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Website that helps victims sue abusive psych hospitals

Postby Copy_Cat » Mon Jun 12, 2017 4:19 pm

"Our goal is to assemble as many plaintiffs as possible so that we can engage the best lawyers and approach the courts as a team effort. You have nothing to lose, except the fear, pain, and anger you have felt since they abused you."

http://sanerights.org/

The statute of limitations on my case has run out but I can still deliver some justice to those psychiatric hellholes by helping others organize. I need to contact this website myself.
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Re: Website that helps victims sue abusive psych hospitals

Postby epthe » Mon Jun 12, 2017 4:39 pm

What is the statute of limitations on something like this?

It's a great idea!

HIT them where it hurts: their money.
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Re: Website that helps victims sue abusive psych hospitals

Postby Copy_Cat » Mon Jun 12, 2017 7:17 pm

epthe wrote:What is the statute of limitations on something like this?


There are so many variables it is impossible to say. Statutes of limitations for filing medical malpractice claims vary by state. Most states have a maximum deadline to file a claim. Several states make exceptions to their filing deadlines for cases involving fraud or other dishonest behavior, a psychiatric specialty.

Medical malpractice, civil rights violating, insurance and billing fraud... the list of crimes perpetrated by the psychiatric industry is certainly a long one.

I did not get a hearing for weeks , although by law I should have had one within five days of being hospitalized. That is unlawful imprisonment.

They wrote suicidal and bipolar on my medical records. I never said anything about suicide, all I wanted was detoxification from alcohol. I woke up so sick. I had been drinking every day for about 2 weeks after getting stressed out and picking it up again, a relapse. Instead of going to the store to buy more alcohol to avoid painful withdrawals shakes and anxiety I went to the ER and asked for alcohol detoxification. I was transported to a psych facilty owned by "Universal Health Services"

I put some of the story in the comments on MIA where I found this website. I also put a link back to our forum https://www.madinamerica.com/2017/06/political-abuse-psychiatry-america/

Anyway how can they accuse me of bipolar ? They knew nothing about me and you can't make a bipolar diagnosis hours into alcohol withdrawal. And "suicidal", how does saying to oneself this alcohol is killing me I need help qualify as "suicidal" ? There was no reason for an involetary lockup. I learned my lesson about relapse, I wanted off the booze and to get back to the gym and my AA meetings.

But this is how UHS hospitals make there money, lies and fraud. See https://www.buzzfeed.com/rosalindadams/intake

I wrote about the inpatient abuse in the comments of the MIA story, it was a wicked nightmare. They wanted me on all these nueroleptics and mood pills and I rejected that. I was doing so well at the gym lifting and feeling great before my foolish alcohol relapse now they want to take that all away and make me into sick mental patient on a high powered multi drug cocktail , no thanks.

If I just took the drugs, followed orders and subjected my body to that crap when the nightmare was over I would be in the same place but instead of alcohol withdrawal I would have to endure the wicked insomnia and anxiety of getting off all the brain disabling zombie downer anhedoina crap they would have saturated me with.

My rejection of "treatment" resulted in the usual threats of assault and needle penetration rape drug injection threats. And of course my reaction to these barbarians and their very scary threats were labelled "symptoms of the illness".

I bet if I caught one of the staff alone on the street with some of my friends standing by ready to assault if they did not cooperate and said I was going to stick a needle in them and inject drugs their reaction would also include "rapid speech" and "agitation".

If readers have in their mind a situation where I was being aggressive and brought the nightmare on myself that is completely wrong. All I did is say that massive drug cocktail they prescibed without even talking to me (and that did not include medication for alcohol withdrawal) was too much and I was not taking it.

I am not a stupid person, talk loud and use aggressive body language they assault you and do a needle penetration rape injection and I knew that. Saw them do it to others, constant violence in that hellhole so I quietly said everything I had to say.
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Re: Website that helps victims sue abusive psych hospitals

Postby Riccola » Tue Jun 13, 2017 5:25 am

Copy_Cat wrote:"Our goal is to assemble as many plaintiffs as possible so that we can engage the best lawyers and approach the courts as a team effort. You have nothing to lose, except the fear, pain, and anger you have felt since they abused you."

http://sanerights.org/

The statute of limitations on my case has run out but I can still deliver some justice to those psychiatric hellholes by helping others organize. I need to contact this website myself.


From your link, a nice presentation and very spot on in many ways:

http://sanerights.org/mental-health-cla ... eshow.html

Basically its saying you need to be rich in order to gain closure. This is why we need change as everyone is entitled to human rights, consent, and humane treatment in a system free of corruption.
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Re: Website that helps victims sue abusive psych hospitals

Postby Copy_Cat » Tue Jun 13, 2017 4:52 pm

Riccola wrote:Basically its saying you need to be rich in order to gain closure. This is why we need change as everyone is entitled to human rights, consent, and humane treatment in a system free of corruption.


I don't think you need to be rich to get closure just determined.

"You have nothing to lose, except the fear, pain, and anger you have felt since they abused you."

Almost all these facilities have fancy webpages centered around the theme of help hope and caring, they put alot of effort into marketing that theme and when someone comes along and posts complaints with personal testimonials about what really goes on it hurts them.

www.ripoffreport.com
www.pissedconsumer.com

You don't need to be rich to use those. That closure thing is a different story, one thing about posting those complaints is that even if I know intellectually it caused damage to a business its difficult feel it the same way as maybe winning a lawsuit.

They may have had zoning problems but I believe a facility closed partly due to my online information campaign about what they did to me and what was going on. I told you once before about meeting the guy who said to me "I was going to go to that place but my wife read some stuff online". I just laughed and said dude I am the one that wrote that stuff !! And nothing they could do like sue me for libel, truth hurts. How many other peoples families read what I put online and went elsewhere ?

Anyway I got closure or at least took part in the "closing", lol.
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Re: Website that helps victims sue abusive psych hospitals

Postby KINDNESSTHERAPY » Tue Jun 13, 2017 8:06 pm

In the past I posted on this forum how an individual, any individuals and or many individuals etc... could sue these -HELL HOLES- acting -PRO SE-.... These lawsuits would cost -YOU- next to nothing and cost those -HELL HOLES- a lot of money etc.... -YOU- would also get free help from many law firms etc... Get off your asses and try to stop this -LIVING HELL- that -YOU- are forced to deal with.... Thank You....
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Re: Website that helps victims sue abusive psych hospitals

Postby Copy_Cat » Wed Jun 14, 2017 4:12 am

KINDNESSTHERAPY ! Long time no see.
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