SON SUES DRUGMAKER IN MURDER-SUICIDE — (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

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Richmond Times-Dispatch

Nov 7, 1999

Title: SON SUES DRUGMAKER IN MURDER-SUICIDE

Summary: MANASSAS – A U.S. Secret Service agent from Prince William County killed his wife and committed suicide in 1999 because he was under the influence of a popular anti-depressant whose adverse effects were not fully researched, claims a lawsuit filed by the couple’s son.  Christopher R. Kopf, 20, son of Christopher and Mary Kopf, filed the $7.5 million wrongful death lawsuit Tuesday against GlaxoSmithKline, manufacturer of Paxil.

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