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Government has list of anti-depressant users!: Virginia Tech killer NOT on it

"Some news accounts have suggested that Cho had a history of antidepressant use, but senior federal officials tell ABC News that they can find no record of such medication in the government's files. This does not completely rule out prescription drug use, including samples from a physician, drugs obtained through illegal Internet sources, or a gap in the federal database, but the sources say theirs is a reasonably complete search."


Killer's Note: 'You Caused Me to Do This'

Seung-Hui Cho, 23-Year-Old Shooter, Wrote 'Disturbing' Note and Violent Plays


April 17, 2007


All patient records are confidential. There is no government 'database' of the meds that people take (not yet at least). If you pay cash it is between you and the pharmacy. If you have insurance, they would know but couldn’t disclose that without a court order. HIPAA laws are very tough now.

But I bet it will come out that he was on psych drugs and I would also bet that it was the University mental health system that put him on the drugs. Don't get me wrong, here was a very disturbed young man, who 'apparently' did a very bad thing. I wouldn't be surprised in the least if he was poked and prodded and basically deceived into snapping. I also wouldn't be surprised if the whole thing was a bull shit set-up and he was murdered along with the other victims for the disarm America gun control campaign. They can't collapse the US economy while Americans are still armed.

I don't have to tell you guys, but this whole thing stinks. I don't buy that he mailed a package to NBC. If this story is really 'kosher', one would think he would just upload the video to the net. Instead he burns CDs and goes to the post office after shooting 2 people.

Don't hold your breath for the post office video. We will see that video when we see the baby pictures of the child that Crystal Magnum had. Who wants to bet the baby looks like Lenny Kravitz.


"...The story implied that the federal government was spying on what prescription medicines - including antidepressants - American citizens were taking.

Boing Boing readers noticed this too, with one writing, "Somehow I missed the signing into law of NASPER, the National All-Schedules Prescription Electronic Reporting Act of 2005 (assuming the 'federal database' referenced is actually the combined databases of states accepting NASPER funding). Unfortunately, as I read subsections (f)(1) and (g) of the Act, it doesn't seem to allow searches such as this one. Must've been a signing statement attached..."

FACT. A used to have system admin authority on a big CDC program - A could do or see anything - and even A could not access an entire hidden reporting subsection that was gathering info for other purposes. A project overseer from Atlanta would show up every three months and ask for a couple of hours on the system to
"look for problems", but he was really accessing and downloading info that we had extracted. It was one of those government "don't ask don't tell" deals.

A guess is that they were using the blood test data to develop disease exposure profiles without telling people what they were doing.

FDA Approves First U.S. Vaccine for Humans Against the Avian Influenza Virus H5N1

Just in time to get rid of the baby boomers before they find out there is nothing left for their retirement!

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