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  • Larry Bone June 23, 2009 at 7:08 pm

    When it comes to prescribing these.drugs there is very little that separates psychiatrists from lowlife heroin or cocaine dealers. Only the "protection" of a medical degree keeps these "med drug thugs" out of jail.There is a criminal case currently in process against the psychiatrist who prescribed these drugs that killed 4. year old Rebecca Riley in Hull, Massachusetts over a year and a half ago. Surely prescription of these drugs by any psychiatrist should be outlawed. And those that continue prescribing such drugs after such prescription is banned should be immediately jailed.

    • Jacki July 31, 2013 at 6:29 pm

      Legal Drug Hooking – I am definately terrified of this class of drugs first hand. How can we look into it and have it scrutinized further.? Perspectives come at 360 degree variances in resolving a client grievance. Could it be a constitutionally forbidden offence to drug someone againsttheir will and without fully informed consent? The direct effects of these drugs, and side effects are experimental and highly varied each time too; affecting all faculties and ability to function; With overall sedation and further confounding perspectives and communication problems while under the influence. Legally hooked on a mind altering drug, but then asked to "find the right drug for u" requires more mixing and withdrawals – for a lifetime. Is this drugging not seen as torturous form of experimenting with mental illness, or an unexplained problem outside of the DSM? It is also professional system hooking. The ratio of professional profits to consumer losses/costs/expenses is varied and controvertial too. I vote we divide the success stories from the grievances and hurry… those that believe in drugs and those that believe in more substantial changes.

  • Larry Bone June 24, 2009 at 8:45 am

    When it comes to prescribing i.e. in effect selling these drugs, there seems very little difference separating psychiatrists from lowlife heroin or cocaine dealers if the results of long term use are disability, death or drug dependence for life. Of course the psychiatric viewpoint is that all of that is caused by the condition and not by the drugs, which they like to view as being “safe.” Only the “protection” of a medical degree and license to practice “medicine” (prescription drugging) pr pediatric psychotropic drug prescription as respectable and “safe.” The psychiatrist for deceased 4-year-old Rebecca Riley of Hull, Massachusetts is being investigated by a grand jury and also being sued for malpractice.

  • Jacki July 31, 2013 at 6:33 pm

    If there are some people well enough to speak on mental treatment grievances, I say we help them pull these thots together. Imagine being shut up at putting up with distressors in real and chemical forms.

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