Psychiatry: A fraudulent and dangerous practice.

Info Document Actions Print this New Zealand newspaper covers electroshock hazards. Psychiatry: A fraudulent and dangerous practice. Date Published: May 09, 2007 03:00 AM Author: KAMALA HAYMAN Source: The Press, New Zealand A Christchurch man says “barbaric” electric shock therapy failed to lift his depression but robbed him of treasured memories. David O’Neill’s health deteriorated…

New Zealand TV Station Squashes Censorship by Shock Doctor

Info When a woman who had experienced forced electroshock told her story on a New Zealand television news show, the doctor who had given the involuntary electroshock filed a formal complaint with the TV show, claiming it was the journalist who had violated the woman’s informed consent. Electroshock — also known as electroconvulsive therapy —…

London Telegraph reports “Microchips Implants For Mentally Ill Planned”

Info Document Actions Print this The London Telegraph reports that British Prime Minister Tony Blair seeks to implement radical measures for tackling crime –ranging from monitoring those diagnosed with psychiatric disabilities with radio chips to hormone injections for sex offenders — as part of “new Labour agenda.” The paper also reports that Blair has ordered…