Study Says Electroshock During Pregnancy Is Dangerous to the Baby

Info Document Actions Print this A 2007 study found that electroshock during pregnancy can cause brain damage to the fetus. Study Says Electroshock During Pregnancy Is Dangerous to the Baby Date Published: Jun 02, 2008 01:00 AM Author: Chris Dubey Source: MindFreedom International In 2007, researchers of Maine Medical Center performed a study as to…

Some Detainees Are Drugged For Deportation

Info Document Actions Print this The Washington Post investigated and documented the use of “chemical restraint” on hundreds of immigrants being deported from the USA. Some Detainees Are Drugged For Deportation Date Published: May 14, 2008 01:00 AM Author: Amy Goldstein and Dana Priest | Washington Post Staff Writers Source: Washington Post, A1 http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/nation/specials/immigration/cwc_d4p1.html Immigrants…

New Zealand court “quashes” psychiatrist du Fresne attempt to silence survivor of her own forced electroshock

Info When New Zealand psychiatrist du Fresne tried to stop a TV station from interviewing a survivor of her own forced electroshock, the public was outraged. A court ruled that Dr. du Fresne had no legal leg to stand on. Psychiatrist Stephanie du Fresne forcibly electroshock clients, and then tries to silence them, in The…

Psychiatrist tries to silence forced electroshock survivor

Info Psychiatrist tries to silence forced electroshock survivor In New Zealand, a psychiatrist, Stephanie du Fresne, was administering involuntary electroshock (also known as electroconvulsive therapy). During an outing the recipient of the electroshock went to a TV station and got on national television about her human rights abuse. Dr. du Fresne filed a complaint against…

New Zealand court ruling against psychiatrist Stephanie du Fresne

New Zealand psychiatrist Stephanie du Fresne tried to stop one of her patients from speaking out on national television about involuntary electroshock administered by the doctor. A High Court in New Zealand “quashed” Dr. Fresne’s request, and here’s the court ruling.  tvworks-v-stephanie-du-fresne-electroshock-new-zealand-high-court.pdf