This is the fifth in the series of the homicide files. My attention was to throw light on the homicide cases that have been reported to the FDA where the antidepressant, Prozac (fluoxetine) has been associated.
As you will see from the reports, the FDA have redacted all the vital information, particularly where the reported homicide was carried out by a child or person under the age of 25.
Prozac is marketed and manufactured by Eli Lilly.
An FDA advisory panel was convened in 1991 to review the fluoxetine data. It concluded that fluoxetine was safe despite the concerns raised by David Graham and others, leading critics to point out that several of the panellists had financial ties to Eli Lilly. (Source)
Adverse event reports regarding psychiatric drugs don't scare me. Suppressing them does.
Here's what the FDA sent investigative reporter, Andrew Thibault.
AERS Case Number 5749577
This case concerns a 10 year-old boy - The FDA, who were sent the information by Eli Lilly, have redacted all of the information. Ask yourself why they would do this? (Click on images to enlarge)