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Making a Killing: The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging (2008)

| Documentary | Video 2008
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Mike Adams ...
Himself - Consumer Health Advocate
Walter Afield ...
Himself - Psychiatrist (as Dr. Walter Afield)
Frank Bailey ...
Himself - Attorney
Mary Ann Block ...
Herself - Physician (as Dr. Mary Ann Block)
John Bosley ...
Himself - Fmr. Research Psychologist Natl. Inst of Mental Health John Sommers-Flanagan
Derek Braslow ...
Himself - Trial Attorney Pogust Braslow, LLC
Howard Brody ...
Himself - Bioethicist, Univ. of Texas (as Dr. Howard Brody)
Dan Burton ...
Himself - U.S. Congressman (as Rep. Dan Burton)
Kay Carlson ...
Herself - Fmr. Drug Sales Rep
James Chappell ...
Himself - Clinician (as Dr. James Chappell)
Beth Clay ...
Herself - Government Consultant
Anne Coxon ...
Herself - Neurologist (as Dr. Anne Coxon)
Lauren DeWitt ...
Herself - Registered Pharmacist (as Lauren DeWitt R.Ph)
Kurt Donsbach ...
Himself - Clinic Founder & Director (as Dr. Kurt Donsbach)
Thomas Dorman ...
Himself - Physician (as Dr. Thomas Dorman)
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Don't bother: it's a typical ditzy Scientologist rant
26 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If I could give this film a zero out of 10, I would. I'm betting the two good reviews it got here were from Scientologists, considering that they produced this crap. I don't think psychiatry is without its faults, and I think the rest of the medical profession needs to demand more accountability from psychiatry and that hard data from repeatable research will, over time, determine which psychiatric treatments work and which don't. But I want data on that, and NOT from scientologists or their supporters! They're nutcases, and their assertions are neither plausible nor backed up by peer reviewed research. This is a jeremiad riddled with assertions, nothing more, and richly deserves contempt. But it certainly doesn't deserve your time or any of your money.


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