I’ve posted several diaries  sharing my own experience of illegal detention and hospitalization, and received mixed responses.  Some believe my ordeal, others don’t.  Many people, I’m certain, don’t want to believe that this could happen here.

I’m asking you to consider the ordeal of others who have had a similar experience.

Consider the case of Darlene Early, a paralegal in Albany, NY.  She publicly displayed a cardboard protest sign on a vehicle that was legally parked in space she had leased.  As a result of her action, Ms. Early was arrested, forcibly hospitalized and forcibly sedated.  What I find most disturbing about her account is the journalists comments at the end of the article:
“According to recent reports, in an attempt to counteract increasing political activism and dissent with government, in an attempt to stifle public opposition and attempts at reform, police agencies nationwide are simply levying false charges against their critics, labeling them “mental” in an attempt to not only discredit them but to “teach them a lesson.”.
June Maxam, North Country Gazette, 10-25-05

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I’m sure there are other cases out there similar to Ms. Early’s, and I’m also certain people are afraid to come forward out of fear of being stigmatized.One simply has to look to the former Soviet Union for multiple examples of how a police-controlled government systematically represses it’s citizens.  Consider the case of Edil Baisalov, a human right’s activist in Kyrgyzstan. In 2003, Mr. Baisalov was forcibly hospitalized for three days prior to his scheduled speaking engagement with a U.S. non-profit that promotes democracy abroad.  An account of his ordeal is available at: [http://www.eurasianet.org/departments/civilsociety/articles/eav031403.shtml]

You can also read more about Mr. Baisalov at:

Another case of forced hospitalization involved activist Yelena Urlaeva  of  Uzbekistan

Still a disbeliever?  Perhaps you think this is just another “batty, liberal conspiracy theory.”  You don’t have to be an activist to receive the above mentioned treatment.  Consider this; Coral Ridge Psychiatric Hospital in Fort Lauderdale, FL  has sent “bounty hunters” to involuntarily commit senior citizens,  whom they deem to have “mental illness.”  What’s  the hook?  Medicare reimbursed the hospital up to $700/day per patient [http://seniors-site.com/fraudm/forced.html]

 In August of 2004, under the direction of the FBI, I was kidnapped, hospitalized and  forcibly sedated.  This occurred for several reasons, one of which is that my Pakistani neighbor had confided in me that he was being used by the FBI to bait potential terrorists to our apartment complex. You can read about my ordeal at


I know my account probably reads like a  movie of the week, and I’m sure there are parts that people will find unbelievable.  However I ask you to consider this; at the time  my ordeal occurred, I was living in a diverse city with people from all over the world, Atlanta, Georgia.  Many people in my neighborhood were of Arab descent, Jewish, African etc.  My apartment complex was under heavy surveillance  Despite this, I was too involved in my own life, like so many other Americans, to notice what was unfolding around me.   If after reading my account, you still don’t believe me, then I invite you to spend some quality time in a densely populated ethnic neighborhood in any U.S. city.  I guarantee you that you will encounter an undercover agent, or two and not even realize it.  Or you could move into an apartment complex populated with several foreign neighbors.  And if you’re  really lucky, you might even move in right next door to the resident undercover agents.  Then you to could possibly have your human rights violated, and if you are fortunate enough to live through that, your life will then be changed forever!



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