Compelling podcast. Thank you. “Affective not Effective Security” The endeavour to “increase safety” and “reduce harm” may predictably lead to increased risk of psychotropic drug-induced violence against self and/or others. This is because prescription drug induction, cessation, change of dose, change of drug class, change of drug product within drug class, and poly-drugging have been reported to increase the risk of the common and life-threatening neurotoxicity: AKATHISIA. Drug PILs refer to “Agitation”. “Restlessness”. Clinical trials of psychotropics refer to “Emotional Lability” and to “Hyperkinesis”. These are considered by current publications and lectures by experts to be euphemisms for AKATHISIA. The vital word that “dares not speak its name”. Publications expressing concern re AKATHISIA induced violence go back 20 – 40 years, even longer. If these decades of accumulated data are valid then: Those released from incarceration who turn to street drugs after “pre-release-meds” run out would appear to be particularly vulnerable to AKATHISIA on/or after that withdrawal???