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Complaint Review: Michael and Barbara Biasotti - Select State/Province

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Promoting forced psychiatry in the New Your times ! , they don't have a clue.

WE want to hear the daughters side of the story   !!

Hear is what a victim of forced psychiatry have to say about it

http://www.yourepeat.com/watch/?v=JkdaUWeausg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkdaUWeausg

Take a few pills or the injection YOURSELF and tell us what you think.

 

 

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#1 Author of original report

Depot injection robs artist of her creativity

AUTHOR: Drugraped - ()

POSTED: Tuesday, August 06, 2013

Depot injection robs artist of her creativity and she talks about it here.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBJBMXw7-fw

You won't see her voice in the New York Times article.

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#2 Author of original report

You don't get a JURY TRIAL before your sentanced to a drug rape by psychiarty with kendra's law

AUTHOR: Drugraped - ()

POSTED: Sunday, August 04, 2013

 Jeanski wrote

"Conclusions: Outpatient commitment under Kendra's Law in New York State is associated with a reduced risk of arrest. The coercion necessitated by application of the law may forestall, at least for some people, the potentially more potent and consequential coercion they would have experienced in the criminal justice system."

The criminal justice system doesnt drug rape people with neuroleptics.

You don't get a JURY TRIAL before your sentanced to forced drug rapes by psychiatry with kendra's law

Getting locked up and force drug raped by psychaitry is better for people cause the MAY get in trouble some day ??

These drugs psychiatry rapes with cause anhedonia , anhedonia is defined as the inability to experience pleasure from activities usually found enjoyable, e.g. exercise, hobbies, music, sexual activities or social interactions. While earlier definitions of anhedonia emphasized pleasurable experience, more recent models have highlighted the need to consider different aspects of enjoyable behavior, such as motivation or desire to engage in an activity ("motivational anhedonia"), as compared to the level of enjoyment of the activity itself ("consummatory anhedonia").

The slang is "the pills make me a zombie".

Thats why people must be forced and coerced to take them. TRY A FEW PILLS OR AN INJECTION YOURSELF THEN COME WRITE HERE ABOUT THIS SUBJECT OF FORCED DRUGGING.

Bodily integrity is the inviolability of the physical body and emphasises the importance of personal autonomy and the self-determination of human beings over their own bodies. It considers the violation of bodily integrity as an unethical infringement, intrusive and  criminal.

The UN calls it torture, psychiatry calls it treatment when they do it.

We see another use of force to violate bodily integrity in service of a government interest in the forced-feeding of detainees at Guantanamo. In our purportedly post-torture Guantanamo, hunger strikers continue to be fed against their will through tubes inserted in their noses and pushed down their throats. Those with the strength to physically resist are restrained in a “feeding chair.” I can think of few greater violations of a person’s human dignity than being strapped down and forcibly penetrated by government actors, depriving you of your meager means of protest and last shred of physical autonomy.

Michael and Barbara Biasotti , let your child tell her story of psychiatric drugging. DARE YOU

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#3 Author of original report

Collateral damage

AUTHOR: Drugraped - ()

POSTED: Sunday, August 04, 2013

I was one of these "revolving door psychiatric patients" in and out of the psych hospital as the drugs made me sick over and over, just like many of the people I was in the hospital with each time who due to the effects like in ssri stories or withdrawal reactions of all the psych meds that I was given that were keeping me sick all those years.

I was drug raped behind locked doors after falling for psychiatry's lies and trustingly taking there pills that did nothing but make me sick for years as more pills were piled on to treat the bad effects of the pills before them.

Why do we have so many "revolving door psychiatric patients" ?

All psychiatric drugs  cause withdrawal reactions, including the antidepressants, stimulants, tranquilizers, antipsychotic drugs, and “mood stabilizers” such as lithium. When the individual’s condition grows markedly worse within days or weeks of stopping the psychiatric drug, this is almost always due to withdrawal reactions. However, misinformed doctors and misled parents, teachers, and patients think this is evidence that the individual “needs” the drug even more when what the patient really needs is time to overcome the drug’s contrary effects on the brain and body.

Its rare anyone gets a chance to recover to overcome the drug’s contrary effects on the brain and body, its always drugs drugs and more drugs when psych drugs make you sick.

The 'find the right meds' scam. Its always blame the withdrawal reactions on the so called illness itself. Blame the victim. This is just like the DRUGGING OF FOSTER KIDS this "Kendras law". Just like it. Throwing people in the psychiatric trash can of nueroleptic drugs.

Check it out 20/20: Generation Meds (Foster Children Being Over Medicated)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52edzID_CwA

Tell me about studies, studies by the same people that drug these kids ? My writing skills might suck but listen to the victims of psychiatric drugging themselves, the collateral damage, the kids themselves. Michael and Barbara Biasotti , let your child tell her story of psychiatric drugging. DARE YOU.

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#1 Consumer Comment

responses

AUTHOR: Jeanski - ()

POSTED: Sunday, August 04, 2013

In response to Francesca:  the tenant was also a friend of the family. During one of his lucid moments we explained to him that we believed him to be a threat when he was not medicated. We didn’t “force” him. We only insisted that he take them if he wanted to remain in our apartment. He really wanted to stay, so he took the meds. He made a conscious choice based on information from people he trusted (which isn’t easy for a paranoid schizophrenic). He came to live with us after being evicted from a halfway house for the mentally ill because he became loud and violent.  This was about 15 years ago, long before Kendra’s Law. And you know what? Today, he lives independently in another town nearer his family with whom he’s been able to re-establish relationships (thanks to the meds).

In response to Terminator:  I found these three articles (among many) in the medical literature.  There were a lot more but I don’t have that kind of time. The opposing viewpoints, however, focused on ethics, not outcomes. Sure, the ethics are sticky. Everyone has the basic right to make decisions about their own care. But I stick to my original statement that the seriously mentally ill are not usually in the best position to make a decision. If they were thinking rationally, they probably wouldn’t be ill.

Appelbaul, P., S. (2005). Law & Psychiatry: Assessing Kendra's Law: Five Years of Outpatient Commitment in New York. Psychiatric Services, 56(7), 791-2.

His findings:  Over the roughly five years covered by the study, more than 10,000 persons were referred to county-level assisted outpatient treatment coordinators for assessment of their eligibility (9). Of those, petitions were filed for 4,041 and granted in 93 percent of cases. Almost two-thirds of the patients who were subject to a court order had their commitments renewed after the first six months, for an average commitment period of 16 months. Committed patients had a mean age of 38 years and tended to be male, to have never married, to have a psychotic disorder, and to have substance use problems. Non-Hispanic blacks were disproportionately represented in the committed group, a finding that has already aroused concern (12). Over the three years before commitment, 97 percent of patients had been hospitalized, 30 percent arrested, 23 percent incarcerated, and 19 percent homeless.

Outcomes were assessed at six months by clinicians who were involved in the patients' treatment; data were available for 2,745 people. Compared with the situation before commitment, rates of involvement in services had increased markedly--for example, for case management, 100 percent compared with 53 percent; for medication management, 88 percent compared with 66 percent; and for substance abuse services, 40 percent compared with 24 percent. Problems in self-care and community living dropped by 23 percent on average, and comparable improvements were seen in other functional domains. Harmful behaviors dropped by 44 percent, including a 47 percent decrease in physical harm to others. Arrest, incarceration, psychiatric hospitalization, and homelessness all dropped by between 74 percent and 87 percent. It seems clear that, as a group, patients did better with assisted outpatient treatment than they had previously.

Link, B., et al. (2011).  Arrest Outcomes Associated With Outpatient Commitment in New York State. Psychiatric Services, 62(5), 504-8

Conclusions: Outpatient commitment under Kendra's Law in New York State is associated with a reduced risk of arrest. The coercion necessitated by application of the law may forestall, at least for some people, the potentially more potent and consequential coercion they would have experienced in the criminal justice system.

Swartz, M. S. et al. (2010). Assessing Outcomes for Consumers in New York's Assisted Outpatient Treatment Program. Psychiatric Services, 61(10) 976-81

Findings: Consumers who received court orders for AOT appeared to experience a number of improved outcomes: reduced hospitalization and length of stay, increased receipt of psychotropic medication and intensive case management services, and greater engagement in outpatient services.

These laws exist only to force drugs into people's bodies…. Not true. They exist primarily to protect the public, which means the mentally ill must be treated. That typically includes medication, true, but it also REQUIRES that the state provide ancillary outpatient services as well. Do you have any idea how easy it is for someone to fall through the cracks of the bureaucracy? Kendra’s Law makes it far more difficult for case managers to just “street” someone who truly needs help.

 

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#1 General Comment

Response to Jeanski

AUTHOR: Terminator - ()

POSTED: Sunday, August 04, 2013

Jeanski said:

 

"Kendra’s Law is not a draconian rule that forces our will on the mentally ill. In fact, of the 650,000 individuals OMH treats for mental-health issues, only the sickest of the sick — 1,800 individuals — are affected by it. And of those, 81% reported that the law helps them get and stay well. (from the NY Times, although I can't verfy the data). In addition, Kendra's Law REQUIRES state mental health agencies to stay involved and monitor the clients who most need their help. So the law really does benefit everyone.  Numerous studies published in the repectable medical journals strongly support the idea that Kendra's Law works."

 Cite the studies. There have been other studies that show it doesn't work. Not to mention it is clear that these laws destroy lives. Tom Burns, oxford psychiatrist who formerly lobbied for these laws in the UK has come out against these types of laws. The 'survey' you half cited, the '81%' garbage, can be easily shown to have been a survey completed under legal duress. These laws exist only to force drugs into people's bodies, so they are draconian. If you're agaiinst human rights you're against human rights, whatever. People affected by these laws will continue to fight your efforts to take away their basic human rights and humanity. The pathetic argument that the law 'REQUIRES agencies to stay involved', is like touting the criminal law for its AMAZING REQUIREMENT that not only does the person get sentenced to prison, the state is REQUIRED to provide a prison cell. It's a pathetic argument that people see through. 

 

 

 

 

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#4 Author of original report

Michael and Barbara Biasotti , let your child tell her story of psychiatric drugging

AUTHOR: Drugraped - ()

POSTED: Sunday, August 04, 2013

 I put my story  here, look for it.

This website is a collection of 4,800+ news stories with the full media article available, mainly criminal in nature, that have appeared in the media (newspapers, TV, scientific journals)  or that were part of FDA testimony in either 1991, 2004 or 2006, in which antidepressants are mentioned.

http://ssristories.com/

 

Me ? Im just one more person screwed up by psychiatric medication that had all the bad reactions blamed on my so called illness.

Michael and Barbara Biasotti , let your child tell her story of psychiatric drugging. DARE YOU.

 

 

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#2 General Comment

Medicating Landlord?

AUTHOR: Francesca Allan - ()

POSTED: Sunday, August 04, 2013

 You insisted that your tenant take meds? Were you in a position to do that? Is this legal in your part of the world? This is bizarre.

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#2 Consumer Comment

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AUTHOR: Jeanski - ()

POSTED: Sunday, August 04, 2013

Wow - where to begin..... OK, I watched the video you posted. The young man who spoke was very articulate and able to describe his experience with "forced" psychiatry. However, having worked with the mentally ill for many years, I can assure you he is the exception. Most mentally ill people whose illness is severe enough to warrant "forced" psychiatry are NOT in the best position to make decisions regarding their care.

This is what Mrs. Biasotti had to say about her daughter: “She would make threats to other people, threatening to get a gun, shoot people, threatening to shoot herself,” said Ms. Biasotti, a school psychologist who met Mr. Biasotti, police chief in New Windsor, N.Y., when her daughter kept landing at the police station. “She couldn’t stand hearing the voices. She drove into a couple of telephone poles. She ran in front of a tractor-trailer truck on a fairly busy two-lane highway. She was self-medicating with street drugs. She’s cut her wrists. She would go after people in the street. It was really, really bad.”

If this girl was MY daughter, I'd force medication on her too.

The NY Times is reporting on stories referencing "Kendra's Law", named after Kendra Webdale was pushed to her death on the New York City subway tracks by a man with untreated schizophrenia in 1999.

Kendra’s Law is not a draconian rule that forces our will on the mentally ill. In fact, of the 650,000 individuals OMH treats for mental-health issues, only the sickest of the sick — 1,800 individuals — are affected by it. And of those, 81% reported that the law helps them get and stay well. (from the NY Times, although I can't verfy the data). In addition, Kendra's Law REQUIRES state mental health agencies to stay involved and monitor the clients who most need their help. So the law really does benefit everyone.  Numerous studies published in the repectable medical journals strongly support the idea that Kendra's Law works.

We once rented an apartment to a man we knew had paranoid schizophrenia. When medicated, he was gentle, kind, and his true intelligence shone through. Without medication, he was delusional, paranoid and physically violent.  Being medicated helped him hold down a job, integrate better into society and create a circle of friends, and generally enjoy life better.  But during these times he would often think he was "cured" and stop taking the meds. Thus began a downward spiral which only ended when we insisted he take the meds.

Apparently you've been the victim of "forced" psychiatry. I'd be interested in hearing your side of the story.

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#5 Author of original report

Michael and Barbara Biasotti , let your child tell her story of psychiatric drugging

AUTHOR: Drugraped - ()

POSTED: Saturday, August 03, 2013

 

 

Dare you.

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