Not to mention not even a real or proven diagnosis. not to mention a reasonable response to having one's personal, civil, and human rights violated so horriblyPervasive refusal syndrome[...]tantamount to blaming the patient for the failure of inappropriate or dangerous treatment.
Unfathomable. An appalling new detail. This whole bunch need to go to jail. They are dangerous criminals.[...]Karina’s new (and now permanent) guardian, was the chief of police in charge of Karina’s district at the time of her removal from home. [..] this appears to be an untenable conflict of interest and one which requires urgent public scrutiny.
Bless this fine journalist for saying all the things that need to be said.The medical, social and legal processes all appear to have defaulted on their statutory duty to protect a highly vulnerable constituent of the Danish state. And – worst of all – no one appears to be accountable.
Outright blackmail. Illegal. Cruel. Idiotic. Double-bind.In a Facebook post by the Justice for Karina Hansen group dated 8 November 2013, it was stated that the family were told by the Chief Physician at the clinic: “if you [the family] don’t agree with and support the treatment Karina have [sic] been put under by the psychiatrist in charge of treatment, Nils Balle Christensen, you will not have access to see Karina.”
Fink is not exactly a positive name either:You have to sympathise. Imagine going through school with the names Nils Balle. What sort of complexes might this induce in a man.
The UK has a similar – though rather more rigorous – independent review process; in this country, it would be very unusual for any psychiatric patient – involuntary or otherwise – to remain as an inpatient for as long as three years.