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“PHOENIX -- Lawyers for the Tucson shooting rampage suspect say federal prison officials have decided to forcibly give him anti-psychotic drugs.”
“Coming out of the closet, getting a boyfriend and some anti-psychotic medication is what patsy should consider.”
“Attorneys for Jared Loughner, accused shooter of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and 18 others, have filed an emergency motion to block federal authorities from forcibly medicating their client with anti-psychotic drugs.”
“SAN DIEGO -- A federal judge ruled Wednesday that the Tucson shooting rampage suspect can be forced to continue taking anti-psychotic drugs, rejecting a plea by defense attorneys that the decision by prison doctors merited more scrutiny.”
“Obviously, the primary cause is the biological component of bipolar disorder which is why these patients need to be on a mood stabilizer such as lithium or an anti-convulsant -- or, in some cases, an anti-psychotic medication.”
“And, of course, Martin is taking just about every anti-psychotic, anti-depressant drug you can think of.”
“Nearly 2,000 elderly patients are killed each year by unnecessary anti-psychotic medication, report finds”
“I recalled that when he and I were walking around Brighton after his first breakdown, he had been embarrassed when I spoke too loudly in a restaurant about his being in the Priory and taking the anti-psychotic drug olanzapine.”
“Henry was polite but firm: He was not going to take the anti-psychotic.”
“Getting rid of this system began to appear all the more feasible in the mid-1950s thanks to the discovery of effective anti-psychotic drugs.”
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