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Psychiatrist who treated Adam Lanza surrendered his license just months before the Newtown massacre and is now living in New Zealand

    Dr. Paul Fox gave up his license to practice in Connecticut and in New York after facing allegations of misconduct
    Dr. Fox treated the killer when he was 15 and told police he had 'aggression problems'
    The state of Connecticut alleged the doctor had 'possible boundary violations' with a patient

By Daily Mail Reporter

PUBLISHED: 23:53 EST, 29 December 2013 | UPDATED: 11:07 EST, 30 December 2013



The recently concluded investigation into Newtown killer Adam Lanza revealed that a psychiatrist who treated him as a teen has since surrendered his license.

Dr. Paul Fox once held licenses to practice in Connecticut and New York but in 2012 he gave them both up in the face of charges he may have crossed a line in his relationship with a patient.

Investigators reached Fox in New Zealand, where he now lives, in a telephone interview told detectives all he remembered about the cold-blooded killer.

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yah....did anyone by chance see the picture of little Adam at about age 1, chewing on a handgun??

Mom is the one who would have been charged if she had not been his first victim.


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yah....did anyone by chance see the picture of little Adam at about age 1, chewing on a handgun??

Mom is the one who would have been charged if she had not been his first victim.

Nope, didn't see the pic.  Mom sounds like she was as crazy as the son.
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Nope, didn't see the pic.  Mom sounds like she was as crazy as the son.

Nuttier than the porta-potty at a peanut festival....


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Nuttier than the porta-potty at a peanut festival....

Quite a visual, Chief......... 
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I was impressed with the above quote by Robert Heinlein.  But since I had never heard of him, I looked him up and now the quote doesn't quite feel the same.

Heinlein supported socialist Upton Sinclair in his "End Poverty in California movement," circa 1930.

So how's that working out?  How much has George Soros, Ted Turner, John Kerry, Bubba Clinton, Al Gore, or perpetual vacationer Corrupt Obama given recently to "end poverty"?  Oh that's right, ZERO.

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but he told the police.  Did they do anything?

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I was impressed with the above quote by Robert Heinlein.  But since I had never heard of him, I looked him up and now the quote doesn't quite feel the same.

Heinlein supported socialist Upton Sinclair in his "End Poverty in California movement," circa 1930.

So how's that working out?  How much has George Soros, Ted Turner, John Kerry, Bubba Clinton, Al Gore, or perpetual vacationer Corrupt Obama given recently to "end poverty"?  Oh that's right, ZERO.


Did you read more about his politics?  Just like Ronald Reagan his politics evolved so that by 1954 you could have said the democrats left him the way they left RR.  Maybe you should have started reading from the wikipedia entry on his politics:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_A._Heinlein#Politics

I always think if someone's thinking can evolve that person is probably smarter than other people.

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Did you read more about his politics?  Just like Ronald Reagan his politics evolved so that by 1954 you could have said the democrats left him the way they left RR.  Maybe you should have started reading from the wikipedia entry on his politics:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_A._Heinlein#Politics

I always think if someone's thinking can evolve that person is probably smarter than other people.


Exactly. One can actually see the progression of thought in Heinlein's novels. "For Us the Living" was a glorification of the nuvo-socialist utopian ideas such as a GMI (Guaranteed Minimum Income), "The Moon is a Harsh Mistress" then explores the logical conclusions of what such a 'utopia' would bring. As a storyline, they are unrelated, but in depth they really do progress along the same line with the false utopia followed by the consequence of enslaving mankind.
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