Sunday, November 4, 2007

Court Cannot Settle a Clinical Controversy

The imposition of one side of a clinical controversy at the point of the gun of the court violates the procedural due process due right of the defendant to a fair hearing. The Supreme Court, the top of the hierarchy of the criminal cult enterprise that is the lawyer profession, has granted its witnesses in bogus litigation absolute immunity. Defendants and other victims of these bought off witnesses need the protection of Federal legislation allowing them to sue these witnesses for imposing their wrongful testimony.

In this review, the always even handed, up to date, and reasonable, Dr. Henry Nasrallah calls the assessment of suicide rick, controversial. Once that word is used, all litigation involving assessment are frivolous per se. The court has no competence to settle a medical controversy. That settling requires scientific data and not the fairy tale spinning, and overheated persuasion of a trial.

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