In Wake of Sandy Hook, Parent’s Rights Organization Holds Community Forum on Violence PreventionPrint This Post
On Monday, May 13th from 6-8pm at the Edmond Town Hall in Newtown, CT, a national parent right organization is holding a violence prevention forum which is open to the public. It will tackle difficult questions that today’s media hasn’t addressed, which deals with the growing number of school related acts of violence being linked to psychiatric drugs known to have deadly side effects.
In a major effort to educate the public on the importance of linking data together regarding 31 school shootings and/or school-related acts of violence and their association with psychiatric drugs, a national parent rights organization, Ablechild will host a forum on mental health and the importance of informed consent. The forum scheduled for Monday, May 13th in Newtown will be filmed, and will tackle hard questions that have been ignored by mainstream media, despite the fact that there are 22 international regulatory agency warnings that have been issues on psychiatric drugs citing effects of mania, hostility, aggression, violence and even homicidal ideation.
Ablechild has a pending APPEAL in the State of Connecticut for the release of the medical and toxicology records of the latest school shooter in the mass murder suicides that are plaguing our nation. Ablechild will host an open discussion on mental health, informed consent, bridging the data to save lives with an open community discussion. The forum will be filmed to share with other communities.
“This can happen anywhere and will sadly happen again if we don’t start linking the data together in an intelligent and meaningful way to protect public safety,” says Ablechild board member, Michael Montanaro, orthodontist with offices in Bridgeport, New Canaan, Shelton, and Westport, Connecticut. “During my recent visit to Newtown, it took my breath away to think of the human loss. This forum will help explain to this hard-hit community the importance of collecting the right information to help prevent senseless acts of violence in our communities.”
This friendly forum will allow for a calm, intelligent discussion to exchange knowledge on mental health safety and inspire educated action. As seating is limited, please RSVP in advance to Ablechild volunteer,