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People who are exposing failures by the legal system (corruption and overstepping jurisdiction) are being “diagnosed” as having a mental illness and needing to be locked up!
This email feeds directly into the concerns, expressed by many, that “opposition” to the State’s unlawful use of power will be met with sending the whistleblower to a prison to be “treated”. Here are comments by journalist Norman Scarth on the Report by Dr. Tegwyn Williams (given below) who claims in his report given to court that a person who believes the courts are not operating fairly is certain evidence of “neuro-cognitive damage (brain damage), and a “paranoid delusional disorder (mental illness characterised by fixed false beliefs unamenable to reason of a paranoid nature). He is backed up in this by the recent addition to the DSM-IV (Diagnostic Statistical Manual – Part of the International Classification of Diseases) under the Heading, “Delusional Disorder”. This is provided below the report by Dr Williams.
So if the courts are acting irrationally and we claim they are, the courts simply get a doctor? to certify that we are irrational and lock us up so that the matter as to who is right will never see the light of day! One should read the report first by psychiatrist, Dr Williams and then the comments made by the journalist, Norman Scarth.[RE]
This document concerns a dishonourable judge, Nicholas Cooke QC, & a dishonest psychiatrist, Dr. Tegwyn Williams, in collusion with South Wales Police to pervert the course of justice (among other crimes). Copies are being sent to The Ombudsman for Wales, The Office for Judicial Complaints, HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary, the Health Care Quality Commission, the Royal College of Psychiatrists & the General Medical Council. It is to be hoped the GMC (particularly) will treat this more seriously than they did the brave woman doctor who tried to warn them of the activities of Dr. Harold Shipman. She was warned that her own career could be jeopardised if she persisted with her complaint. And Shipman went on to claim many more victims.
Norman Scarth. Investigative author & publisher.
Comments by Norman Scarth:
A DOCTOR of all people, says that ‘poor writing’ indicates ‘minor cognitive difficulties’.
A minor point perhaps, but Just one sentence in Paragraph 35 of the Report by Dr. Williams lets the cat out of the bag completely! He says,”The risk of Maurice Kirk continuing his (court) action against South Wales Police … is high”. There you have it! Williams is admitting, as plain as plain can be, that the reason for incarcerating Maurice is NOT because Wiiliams thinks he is a violent man, but to prevent him ‘Continuing his actions in the courts’, which is – SUPPOSEDLY – the right of everyone in the land. Judge Cooke, Dr. Williams & South Wales Police are determined to stop Maurice, by fair means or foul.
In Paragraph 39 Dr. Williams writes about, “… the encouragement of others,” Wonder who he means? If Tony Blair, George Bush & Dr. Tegwyn Williams are sane, then I don’t want to be. The latter’s irrational fear that my repeating the words of Lord Denning constitutes a ‘threat’ suggests that he does not understand the English language. How on earth can he understand the human mind?
In Paragraph 40 he says, “Maurice Kirk can return to court for any disposal that the court sees fit.” This apparently is Dr. Williams’ ‘Final Report’. Disposal? Final Report? They are chillingly reminiscent of ‘The Final Solution’.
Subject: RE: Psychiatric report on Maurice Kirk by Dr Tegwyn Williams.
Date: Fri, 23 Oct 2009 12:07:49 +0100
AN EXTRACT FROM THE PSYCHIATRISTS REPORT ON MAURICE KIRK by Dr Williams
“Paragraph 32. Maurice Kirk’s history is complex, convoluted and difficult to understand. The clinical picture appears to be of a man who has always had a background of minor cognitive difficulties, (poor writing and spelling).. He developed a personality characterised by narcissism (abnormal sense of entitlement), grandiosity (believing that normal rules and regulations do not apply to him) and paranoia (believing he is the victim of persecution). He also shows evidence of poor judgement, impetuosity and a willingness to hold himself hostage by way of hunger strike in an attempt to manipulate his environment. Whilst these personality characteristics have undoubtedly overshadowed Maurice Kirk’s life, and probably had a negative effect on his social and family functioning, they appear to have been reasonably stable throughout his life. However, Maurice Kirk and the evidence both suggest that over the past two years his functioning has deteriorated and that his beliefs have become more intense and that his beliefs have become more intense and overwhelming and at times, to no others, and purely act normal. Maurice Kirk now shows clear evidence of some degree of neuro-cognitive damage (brain damage), probably as a result of a combination of normal ageing, previous heavy alcohol misuse and deceleration injuries following plane crashes. The specific area of brain damage affects his ability to monitor and control his behaviour, decreases self awareness, judgement and decision making abilities and have compounded his paranoid beliefs to the extent that when subjected to further stress, his beliefs intensify so that for periods they have a quality of paranoid delusional disorder (mental illness characterised by fixed false beliefs unamenable to reason of a paranoid nature).
“Paragraph 33. With regard to treatment neither Maurice Kirk’s underlying personalities or brain damage will respond to medical intervention. Due to the transient nature of his clearly abnormal beliefs, as opposed to his general paranoid view of the world, it is unlikely that medication will make any significant impact, tough it is impossible to be certain. Appropriate medication has been offered to Maurice Kirk which he has refused.
“Paragraph 34. Clinically it is unclear whether Maurice Kirk’s brain damage is likely to progress. Should it be so his difficulties will become more marked and he will become more obviously disabled. Of particular concern is that this may well involve increasing impulsivity and poor judgement, features which are already apparent.
“Paragraph 35. With regard to risk, risk is always difficult to quantify especially in highly complex cases such as this and it is almost impossible to consider Maurice Kirk’s risk in isolation from those he encourages to act on his behalf. The risk of Maurice Kirk continuing his action against South Wales police and acting in a way that he feels justified to achieve his ends is high, but whether Maurice Kirk himself would be involved in inter personal violence is less, it cannot be discounted nor is the risk that others would act violently with his encouragement. If Maurice Kirk’s condition is progressive, these risks are likely to increase over time.”
“Paragraph 36. I have been asked to give my mind to the issue as to whether or not Maurice Kirk is fit to plead and stand trial. Maurice Kirk clearly understands the nature of the charge and the significance of the plea. However, due to Maurice Kirk’s mental disorder described above, specifically his brain damage and its relationship to self awareness, judgement, decision making, self regulation of behaviour and control of emotions, combined with difficulty in organising and sequencing information, his inability to filter out relevant information and his problems with attention and concentration, his overwhelming perception of himself as being a victim of persecution by the system, all of which are clearly evident in discussions with him concerning the alleged offence, he appears unable to address a specific legal and technical area of law necessary to appropriately conduct his defence.”
“Paragraph 37. Should Maurice Kirk be legally represented in court, I would consider him a fit person to stand trial as a legal representation would be able to focus on the relevant features.
“Paragraph 38. Maurice Kirk’s current clinical presentation is clearly causing major problems for the criminal justice system, though is not of a nature and degree to warrant compulsory treatment. He would, however, benefit from continued contact with mental health services to both monitor his condition and attempt to establish a relationship which would allow other treatment avenues to be explored.
“Paragraph 39. I am aware that my opinion will cause significant difficulties for the court.. I am also aware of the difficulties that the court has had gaining further psychiatric evidence which to a degree is due to Maurice Kirk’s perceived ability to intimidate and threaten those who become involved in his case. Should Maurice Kirk rerquest in patient hospital treatment. I have concerns that a medium secure unit would not be able to provide the degree of procedural security necessary to maintain the safety of its staff, because of the confidentiality of other patients and the necessary security. Should the court wish a second opinion, they may wish to consider instructing a psychiatrist from a high security hospital to assess Maurice Kirk both as to treatment and the environment in which that treatment should take place. I stress that the requirement for conditions of specific security are purely as a result of Maurice Kirk’s communications with the encouragement of others, rather than his clinical presentation.
“Paragraph 40. Maurice Kirk can return to court for any disposal that the court sees fit.”
DSM-IV (Diagnostic Statistical Manual) (See notes at end)
Part of the International Classification of Diseases
(Available in Medical Libraries)
297.1 Delusional Disorder.
Erotomanic Type. … Grandiose Type. … Jealous Type. …
Persecutory Type: This sub-type applies when the central theme of the delusion involves the person’s belief that he or she is being conspired against … .
The focus of the delusion is often on some injustice that must be remedied by legal action (‘querulous paranoia’), & the affected person may engage in repeated attempts to obtain satisfaction by appeal to the courts & other government agencies.
Individuals with persecutory delusions are often resentful & angry, & may resort to violence against those they believe are hurting them.
(Surely a contradiction to the previous sentence, which says that they ‘engage in repeated attempts to obtain satisfaction by appeal to the courts’? …)
… The individual may engage in litigious behaviour, sometimes leading to hundreds of letters of protest to government & judicial officials & many court appearances (again in contradiction to the sentence about ‘resorting to violence’).
Undoubtedly those who persist in looking for the Fair Lady Justice in British courts ARE exceedingly stupid, but is that ‘mental illness’?
Note 1: This stuff was NOT in previous volumes of the DSM. It would appear there has been collusion between lawyers & psychiatrists (Shysters & Shrinks) to put it in DSM IV – for mutual benefit.
Note 2: When finding this in the Medical Library of the University of Leeds, I was with a friend, well aware of what goes on in our courts. We read the page, looked at each other, & agreed, ‘we could not have put it better ourselves’. Those who think they are likely to find justice in a British court are indeed suffering from delusions!