North Carolina Commits $4M for Telepsychiatry
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#1 Aug 22, 2013
The Danger of having a Republican (ALEC) politician.
1 out of 6 males in jail or prison and the mental Health mind drugging and counseling is at an alarming rate to the cost of Federal and State money.
Even more profits when the billing for the Mental Health industry (no science) comes for Telepsychiatry and enters the government Judiciary as a private firm. It will be like the probation scam.
No wonder the DSM-5 was corrupted with what constitutes normal personality, if any, behavior by the Mental Health Industry.
Here is the agenda of the Mental Health in the take over of the Judiciary Branch of government (by state) on the problem the industry caused in the USA.(Drug America) This is a similar takeover to what happen in the Public School System.
Mental Health Courts
Mental Health Court by links
#2 Aug 24, 2013
Mental health court ? You have to be kidding but your not.
How can America be falling for this scam ?
Listen to the sound of that "Mental health court". Is this where your mental health goes on trial ? Sounds like 1984 !
Keep posting this stuff HS , America and the world needs to wake up and take a look at whats going on.
100s of billions of dollars spent every year and no results but an epidemic of chronic sickness caused by the drugging itself.
Wake up America !
#4 Sep 1, 2013
Thanks for the acknowledgement in your responding post..
Not posted was the reason for the mental Health Industry wanting the Psychologist to be licensed in all states to dispense pharmaceutical mind drugs and the advancement of Behavior clinics across the country along with Telepsychiatry.
The Nursing homes for the aged and disabled should not be overlooked.
Interesting is the Maryland Nursing homes under the control of the Carlyle Industry. The Carlyle group was best known for the financial opportunities of the Bush and Bin Laden family in the 1990 to 2000 years.
The program of Telepsychiatry that links a patient with a psychiatrist somewhere in the State(s) for a remote consultation can only be considered a threat to the Judiciary principles (if any) and the unfortunate individual that has to go through the long term process.
In the past years (2008 - 2009): We have seen forced federal mental health parity legislation that requires health insurance companies to pay for mental health treatment that was not discussed under the normal debate by our Congressional elected officials.
The Mental Health Parity Act was attached under the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 as another Mental Health Industry "dirty deal" that was pushed and tied the Congressional hands of Congress in the law making on the issue.
#5 Sep 1, 2013
U.S. judges admit to jailing children for money
PHILADELPHIA | Thu Feb 12, 2009 5:36pm EST
(Reuters)- Two judges pleaded guilty on Thursday to accepting more than $2.6 million from a private youth detention center in Pennsylvania in return for giving hundreds of youths and teenagers long sentences.
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Judges Mark Ciavarella and Michael Conahan of the Court of Common Pleas in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, entered plea agreements in federal court in Scranton admitting that they took payoffs from PA Childcare and a sister company, Western PA Childcare, between 2003 and 2006.
"Your statement that I have disgraced my judgeship is true," Ciavarella wrote in a letter to the court. "My actions have destroyed everything I worked to accomplish and I have only myself to blame."
Conahan, who along with Ciavarella faces up to seven years in prison, did not make any comment on the case.
When someone is sent to a detention center, the company running the facility receives money from the county government to defray the cost of incarceration. So as more children were sentenced to the detention center, PA Childcare and Western PA Childcare received more money from the government, prosecutors said.
Teenagers who came before Ciavarella in juvenile court often were sentenced to detention centers for minor offenses that would typically have been classified as misdemeanors, according to the Juvenile Law Center, a Philadelphia nonprofit group.
One 17-year-old boy was sentenced to three months' detention for being in the company of another minor caught shoplifting.
Others were given similar sentences for "simple assault" resulting from a schoolyard scuffle that would normally draw a warning, a spokeswoman for the Juvenile Law Center said.
The Constitution guarantees the right to legal representation in U.S. courts. But many of the juveniles appeared before Ciavarella without an attorney because they were told by the probation service that their minor offenses didn't require one.
Marsha Levick, chief counsel for the Juvenile Law Center, estimated that of approximately 5,000 juveniles who came before Ciavarella from 2003 and 2006, between 1,000 and 2,000 received excessively harsh detention sentences. She said the center will sue the judges, PA Childcare and Western PA Childcare for financial compensation for their victims.
"That judges would allow their greed to trump the rights of defendants is just obscene," Levick said.
The judges attempted to hide their income from the scheme by creating false records and routing payments through intermediaries, prosecutors said.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court removed Ciavarella and Conahan from their duties after federal prosecutors filed charges on January 26. The court has also appointed a judge to review all the cases involved.
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