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CT AAG nervous about releasing Adam Lanza's medical records: Disclosure "can cause a

Montecresto

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It would seem to me that that would be the very reason that they should be released.


STATE of Connecticut Claims Disclosure of Adam Lanza’s Records “Can Cause A Lot of People to Stop Taking Their Medications” in Recent Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Hearing.

Ablechild vs. Chief Medical Examiner (FIC Docket No: 2013-197):

Attorney, Patrick B. Kwanashie, AAG for the Office of the Attorney General argues release of Adam Lanza’s records to public “can cause a lot of people to stop taking their medications”. Ablechild argues that lack of transparency compromises informed consent and puts public health “at risk”.


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Re: CT AAG nervous about releasing Adam Lanza's medical records: Disclosure "can caus

Maybe people should start resisting the rush to take these meds. This is common demonator in just about every mass shooting over the last decade.
 
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