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Canada. (SANEPR.com) September 21, 2007 — The chain wielding man who was gunned down recently by a Vancouver policeman is being labeled another psychiatric failure by the Citizens Commission on Human Rights a social reform group established by the Church of Scientology.
Paul Boyd, the luckless victim of the shooting, would not have been “acting-out” and in the position of being shot by police if psychiatry was a real science with proven results. He was treated for 20 years at the hands of psychiatrists and their practices which consist of drugs and electric shock. This fact makes it become obvious that whole area of psychiatry is a proven utter failure.
Psychiatrists such as Dr. Sheldon Zipursky are advertising psychiatry’s failures in an effort to convince the public that their practices are needed in society yet psychiatric treatment victims continue to commit suicide or in Mr. Boyd’s case die at the hands of the police.
The suicidal death of Tyler Lekei, 23, who was diagnosed and “treated“ as a schizophrenic, was another failure. The police believed Lekei was delusional and was considering leaping from the Alex Fraser Bridge. He was assessed at the Surrey Memorial Hospital in Surrey, British Columbia on May 28 and then released the same day. A few days later Lekei killed himself.
St. Paul’s Hospital psychiatrist Dr. Bill Mac Ewan demonstrated the incompetence in the psychiatric industry when he stated, “psychiatrists have difficulty judging whether the patient is suicidal, homicidal or unable to care for him or herself — and whether a crisis is imminent”. This actually says it all when describing psychiatry.
Another patient that psychiatry failed is Ellie Boisvert, 56, who left the Eric Martin Pavilion, the psychiatric ward of the Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria, British Columbia on July 29, 2005 on a four to six-hour pass. Ms.Boisvert didn’t return from her pass and was found dead on Aug. 17, 2005 in Layritz Park. Near her body was a suicide note which a police investigation revealed was in Boisvert’s own handwriting. Ms. Boisvert said in the note she didn’t want to spend one more moment in the “EMP.” Nor did she want to continue living as a psychiatric patient growing steadily worse. “It’s not life.”
In only the past year and a half, 18 government warnings by five different countries including Switzerland, England, Canada, the US and Europe have been issued on the previously undisclosed dangers of psychiatric drugs citing side effects of drug dependence, addiction, mania, hostility, aggression, psychosis, suicide and violence. ”
Brian Beaumont, President of the Vancouver chapter of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights said, “Besides the whole field of psychiatry being a pseudo-science and a 100 percent fraud, more than 230 individual psychiatrists world wide have either been criminally convicted or have lost their license to practice due to sexual relations with patients over the past year and a half”.
The Citizens Commission on Human Rights is an international psychiatric watchdog group co-founded in 1969 by the Church of Scientology and Dr. Thomas Szasz, Professor of Psychiatry Emeritus at the State University of New York Upstate Medical University in Syracuse. It’s purpose is to investigate and expose psychiatric violations of human rights.