Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Richard Jeni: Another Psychiatry Victim

The article below is from the news on Internet Movie Database ( regarding comedian Richard Jeni, who recently committed suicide:

As we can see, he was a victim of psychiatry. Following the usual pattern, he went to a psychiatrist for help, instead became worse, and finally killed himself AFTER he got his “help”. It doesn’t say so in this article, but it is very likely that his “treatment” at the hand of the witch doctors included psychiatric drugs like Prozac or Paxil or Luvox or, or, or… all part of a family of drugs called SSRIs, that cause the kind of suicidal/homicidal behavior they are supposed to prevent. Chalk up another victim for the shamans of the 21st Century.

Tragic comedian Richard Jeni's family have confirmed the funnyman took his own life as he struggled with severe clinical depression coupled with bouts of psychotic paranoia. Jeni's family released a statement yesterday in an effort to end speculation about the comedian's death on Saturday. The statement begins, "The family of Richard Jeni would like to put to rest any assumptions as to the cause of Richard's death. Despite the fact that the coroner's office has publicly stated that a suicide ruling will take two weeks, pending the results of an autopsy, Richard Jeni did take his own life." In the statement, Jeni's family reveal the comic was not, as reported, depressed after a series of professional disappointments, insisting he "had just enjoyed one of his most financially rewarding years to date." The statement reads, "The past few years had been more prolific than ever. As his agents can attest, prior to his illness, Richard only missed one engagement in over 20, and that was due to weather. The truth is earlier this year Richard Jeni was diagnosed with severe clinical depression coupled with bouts of psychotic paranoia. One only needs to have a family member or friend with a mental illness to understand that there is nothing rational, predictable, or fair about these diseases... He was not down or blue, he was ill."

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