Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Who was Adam Lanza’s Doctor?

by Jon Rappoport

You may as well say that, from this point on, the rest of the events in Newtown, Connecticut, will be brought to you by Merck, Glaxo, and Pfizer.

Media outlets are already reporting that “a raft of services” will be available for the children of Sandy Hook Elementary school, and the Newtown community, where Adam Lanza killed 26 people yesterday.

This is phase two. It always happens at these mass murder events. The grief counselors. The social service workers. The psychologists.

They pour in. And they end up referring people to psychiatrists, who will in turn prescribe some of the very drugs that trigger murder and suicide.

The drugs that cause people to kill.

This is one way the psychiatric drug industry spreads its heinous influence.

The sequence is always the same, because it’s set up that way. After the mass murders and the shock and the horror, the grief industry arrives, and then come the referrals to psychiatric drug pushers, along with the memorials and the “healing.”

The entire mass-shooting aftermath is laid on as a cover, to deflect REAL investigation into what happened.

So here is the first real question.


I kept asking this question about James Holmes, the accused Aurora theater shooter. Finally, it emerged that, indeed, he’d been seeing Lynne Fenton, a psychiatrist at the U of Colorado.

Now, in Newtown, Connecticut, it’s Adam Lanza, whom his brother describes as having had a personality disorder.

If the school shooter was seeing a psychiatrist, we want to know who the doctor is, now. We want a list of all medications Lanza was taking, now.

We know these drugs’ effects. We know a number of psychiatric drugs cause brain storms that push people into committing suicide and homicide.

Newtown is a small community. Somebody there can step up and say who the doctor is. Do it now. The police can’t be depended on to do it. You people in Newtown want to save yourselves from another horror down the line, get the name of the doctor and make it public.

Read the rest here.


  1. "Expose the drugs, once and for all. Expose the doctors who prescribe them knowing full well what effects they have. Expose the pharmaceutical companies that sell them knowing what they do. Expose the FDA for permitting the drugs to be given in the first place."

    How about expose the government for funding all of this crap and let people decide what they want to take for themselves? I bet if we had a freer society that operated like that we'd have less psychos in it. Or at least they'd probably be identified and contained better. Because it's hard to spot a crazy person in a society full of them.

  2. I saw this comment at that article at FT titled '19 Unbelievable Facts About Guns in America' it's not mine:

    "You know, if the media and law enforcement would inform the public that EVERY mass killing spree was conducted by an individual on or just off of psychotropic medications, (including the last one), we really wouldn’t be having a discussion about limiting gun rights, but on limiting “FDA approved” DRUGS!"

    Just thought I'd chime in, hope you are well Robert. Thank you for all the hard work you do to help keep us informed.

  3. New York Magazine wrote a piece about shooter Adam Lanza's supposed "aspergers" syndrome as a "red herring" meant to distract from the real problem (guns, of course, the subject goes without mentioning).

    Inside the piece though they report Adam Lanza's uncle said the boy was prescribed Fanapt, a controversial anti-psychotic medicine.

    Fanapt was the subject of a Bloomberg report when it passed regulators, after previously getting the "nonapproval" stamp. Why wasn't it approved, you might ask?

    There are many reasons, some of which have to do with competing entities in a competitive market.
    The main cited reason for the rejection was that it caused severe heart problems in enough patients to cause a stir.

    Maybe more importantly, though, Fanapt is one of a many drugs the FDA pumped out with an ability to exact the opposite desired effect on people: that is, you know, inducing rather than inhibiting psychosis and aggressive behavior.
    In fact, Fanapt was dropped by its first producer, picked up by another, initially rejected by the FDA, then later picked up and mass produced. The adverse side-effect is said to be "infrequent," but still it exists, and can't be ignored.


  4. Fanapt Oral
    Back to Drug Overview

    Does Fanapt Oral have side effects?

    The following side effects are associated with Fanapt Oral:

    Common side effects of Fanapt Oral:

    Aggressive Behavior Severe
    Extrapyramidal Reaction Severe
    Blood Pressure Drop Upon Standing Severe
    Dizzy Severe
    Fast Heartbeat Severe
    Mood Changes Severe
    Altered Interest in Having Sexual Intercourse Severe
    Pink Eye Less Severe
    Stuffy Nose Less Severe
    Dry Mouth Less Severe
    Muscle Spasm Less Severe
    Muscle Pain Less Severe
    Drowsiness Less Severe
    Low Energy Less Severe
    Weight Gain Less Severe
    Feel Like Throwing Up Less Severe
    Problems with Bladder Control Less Severe

    Infrequent side effects of Fanapt Oral:
    Blurred Vision Severe
    Abnormally Low Blood Pressure Severe
    Acute Infection of the Nose, Throat or Sinus Severe
    Discharge of Milk in Men or Women when Not Breastfeeding Severe
    Absence of Menstrual Periods Severe
    Rash Severe
    Heart Throbbing or Pounding Severe
    Trouble Breathing Severe
    Throat Irritation Less Severe
    Joint Pain Less Severe
    Diarrhea Less Severe
    Stomach Cramps Less Severe
    Increased Levels of Prolactin in the Blood Less Severe
    High Amount of Fats in the Blood Less Severe
    Confused Less Severe

    Rare side effects of Fanapt Oral:
    Parkinson Symptoms Severe
    Abnormal Movements of Face Muscles and Tongue Severe
    Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome Severe
    Prolonged Q-T Interval on EKG Severe
    Chronic Heart Failure Severe
    Stroke Severe
    Lack of Blood Supply to the Brain Severe
    Gallstones Severe
    Continued Painful Erection Severe
    Abnormally Long or Heavy Periods Severe
    Loss of Memory Severe
    Mental Impairment Severe
    Feeling Faint Severe
    Seizures Severe
    Fever Severe
    Involuntary Quivering Severe
    A Feeling of Restlessness with Inability to Sit Still Severe
    Visible Water Retention Severe
    High Blood Sugar Severe
    Problems with Food Passing Through the Esophagus Severe
    Diabetes Severe
    Decreased White Blood Cells Severe
    Behaving with Excessive Cheerfulness and Activity Severe
    Muscle Problems that cause Abnormal Movement Less Severe
    Inflammation of the Nose Less Severe
    Increased Production of Saliva Less Severe
    Painful, Red or Swollen Mouth Less Severe
    Burning Stomach Less Severe
    Inability to have an Erection Less Severe
    Change in Appetite Less Severe
    Anemia Less Severe

  5. It seems pill doctors are like libor bankers, to big to be held accountable. Does everyone know that Every suicide bomber is sent on his mission with a handler to keep them focused and from backing out. EVERY ONE. Hence the missing second shooter. Question everthing

  6. Fanapt didn't prescribe itself. The time lag to bring out this doctor, can't be good. Does everyone realize that EVERY suicide bomber. Is sent out with a handler, who must be very close bye. They can't have have these people.chickening out. They know to much. Hence the missing second shooter. Was a handler.

  7. Fanapt story and Uncle was a hoax. Before you start wanting to blame perfectly effective and life-saving psychotropic drugs, find out whether he was taking them as prescribed and for how long. The illness and the symptoms come before and outlast any medication.

  8. There is no defense case needed for Adam Lanza, why shouldn't all information be revealed. Something is wrong. The public has a need to know sooner than later to prevent this from happening again.

  9. There is no defence counsel needed for deceased murderer Adam Lanza. Why isn't every piece of information regarding this mass child shooting available? The public has a need to know sooner than later to prevent anything like this from ever happening anywhere again. Whoever was Lanza's medical doctors should be charged with malpractice to say the least. Drug companies need to be fully investigated and stopped.