After the incident here
In 2009, I was MHA because a guy claiming to have family in the East Rochester police department, Said I stole his pills and someone claimed that I said I was going to kill myself. I was friends with his girlfriend and I needed a place to keep my stuff and a place to stay. I remember one of the nights I was staying there listing in to a conversation between that guy and one of his freinds, when they thought I was asleep, and what they said involved setting me up and taking my stuff.
The police met up with the Fairport police "who really don't like me" right around the border. They where very aggressive and threatened something, "to smash my face in?" if i didn't anwser there questions and then brought me to Strong Memorial Hospital. when I got there i dident go to the ER but the ward area, people looked extremely whacked out. there where weired body motions in those few individuals. It was open you could walk around. In the bathroom I looked for cameras, I didn't see any. when I went to walk out the lady behind the glass windows signaled me with her phone like she was going to take a picture. At the time i wasn't aware that they couldn't watch you with cameras in the bathroom. I guess only the fbi can do that.
When I talked to the psychologist he intentionally mistranscribed a small detail to make me look like i had homicidal behavior in the past. after talking to him i took a nap. when i woke up this guy was talking to me and told me some crap based on what the other nurses said, this time it was really short he just wanted me to sign another paper, he stated that they wouldent let me out of the hospital ever if i dident sign it. that they would do something to me that involved electroshock. I signed it, real clearly Dont agree. he was in a scuttle and didn't even read what I signed. the paper said nasa experiment, said something about a brain implant, and had directions as to how to get somewhere.
as usual they let me right back out of the hospital.
I believe this is authority abuse and abuse of a patient.