Note From Mental Health Technician
I presented to the mental health technician the Declaration of George Michael Skuse as well as the statement of the Superior Court Clerk. The Declaration says there are 650 arrests for crimes of insanity in a two year period. The letter from the Clerk of the Court says there are 327 insanity actions for a 53 year period. Each arrest for a crime of insanity must have an insanity action judging the disposition of the accused per the "Magna Carta" #39 & 40.
So what the man says with this note is that the responsibility ends here. We don't have to be decent doctors and people. We will not allow you the truth of what has happened to you to be confirmed even if it will protect lives or will help you and there are laws saying we should. We don't care if people are going to die. We can't consider any of these things. Take our drugs or go away!
There is ample evidence in clinical research text concerning the potentials of hypnosis. Nine pages of "EMOTIONS and MEMORY," a book by David Rapaport phD., with another interesting text on hypnosis that talks about hypnosis and the effects on CHILDREN UNDER FIVE. The supporting implications, of these two texts, to my legal claims in Santa Barbara Superior Court Case 220298 should be enough for any educated person to readily see that something is very wrong in government and the courts as well as psychology for not being informed of this profound potential for abuse. When history provides information such as can be found in a book by a historian named "HAWLEY", claims such as I make should not be ignored.
Since people basically want to have healthy minds, the potential of benefit described inversely by the abuse could radically change our world. The better reason the Medicine people have for doing what they are doing is to provide people with a way to make strong happy, thriving families and communities without excessive material consumption or energy needs.
Americans, this is immoral, unethical, illegal, irrational and costing us more than can be described.
3/23/98 Claim form
Motion to Introduce Evidence.