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Trust, Betrayal and, Mass Murder

By Jon Rappaport

If you were the head of a drug company…If you had no conscience (the key fact)…If one of your drugs was causing people to commit murder…If MANY law suits against your company were waiting to go to trial…And if the first such trial was convening…And if the verdict in that case would influence the outcome of all the other law suits…

What would you do?

This is the story of a medical drug, a famous drug company, trust, betrayal, and mass murder.

After 30 years, the truth is confirmed—Eli Lilly, the maker of Prozac, secretly paid off plaintiffs in a court case.

The plaintiffs were families of victims killed by a man who went violently crazy after taking Prozac.

The mass shooting took place in 1989, in Kentucky. I covered the case in 1999, by which time the Lilly payoff was an open secret among some lawyers, doctors, and reporters.

But NOW we have confessions from the plaintiffs who took Lilly’s money. In the trial, Eli Lilly was exonerated, absolved of any blame for murders by the jury.

Ahrp.org: “The Louisville Courier Journal reports that thirty years after Joseph Wesbecker went on a deadly shooting rampage in Louisville Kentucky, on September 14, 1989, the families and survivors of his actions have finally come forward to tell the truth.


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  1. Psychiatry is mostly as pseudoscientific as Flat Earth or creationism, even specialized mainstream sites about it and personal blogs of psychiatrists (like “Mad in America”, “Thought Broadcast” and “The Last Psychiatrist”) criticize the usual treatments, their side effects and comically low effectiveness.
    Mental illness, like most diseases, need to be fought pre-emptively. But they have the particular problem of lacking any decent treatment or cure.

  2. Moral of the story: Never take the dirty money, which comes with an NDA. Let it go through the court system, and take your chances. I wonder how those people feel, 30 yrs later, about all the murders and suicides they could have prevented? Does the money help them sleep at night?