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Old January 24th 05, 03:40 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Mike Yates
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Default Alarming?

IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST

Fellow Citizens

Whistleblower Andy McCardle (RIP) died suddenly on the evening of 26
December 2004, in the State Hospital, Carstairs. An inquest must be held. Mr
McCardle (54) had been in good spirits - he was expecting to attend court
this week to secure his release.

On 5 December 2003, the Edinburgh High Court of Justiciary declared that Mr
McCardle's two-year detention in the State Hospital, from 2001, had been
illegal therefore he was "a free man". His freedom was short-lived, though:
no sooner had he stepped outside the court, when he was forced into a van
and taken back to Carstairs - despite the lack of production of any warrant.
A warrant was later produced, dated 4 December 2003, the day before the
Court's declaration.

Mr McCardle complained to the Scottish Legal Services Ombudsman about the
Faculty of Advocates' handling of his complaint against Graham Bell, the
Court-appointed Amicus Curiae (friend of the court) who, although securing
his release, did not present the vital pieces of evidence which would prove
criminality within the State Hospital. The Faculty stated, and the Ombudsman
agreed, that Mr Bell had properly exercised his discretion (not to do so).
In view of this, Mr McCardle had good reason to fear for his life whilst
incarcerated in a State facility whose employees had vested interests in his
demise, and who felt protected from exposure.

The State Hospital's consultant psychiatrist, Dr Lindsay Thomson, held a
care review on 25 November 2004 to assess the effect of forcibly injected
anti-psychotic drugs on Mr McCardle's long-held 'delusional belief'. Dr
Thomson concluded that this 'delusional belief' - of collusion between
Strathclyde Police, named lawyers, court clerks, judges and psychiatrists to
pervert the course of justice by preventing him testifying in court and
producing evidence of State involvement in the illegal drugs trade - was not
cured. She therefore felt duty-bound to continue to hold and treat Mr
McCardle as long as he held such belief.

Was it co-incidence that the legal watchdog website,
Scottishlawyerwatch.org, was unlawfully closed after the Parliamentary and
Health Service Ombudsman read the damning evidence, publicly displayed,
about Mr McCardle's illegal detention and criminality within the State
Hospital? Did Andy McCardle pay the ultimate price for his efforts to expose
the endemic corruption in the legal system, the police, the court service,
the medical profession and the judiciary? Was he, in fact, murdered?

Many questions need to be answered.

Contact details for Dr Thomson:

Dr Lindsay Thomson, Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist
The State Hospital
Carstairs
Lanarkshire ML11 8RP

Tel: 01555 840 293 Ext 446

Dr Lindsay Thomson, Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychiatry, University of
Edinburgh
Department of Psychiatry
Kennedy Tower
Morningside Park
Edinburgh EH10 5HF

Tel: 0131 537 6509
Email:


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Old January 24th 05, 04:01 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Mike Yates
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Posts: 32
Default Posted in Error - Alarming?

Mike Yates wrote:
IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST

Fellow Citizens

Whistleblower Andy McCardle (RIP) died suddenly on the evening of 26
December 2004, in the State Hospital, Carstairs. An inquest must be
held. Mr McCardle (54) had been in good spirits - he was expecting to
attend court this week to secure his release.

On 5 December 2003, the Edinburgh High Court of Justiciary declared
that Mr McCardle's two-year detention in the State Hospital, from
2001, had been illegal therefore he was "a free man". His freedom was
short-lived, though: no sooner had he stepped outside the court, when
he was forced into a van and taken back to Carstairs - despite the
lack of production of any warrant. A warrant was later produced, dated
4 December 2003, the day before the Court's declaration.

Mr McCardle complained to the Scottish Legal Services Ombudsman about
the Faculty of Advocates' handling of his complaint against Graham
Bell, the Court-appointed Amicus Curiae (friend of the court) who,
although securing his release, did not present the vital pieces of
evidence which would prove criminality within the State Hospital. The
Faculty stated, and the Ombudsman agreed, that Mr Bell had properly
exercised his discretion (not to do so). In view of this, Mr McCardle
had good reason to fear for his life whilst incarcerated in a State
facility whose employees had vested interests in his demise, and who
felt protected from exposure.

The State Hospital's consultant psychiatrist, Dr Lindsay Thomson, held
a care review on 25 November 2004 to assess the effect of forcibly
injected anti-psychotic drugs on Mr McCardle's long-held 'delusional
belief'. Dr Thomson concluded that this 'delusional belief' - of
collusion between Strathclyde Police, named lawyers, court clerks,
judges and psychiatrists to pervert the course of justice by
preventing him testifying in court and producing evidence of State
involvement in the illegal drugs trade - was not cured. She therefore
felt duty-bound to continue to hold and treat Mr McCardle as long as
he held such belief.

Was it co-incidence that the legal watchdog website,
Scottishlawyerwatch.org, was unlawfully closed after the Parliamentary
and Health Service Ombudsman read the damning evidence, publicly
displayed, about Mr McCardle's illegal detention and criminality
within the State Hospital? Did Andy McCardle pay the ultimate price
for his efforts to expose the endemic corruption in the legal system,
the police, the court service, the medical profession and the
judiciary? Was he, in fact, murdered?

Many questions need to be answered.

Contact details for Dr Thomson:

Dr Lindsay Thomson, Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist
The State Hospital
Carstairs
Lanarkshire ML11 8RP

Tel: 01555 840 293 Ext 446

Dr Lindsay Thomson, Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychiatry, University
of Edinburgh
Department of Psychiatry
Kennedy Tower
Morningside Park
Edinburgh EH10 5HF

Tel: 0131 537 6509
Email:





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Have fun,
Mike
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http://fonehelp.co.uk - PC support, no fix, no fee!
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Old January 24th 05, 04:05 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Mike Yates
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Posts: 32
Default Sorry

Shouldn't have quoted it all last time.
Not having a good day!
Was actually just sending that to myself (I thought) to keep while I
investigated it for abuse, would you believe...

Doh!!



Mike
 




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