out on Sandy Hook
http://www.deseretnews.com/article/765642251/Report-due-on-Sandy-Hook-shooting-investigation.html states that authorities "... tried within the limits of privacy laws to gather information on his medical treatment."

So since when do privacy laws apply after murder?! Never in any murder cases I worked! At that point medical records become "evidence" not information protected by privacy laws!"
 
 

 
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  1. Re: What we want to know about the diagnosis of Aspergers - admin on Dec 30, 2013, 9:40 PM
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