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Attorney General: "Identifying antidepressants Lanza was taking could “cause a lot of people to stop taking their medications"

State of Connecticut Refuses to Release Adam Lanza’s Medical Records

Assistant Attorney General: Identifying antidepressants Lanza was taking could “cause a lot of people to stop taking their medications”

Paul Joseph Watson
September 24, 2013

The State of Connecticut is refusing to release Sandy Hook gunman Adam Lanza’s medical records over fears that divulging the identity of the antidepressants he was taking would, “cause a lot of people to stop taking their medications,” according to Assistant Attorney General Patrick B. Kwanashie.


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say what?

he reportedly was a ghost on paper,and on the internet
for 3 years
this means no medical records,no online searches,no online dating
no nothing anywhere
so how,can he be on any meds at all? seeing he was a ghost?
seriously,this makes no sense
but i suspect,it isn't supposed to

Let it ever not be said,that I never did not do nothing for you.

It is a VALID issue since the

It is a VALID issue since the media and State brought up Adam Lanza's use of antidepressant drugs as part of the probable cause to his "alleged" killing spree. Release the information..... along with the video of Adam Lanza at the school entrance, along with a chronology of events that corroborates the crime scene evidence.

No one should be afraid of facts

What medications Lanza was taking is simply a fact, a point of data. The information should be released.

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Well looks like that shoots that line of inquiry all to hell.
They just can't seem to find any profit in informing people about the heinous dangers of taking suicide mass murder pills.

I can't imagine this Nigerian (dictator) AAG

really knows American laws.
It's appalling listening to his arrogance.