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February 11, 2021 at 10:38 am #80462
By Jacob Sullum . . . “It was my understanding that I was to do the treatment, then be released,” says Mike Whipple, who recently participated in a 1
[See the full post at: Civil Commitment Pretends Prisoners Are Patients]
February 13, 2021 at 1:32 pm #80497
You’ve got to wonder: Just how long does this kind of ongoing ‘Re-Punishment’ keep happening until one day a whole bunch of Families decide to either Class Action Sue a State for it’s resulting effects on them, for keeping their Loved Ones away from them. Or: Violence breaks out against those who Profit the most from such ‘Laws & Court Rulings’, and it may well turn out to be the very Children of those still held in ‘Civil Commitment’ who as Adults, decide to ‘Take Things Out Against The System’! Now, there will be those who will say: “Yeah, You gave such people the idea to begin with by writing this.” Uhh…NO. How do you know some of them already hadn’t thought of the same thing themselves? So for those of you that continue promoting the ‘Registry Matters’ Idea, I sincerely hope one or more of those same Kids-who will grow up mind you-won’t decide to come visiting YOUR Residence and making you pay for assisting in this Insane Concept!
February 13, 2021 at 2:30 pm #80521
My question is what mental health condition are these people being diagnosed with? In order to be “treated” for anything, there has to be a diagnosis. This diagnosis has to be from the DSM V in order to be legitimate. There are no diagnoses in the DSM V that are called “sex offender.” How can ANY professional get away with treating anyone for a condition that hasn’t been diagnosed nor even exists? Making those psychologists or psychiatrists formally diagnose these “patients” will put an end to this practice because then we could go after the license of each of them. They are required by their own professional ethics (in most states at least) to adhere to science-based treatments. They cannot point to any science in these cases.
It’s time to make the psychs in this industry pay for their participation. Medical doctors no longer participate in executions because it violates their professional ethics! If we can’t get a direct result in court over this practice, it’s time to go after any and all “professionals” who are violating their own ethics by participating in this illegal practice of “treating” patients without even as much as a simple diagnosis.
February 13, 2021 at 4:37 pm #80529
The Criminalized Man
How can people “who suffer from a volitional impairment” carry out a hunger strike? Hmmm? It’s about time people see through this psych snake oil.
February 18, 2021 at 3:16 pm #80695
if it aint Co-Ed its punishment
February 20, 2021 at 12:49 pm #80810
I witnessed this first hand, they have these witch doctors who are paid guns for the state put these diagnoses on you by looking at your file. The most common is pedafile and or lack of inpulse control if you had more than one count on your charges. They also use anti- personality disorder as another diagnosis. They say because of these fake disorders that you are unable to control your urges and likely to reoffend if not locked up in civil commitment for up to the rest of your life!
DOC runs these facilities and it is no different than prison. Same cells, same food, same canteen. The only difference is now you are called a patient, not a inmate, and the building is called a hospital not a prison! It’s just a name changing game!! It’s really sad that this is going on in America! It is a crime!! If sex offenders are such a high risk of reoffending as they falsely claim this would still not be humane!