Psychotropic Drug Series
Published by Citizens Commission on Human Rights
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The amount of violence in today’s society is
truly astounding—and the sheer number of theories attempting
to explain it can leave the average person shaking his head in confusion.
One cause is known: the astonishing rise in psychiatric drug-related
In fact, Harvard University’s Dr. Joseph Glenmullen warns that
antidepressants could explain the rash of school shootings and mass
suicides over the last decade. People taking them “feel like jumping out
of their skin. The irritability and impulsivity can make people suicidal or
A study of 950 acts of violence committed by people taking
antidepressants found 362 murders, 13 school shootings, 5 bomb
threats or bombings, 24 acts of arson, 21 robberies, 3 pilots who
crashed their planes and more than 350 suicides and suicide
Medical studies show that patients with no history of violence, develop
“violent urges to assault” while under the effects of psychiatric drugs.
At Columbine High School, on April 20, 1999, teens Eric Harris and
Dylan Klebold shot dead 12 students and a teacher and wounded 23
others before shooting and killing themselves. Harris was taking Luvox,
an antidepressant known to cause mania and violence.
Following the Columbine incident, Colorado State Rep. Penn Pfiffner
chaired a hearing on the potential connection between violent behavior
and psychotropic drugs, stating: “There is enough coincidence and
enough professional opinion from legitimate scientists to cause us to
raise the issue and to ask further questions.”
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