Mentally ill to be held longer without review
Jun 4, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Sydney Morning Herald
LEADING psychiatrists warn that the civil rights of mentally ill people could be severely eroded by plans to extend the length of time patients may be held in locked wards without legal review.
Crimes and attrocities against the world people.
A month before seeing an attorney would be too long in that the mental health industry could turn the most stable person into a dyfunctional raving lunitic with psychothreapy and mind drugs.
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