Further jail term for former Royal College of Psychiatrists’ poster boy

Disgraced psychiatrist Ovais Badat, already convicted for supplying cocaine, fraud, and possessing a Class B drug, has been exposed for downloading images of children being abused. A forensic examination of a computer used by Badat revealed evidence of indecent images and videos of children. The former poster boy for the Royal College of Psychiatrists denied wrongdoing but […]

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Another schoolboy suicide linked to ADHD drugs. Do we confront it or let it carry on?

When writing about a subject that’s difficult to confront, it’s possible that the content could be ignored or avoided. But what do you do when the subject involves schoolchildren dying while taking psychiatric drugs? A psychiatric label or ‘disorder’ usually gets diagnosed before the introduction of the drugs. So it is with the psychiatric label Attention […]

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A grandmother’s dilemma – to speak out, or bite her tongue while she watches her granddaughter get worse under psychiatric ‘care’

This is the true story of a brave grandmother who has decided to speak out against psychiatric oppression. The names of the people involved have been changed at this point to protect their identities. What can I do? She was just a 13-year-old girl when it all went wrong with her parents. No-one listened to […]

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CCHR UK: You’ll never walk alone

“All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent” – Thomas Jefferson Newspaper articles often trumpet the ‘wonders’ of modern day psycho-parmaceutical research that have been developed for the treatment of individuals labelled with psychiatric ‘disorders.’ They sound reasonable. They sound convincing – science again conquers our material […]

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ECT violates the doctor’s pledge to uphold the Hippocratic Oath and “Do no harm”

The torturous psychiatric ‘treatment’ ECT (electro-convulsive therapy) has been in the news again. Aberdeen researchers, led by psychiatrist Ian Reid, have been attempting to give ECT a jolt in an attempt to make it acceptable, despite its roots in a Rome slaughterhouse. The researchers have claimed ECT, otherwise known as shock treatment, works by “turning down” […]

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