Paul Joseph Watson infowars.com 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. The comments were made during a recent Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) hearing regarding the release of Lanza’s toxicology report.
The parents organization AbleChild.org is attempting to secure the release of the information after Connecticut Medical Examiner H. Wayne Carver, M.D. denied the request.
“What plagues this investigation is that some are simply fixated on having it remain secret in spite of the urgency of transparency that is clearly needed to protect the public,” said Patricia Weathers, co-founder of AbleChild “It is alarming that here we are very close to a year later and the public still remains in the dark, records are still sealed, and the State is now saying that it is opposing a release of the records because those records “can cause a lot of people to stop taking their medications.”
AbleChild has filed an appeal with the State’s Freedom of Information Commission (FOIC) for the release of the records and is willing to take the matter to the Supreme Court if necessary.
“If there is nothing to hide then disclose, especially if this information has the potential for reevaluating the use of certain psychiatric drugs that evidence shows are contributing to the rapidly growing acts of violence in this country in recent years,” added Weathers. Our organization thinks that both the Medical Examiner’s office and State’s actions are unacceptable and reprehensible because in actuality they place the public at risk.”
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