The Office of the Attorney General of Connecticut is resisting the release of Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza’s medical records. “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'” says Patricia Weathers of Ablechild, a parents’ rights organization that is suing the CT Chief Medical Examiner for the information.
Of further interest:
Was Connecticut Shooter, Adam Lanza, on Psychiatric Drugs? Medical Examiner Snubs Official Request for Toxicology Report (Ablechild)
The Link Between Psychiatric Drugs and Violence (Behaviorism and Mental Health)
Freedom of Information Commission Hearing: AbleChild v. the State of Connecticut Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (Video: Connecticut Network)