Friday, May 30, 2014

Battery isn't confined to George Pearson Centre

Much like what happened to me at George Pearson Centre on 22 October 2013 The police refused to charge the staff for battery and imprisonment. And staff said it was my fault (GPC assaulted me and imprisoned both Randy and I) and I got banned. Every health care worker including management every six month should have to take psych tests to make sure that they are still suitable for their work. Also hospitals should all have video cameras everywhere and let the patient or family member decide if he wants privacy or not and not the union. When you work you have no privacy, you have exchanged your person for an hourly wage.



Staff at Forensic Psychiatric Hospital in Port Coquitlam accused of abuse

Vancouver, BC, Canada / (CKNW AM) AM980
Charges of battery have been leveled against more than  a dozen staff at the Forensic Psychiatric Hospital in Port Coquitlam.
Last summer, a disabled patient at the hospital witnessed another patient become violently ill in the open area of the facility.
According to documents filed in BC Supreme Court, the man was calling out for help for the ill patient, but when it didn’t appear to be coming, he became increasingly agitated and demanding.
In response, the documents say as many as 16 male staff at the hospital emerged and took the disabled man to the ground after shackling him.
The injuries are said to be many.
His lawyer says it amounts to “gratuitous violence and deviates from community standards.”
He’s suing for damages.

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