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____/ Homer on Thursday 27 Oct 2011 00:58 : \____
> Verily I say unto thee that Chris Ahlstrom spake thusly:
>> herd_watch.txt: MFivw/VQPXg/KpWD/uMJNw.user.speranza.aioe.org
> So, just as I suspected, the prolifically nymshifting Speranza troll is
> in fact Michael "Snit" Glasser, not flatty.
>> He's one sick puppy.
> He's quite literally insane, and an excellent candidate for involuntary
> commitment, which I hear is very easy to obtain in his home state of
> Arizona has one of the least restrictive laws when it comes to detaining
> apparently mentally ill people against their will. Under the state's
> broad involuntary-commitment statute, the government can mandate
> in-patient treatment for anyone determined to be "persistently or
> acutely disabled." That could include a broad range of seemingly
> troubled individuals.
> Arizona also goes farther than many other states in defining who may
> initiate involuntary-commitment proceedings. In Arizona, virtually
> anyone who had suspected that Loughner had mental problems and needed
> help could have filed an application to a state-licensed healthcare
> agency for a court-ordered evaluation. Some states require that the
> application be initiated by someone close to the troubled person, among
> other discrete categories.
> Here's a list of the suitable state-licensed mental health agencies:
> The agency for Prescott, Yavapai county (Glasser's home town) is:
> The Mingus Center
> 636 North Main Street
> Cottonwood, AZ 86326-3725, US
> (928) 639-4440
> Applications welcome.
He said he went to a psychiatrist before, I imagine not wilfully.
There have always been mental cases on planet Earth.
~~ Best of wishes
Dr. Roy S. Schestowitz, Research Fellow
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