Dr. Dan L. Edmunds, Ed.D,B.C.S.A.,DAPA.

Dr. Dan L. Edmunds, Ed.D,B.C.S.A.,DAPA.
e-mail: batushkad@yahoo.com

Wednesday, April 04, 2007


This tragic story of a 4 year old child should be a wake up call to us all.
This now deceased child was drugged solely for profit- by the family and by the psychiatrist.
This is only confirmation towards my recent post listed below, "Abuse by the System".
Hopefully, individuals will take action.

-Dan L. Edmunds, Ed.D.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The mortal abuse of Rebecca Riley may be part of the family story, and the family seem to be part of a bigger story.

A CCHR worker is pursuing this criminal issue. He was interviewed by a pharmacist on a FL radio show. According to his investigation four weeks after the death, this had been a family of five: two parents and three children. Rebecca was the middle child. Her "treatment" was conducted by a researching psychiatrist at a Boston hospital. The research was funded by the manufacturer of Zyprexa.

Here the story turns more sinister. Although the drug company funded and benefitted,the federal governemt was paying to enable this activity. All five family members had been diagnosed and sent into psychotropic drug experiments as treatment. The family were receiving $600.00 per person per month from Medicaid as the cost of theatment.

Essentially a Medicaid program was paying the fee to acquire subjects for a private pharma scheme. The psychiatrist was getting her cut probably as a stipend.

Here we have a predatory pharmaceutical corporation using a federally funded health care proram for its private gain, a whole family making a living by selling members' bodies, and a medical doctor implementing the plan and being paid to do it. I didn't mention the role of the hospital.

Who is responsible for the intentional harm to Rebecca and her death on the family kitchen floor? More important is: who isn't accused? Neither the drug corporation, the hosiptal, the prescribing doctor, nor Medicaid is being censured. The parents, however, are accused of murder.

These facts must be verified, but an investigation could expose a lot more that would shock us. We are depending on a justice system to do its job now. Is the justice system independent enough to do this? Can this practice be stopped, or will it be moved further from detection?