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US Army Sergeant Who Killed 16 Afghan Civilians Was On Controversial Drug Prescribed By The Army

Though it took over a year for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to finally do so, the regulatory agency has issued a stern warning regarding serious neurological and psychiatric side effects associated with mefloquine hydrochloride, a controversial antimalarial drug. This was the medication prescribed, by the Army, for Sergeant Robert Bales. Last year, while on this medication, Bales attacked and murdered 16 Afghan civilians.

Sergeant Bales, a respected soldier and father, was on his fourth deployment in a decade. He is described as an “affable” man but one whose behavior became uncharacteristically belligerent and psychotic–common side effects of mefloquine.

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