National TV News Journalist Exposes Psychopharmaceutical Industry

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Douglas Kennedy, has been a correspondent for FOX TV News for 18 years. Prior to that, he worked as a reporter for The Boston Herald, then a crime reporter for The New York Post. As a veteran TV news journalist, his live-coverage work has included, every presidential election since 1996, the Iraq War, the September 11 attack on the World Trade Center, as well as Hurricane Katrina, just to name a few. His hard-core journalism has also exposed, head-on, the psycho-pharmaceutical industry in more than 25 exposes spanning the last 13 years. USA Today—the most widely read newspaper in America—did a feature article naming high-profile journalists that advocate for a cause, which included Diane Sawyer, Bob Woodruff, Anne Curry, Oprah and Douglas Kennedy. He is the tenth child of Robert F. Kennedy and Ethel Kennedy.

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From Tragedy to Crusade—A Mother’s Antidepressant Warning


Maria Bradshaw lost her only child to antidepressant induced suicide in 2008. She turned her personal tragedy into a crusade to help other parents on the dangers of antidepressant drugs and is founder of CASPER – Community Action on Suicide Prevention Education and Research. She was worked closely with CCHR New Zealand ever since the tragic event and was the recipient of CCHR’s Human Rights Award 2012 for her work in raising awareness on the dangers of child drugging. She has an MBA from Auckland University.

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