I was appalled to read Ali Bracken's article, 'Anti-depressants drove Clancy to kill, says leading psychiatrist' (News, 30 August). This is very dangerous and one-sided. Is this is what counts for journalism? Somebody at the editor's desk was asleep at the wheel. I can envisage patients abruptly stopping anti-depressants which can cause a potentially dangerous condition called serotonin syndrome.

For years I have enjoyed reading the Sunday Tribune, while not agreeing with every view. However, this 'undercover' reporter going in to surgeries lying through her teeth is appalling.

Dr James Harrison,