By James Clark
Regardless of what killed Cheyenne Delp on June 26, 2004, she was a child under the influence of heavy medication the day she died.
The medicine Cheyenne was prescribed was so powerful, she had to undergo an EKG to determine if her heart was healthy enough for her to take Imipramine, a heavy duty anti-depressant.
Dr. Saran Mudumbi, who said his specialty is child psychiatry, testified Monday that he prescribed the assortment of drugs for Cheyenne because her behavior was out of control, according to her guardian, Sherri Mathis.
“She was aggressive to other children and was kicked out of school because of it,” said Dr. Mudumbi, who went on to contend Cheyenne suffered from paranoia, depression and anxiety. “She was thinking other people were against her, trying to get her.”…