Thank you for your defence of Peter Gøtzsche Bob, his deconstruction of contemporary psychiatry will become seminal documents in the history of psychiatry. Interestingly Fuller Torrey wrote a book called “The Death of Psychiatry” in 1974. The following summary is from the back of the book: “This revolutionary book shows why psychiatry in its present form is obsolete and why it must die. Dr. E. Fuller Torrey maintains that most of the so-called mentally ill are suffering from problems in social adaptation, not from diseases of the mind. Upholding his contentions with numerous case histories, he proposes that the few patients with real brain dysfunction be given back to neurology and that the others be taught to handle their difficulties through a new system of education and social support.” This makes his transformation to a psychiatric bioreductionist oracle is all the more surprising. Unlike St. Paul, clearly something sinister happened to Fuller Torrey on the road to Damascus.