Sep 17, 2010
I'm sure you all b fully aware of this matter, but sending it along anyway, from an issuance o' Pravda on da' Potomac born a few foggy bottom'd morns ago - Drug used to treat PTSD raises questions:
It's unclear how many soldiers have died while taking Seroquel, or if the drug definitely contributed to the deaths. White has confirmed at least a half-dozen deaths among soldiers on Seroquel, and he thinks there may be many others.
[...Not just X, but there are studies getting approved involving more heavy stuff like ***-25 and ketamine.]
Sounds like VA et al ain't big on the personnel-intensive "sometimes you must go out of your mind to come to your senses" method of treatment. Yeah, well...
The Defense Department is attempting to buy the entire first printing - 10,000 copies - of a memoir by a controversial former Defense Intelligence Agency officer so that the book can be destroyed, according to military and other sources.
Reminds me of when Allen Dulles went to Bennett Cerf (head of Random House) and offered to have CIA buy up all the copies of "The Invisible Government" (an expose by David Wise).
Cerf said yes, and named a juicy price for the entire printing.
Then he told Dulles that he intended to publish a second and third edition and as many copies as the public desired.
Nobody ever learns (or remembers) anything in government.
Addendum: Just read the NYT version of my anecdote, says it was John McCone who met with the authors.
This could be true.
But I stand my ground, it was Dulles -- who in retirement could be counted on (see Warren Comm.) -- who met with publisher Bennett Cerf, and was treated to his riposte.
(Post was written ages ago and slated for release during such relevant age. Me laziest of buggers)