- Katherine Jaconello
- November 10, 2012 - 08:42
Of course, Dr. Craig met the standards of care. That is the problem - the standards of care. The public has to realize that "the standards of care" will only change when they educate themselves on the fraud of psychiatry and DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT. Otherwise, we can welcome a totalitarian regime of citizen informants, psychotropic drugging enforced by the police and courts or, as here, forced withdrawal without proper vitamin support, emotional support and attention to the terrible symptoms of withdrawal, and forced ECT coming down the line soon. Psychiatry is supported by the taxpayer. Taxpayer, beware. This is just a symptom of the heinous experimentation on people by authorities. Please - inform yourselves and cry out against it.
- November 06, 2012 - 06:30
Is there a way to throw this government out, this government is heartless, cold, uncontrollable, mouth pieces. They don't give a dam about the people of this province. Its all smoking mirrors and its going to get worst.
- T G H
- November 05, 2012 - 19:51
I personally, think that Dr. Craig deserves a very humble apology. He has been dragged through the media with his name and professional integrity in question. I have been of the impression that he is a hard working individual in a very difficult environment.
- November 05, 2012 - 14:22
this is complete bull... just another peer protecting one of his own, id like to see him suffering from withdrawl of being cut off medications that another of his peers has deemed medically necessary, cold turkey, and having to suffer this with an already exacerbated level of stress due to being confined to an institution..... i hope the people of this province can agree to disagree with the findings of this report.