Christopher Pittman has been in jail in South Carolina for 11 years. 

He was just 12 when he killed his grandparents, Joe and Joy Pittman, then set fire to their house.

He is serving a 30 year life sentence for their murder.

However, his parents and a number of leading experts believe that Christopher is innocent and that the real culprit is the antidepressant Zoloft (sertraline).

And  I agree. 

When Christopher was interviewed about killing his grandparents, he says he thought he was in a dream. When I was in an antidepressant induced psychosis, I too thought I was in a dream. 

He had no motive for killing his grandparents who he adored. And he showed all the signs of drug toxicity leading up to the killing and immediately afterwards. 

Christopher Pittman's story is told in The Pill That Steals Lives. 

There is a dedicated website to support him: www.

And here is a link to a documentary about his case: