The trial of former California police officer Anthony Orban for rape goes to closing arguments today. Orban is pleading “not guilty by reason of unconsciousness,” claiming that Zoloft rendered him unaware of his actions. “I knew exactly what it was. It was the medication,” Orban told a California CBS news affiliate.
CBS (KCAL9) News: Former Police Officer Says Zoloft Made Him Kidnap, Rape Woman
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