On Wed, 18 Apr 2001 23:59:42 -0400, Mike Krotz
<[email protected]> wrote:
> An important point was made, by of all sources... a clambot.
> Regarding involuntary commitment to psychiatric facilities.
> I said:
> In Florida it is commonly called the "Baker Act."
> If this had been invoked in Lisa McPherson's case after the
> auto accident, chances are very good that she would still be
> alive today.
The "very good" probability would be around 0.99 I bet (that is, a near certainty). Just imagine what would have happened if the crime cult had seen to it that lady McPherson had received proper mental health care when she first showed signs of mental illness, some 10 months PRIOR to the cult tying her to a bed and killing her.... 1) Millions of words critical of the cult would never have hit the newspapers throughout the world. 2) Hundreds of television and radio hours would never have been dedicated to discuss the crimes the cult engages in. 3) Dozens of web sites critical of the crime cult would not exist. 4) The crime cult would not have spent tens of millions of dollars on damage control. 5) Keith Henson would not have allegedly exposed the crime cult's (NOTs34) which prove that the crime cult practices medicine without a license. 6) Membership in the crme cult would have decreased much more slowly than it currently is. 7) Bob Minton would not have become a hero. 8) Keith Henson would not have become a hero. 9) Mark Bunker would not have become a hero. 10) Stacey Brooks, Jesse Prince, The Barnes, the Woodcrafts, the McClaughrys, and a dozen other important witnesses would never be testifying about Scientology's crimes. The death of McPherson has probaby cost the cult well over one hundred million dollars already in damage cntrol and loss of income. If the crime cult had only granted Lisa McPherson her inalienable human right to acquire health services when she needed them, the crime cult could have been spared all this. The Baker Act should have been applied: it would have saved her life; it would have saved the crime syndicate a lot of grief; it would have prevented dozens of people like Henson and Minton from having to stand up and subject themselves to victimization by protesting that needless, senseless death.