On Sat, 15 Jul 2000 06:01:06 GMT, [email protected] (Shy David
>One set that I have looked over is the pseudo-medical records that her
>chiropractor kept. It shows Ms. McPherson receiving "adjustments and
>suppliments" three times a month (from $30 to $50 a visit) for over
>two years. Those "treatments" were not helping her, but she continued
>to go to the chiropractor. She also had a bad tooth that needed
>pulling, and she called the chiropractor for that too (four .TIF files
>show telephone notes). She continued to have problems "standing
>straight" due to pain in her back, plus dizzy spells.
Lisa's chiropracter Ducuyper [sp?], an ot 8, did 2 amazingly cruel things imho: 1) in April she says she spoke alone to Lisa when Lisa looked depressed. Lisa talked openly about suicide. The good doctore did NOTHING about this, according to her testimony. 2) when Lisa decided to switch doctors, Ducuyper tried to put Lisa into a lower condition! And on top of that, she never told Lisa directly! Wow, such caring, loving individuals Scientologists are, eh? When a Scientology staffer used a syringe to force a mixture of aspirin, Benadryl and orange juice into McPherson's throat while others held her down, it was "spiritual sustenance," the church argues.