Within the last few days, Ablechild submitted to the full Freedom of Information Commission our objections to the hearing officer’s proposed final decision. It is our plan to follow every legal procedure and avenue to secure the critical information being denied to the public relating to the mass murderous actions and suicide of Adam Lanza and their link to psychiatric drugs, which have been shown to increase the risk of violence and suicide. In fact, there is an overwhelming amount of evidence to establish this link. There is an obvious growing increase in mass murders and suicides throughout this nation, and yet the public remains in the dark. We are all probably aware that a large part of this is due to the pharmaceutical industry giant, a profit driven machine with many vested interests, one of which is in keeping us uninformed.
“Toxic relationship have been long established between big pharma, mainstream media, and government. What is perfectly clear is that all of the conflicts of interest that result from these relationships play a direct role in compromising our health and safety.” Says Patricia Weathers, Cofounder of Ablechild.
Despite this obstacle, Ablechild has and will continue fulfilling its mission of full informed consent because it strongly believes that the public HAS THE RIGHT TO KNOW. It is simple, without the public given the information they are left being unable to make informed decisions.
This disclosure of information is shown to be never more critical when we watched the impulsive, immediate legislative reaction of the State of Connecticut in the aftermath of the mass murders and suicide in Newtown, which was its push for more mental health screening and psychiatric drug treatment for children despite its obvious lack of information and facts. Wrongful and improper legislation will continue to have dire consequences on our children health and the publics as a whole. This is just one more reason why we continue to rally for our right to full informed consent, and of course our children’s safety!
Docket No. FIC 2013-197