Stephen Trent; A Brief History
Without Prejudice or Deformation Intent
From the Diary of Mark Trent, Stephen's father.
Stephen Trent Accidents
In 1982 Stephen was six years old He was riding his bike when a car came speeding past.
There was a lot of BEEPING. Stephen was lying on the road he was knocked unconscious. I did not know to not remove him, so I him picked him up quickly took him to the local Dr. Who examined him before others waiting are as it was urgent.
Dr. bandaged he’s head and said if there is any vomiting or pain take him straightway to the hospital.
Stephen slept that night shift I took him of back to the Dr. the next day as instructed, he examined him and bandaged his head again he said see how his schoolwork goes.
Unfortunately Stephen was not able to keep up with the class and a lady who came checking the children said to take him to child guidance for assessment, they said it shouldn't have been so hard for him to learn.
We did this, Stephen was diagnosed with visual and auditory perception of problems learning difficulties. We also took Stephen to child health and an occupational therapist. Stephens’s schoolwork suffered as a result of this accident.
There was a second accident. Stephen was hit by a car this time on his side.
He fell to the ground and could have also hit his head on the grounds as he was knocked down.
We took him to him for a Southport Hospital, but due to a shortage of doctors, we sat there for hours. Eventually a nurse examined him.
He had suffered very bad bruising on his side. No assistance was given to Stephen after this accident, by his high-school, they said there no he needed it.
After that, Stephen could not keep up with his schoolwork or read or write for his age. We believe this is due to the two accidents.
Marriage Problems & Separation
As a result of matrimonial court case after which Stephen's wife and his new born child suddenly left Australia, causing great upset to Stephen. He became very stressed, and was suffering from a lot of headaches.
Stephen consults Dr Norman Hohl, prescribed Mersyndol forte tablets 450mg / 30 mg/ 5 mg 1 nocte p.r.n. + Panadine Forte Tablet 500mg/30mg 1-2 q.i.d. p.r.n.
28-08-03 Consults Dr Christopher Dias, re is stressed and is not been able to sleep. Has been to court, is divorced. Dr Christopher Dias, prescriptions Mersyndol Forte Tablets 450mg/30mg/5mg 1 nocte p.r.n. Stilnox Tablet 10mg tablet daily p.r.n.
05-10-03 Consults Dr Cathy Hughes re depression & sleeplessness, is prescribed Aropax & Valium aropax Tablet 20mg 1 mane + Valium Tablet 5 mg 1 notct , Pathology requested: FBE; E/ LFTs; TS
22-01-04 Problems increased: crying, confusion. Could not hold job down. Was given notice. Taking Apopax Tablet 20mg ( Paxtine tablets 20mg) repeat prescription from Dr David Rowlands
dd-mm-05 Further breakdown, confusion, lost direction. Taken to GC Hospital by parents. Locked into intensive care. Resperidal prescribed (35ml increased to 75ml per f/n?). Problems worsened, but with diarrhoea.
24-09-07 Stephen found to have active symptoms of psychosis along with thought disorder, poverty of thoughts, impaired judgment an poor insight. he refused to be treated and was therefore placed under an ITO.
12-11-07 Stephen transferred to Extended Treatment at Robina
02-02-08 Stephen discharged to community care (of parents)
27-04-10 Stephen found to be acutely psychotic, admitted the Gold Coast Hospital Psychiatric Ward P2. Later released on an ITO - Involuntary Treatment Order to receive monthly injection of Risperidal Consta.
Forced Incarceration Into Gold Coast Psychiatric Unit June 1st 2011
Mar-May-10 Dr Wilson reduces Stephen’s appointed Psychiatrist reduced Risperidal dosage from 75ml to 50ml per fortnight.
10-05-11 Nurse at Ashmore Clinic injects 50ml Risperidal
24-05-11 Nurse at Ashmore Clinic tells Nurse Wendy Clayton that Stephen is unsteady on his feet -- a condition in fact caused by a twisted ankle.
25-05-11 Nurse Wendy Clayton telephones father and demands that Stephen be brought to Ashmore Community Health Clinic by 3pm for an appointment with Dr. Inez Pinto. Father explained he is out looking for a job with Inga from Auscare. She called at 2:15pm the same day.
She said to Mark “If you do not bring him in by 3pm then Stephen would be in trouble, and you will be in trouble because he is on an involuntary treatment. A psychiatrist that does not know him would see him and give a bad report due to the fact he doesn’t know Stephen.” Nurse Wendy Clayton then telephoned Inga from Auscare, who drove Stephen back. Father takes Stephen to appointment.
Father explains at the meeting with Nurse Wendy Clayton & Dr Pinto at 3:pm at Ashmore Clinic that Stephen is much better on the reduced medication. Stephen answered all questions correctly.
Stephen is clear and coherent. However, Nurse Wendy Clayton insists Dr Wilson should never have reduced his dose from 75ml to 50ml and injects an extra 25ml Risperidal for no better reason than that Stephen had twisted his ankle. This is 125ml within 2 days, despite warning from his father that he would hallucinate.
01-06-11 [Wednesday] 3.00am Stephen suffering from stuffy nose, insomnia and stomach ache, he caught cab from Paradise Point to Southport Broadwater, due to him having diarrhoea and weak bladder that day, but toilets were closed. His destination was GC hospital for assistance. he is picked up and assisted by police. These police (Senior Constables Farguhar & Coetzee from Southport police station) say Stephen was fully clothed and co-operative: they merely rendered him assistance
For reasons unknown, Stephen is retained by medical authorities, assessed in absence of his father (despite request), committed to GC Psychiatric Unit Ward P2 -- ensuing injections not known.
5.30am Doctor in charge of emergency ward tells father they have checked Stephen’s blood & urine and that there would be no need for him to go to the psychiatric ward.
9.00am Father told that Dr Pinto & Nurse Wendy Clayton were coming to examine Stephen
2.00am Stephen retained in Ward P2 GCH against his will; caused to suffer usual side effects including dizziness, stomach ache and diarrhoea.
08-06-11 [Approx straight after Dr Wilson’s holiday, not 100% on day] Nurse Wendy Clayton tells Dr Wilson that Stephen had been arrested by the police because he was walking naked in the Souhport parks.
08-06-11 Following day father went to hospital and asked Kevin Landall at 3:45pm (head nurse) in charge of P2 for the records, He told them that there was no record of Stephen being naked, told us to go to the police and check with them. Father & mother went to the Southport police and spoke to Senior Constable Farquhar & Senior Constable Coetzee to inquire if Stephen was picked up naked? Their response was that he was fully dressed and a perfect gentlemen.
16-06-11 Dr Inez Pinto telephones father at approximately 10 am and threatens to put Stephen on Clozapine. Father refuses permission and she says he is going on the Clozapine, She has already given the order for the Clozapine to be given to Stephen, end of discussion & hangs up.
17-06-11 Dr Inez Pinto telephones father at 12 midday Stephen given 12.5mg Clozapine orally, against express instructions of his father
Stephen retained in Ward P2 GCH; caused to suffer usual side effects but with “hot head”, sore eyes, blurred vision, shaking limbs, chest pains, heart pumping, drooling at mouth, depersonalization & hallucination.
On Friday June 17th 2011 my wife Kathy and I visited Stephen in the Gold Coast Hospital’s Psychiatric Unit. When we walked in we found Stephen to be drooling from the mouth, we were shocked. I asked the nurse what was wrong with Stephen. She said she wasn’t sure. She had just given him something for his eyes.
Stephen complained to us, that his eyes are very sore with blurred vision, he said he could hardly see. Stephen was holding his hands to his head and kept repeating, “My head is hurting inside, and my head is so hot”. “My arms are also sore, they don’t seem to have any feeling, they feel numb. Stephen’s arms and legs were shaking. He also had a severe bout of diarrhoea.
Stephen told us that he felt very weak. He said he was hallucinating, had chest pains, his breathing was difficult, his heart was pumping fast, he felt faint and dizzy when he stood up He said “ I’m sore, I don’t know what is happening.”
When we visited Stephen on Saturday the 18th and Sunday the 19th he was still suffering the same symptoms. On Monday the 20th and Tuesday the 21st Stephen appeared to have closed down as if he had been comatized.
Stephen has suffered unmercifully at the hands of Dr Pinto.
All we want at present is to have Stephen home, immediately with compensation for the damage they have imposed upon him, that we may restore his life free of psychotropic Drugs. Please help.
19-06-11 Stephen appears closed down & comatized
22.06-11 Dr Inez Pinto telephones father and advises she intends putting Stephen in open section of ward. Father warns that he would just leave & come home.
23-06-11 Stephen placed in open section of Ward P2 despite warning from his father
24-06-11 Stephen catches a taxi home. His father phones hospital to say he will return Stephen the next day, but police sent to capture him. Stephen returned to Ward P2. Further injections by way of ‘punishment’ believed to have been made
15-07-11 Brian Hughes from the Tribunal called Mark Trent at 2:29pm to inform Mark Trent that the Tribunal hearing for Stephen Trent would be on 20-07-11.
July 27th a Tribunal Hearing was held to determine Stephen Trent being release from an Involuntary Order for Stephen to be injected against his will with between 50gms and 75gms of Risperidone for some years. The Police would be called to retain Stephen if he had refused to comply or was late for his injection.
The Tribunal Panel consisted of a Lawyer, Psychiatrist and Community Person. In attendance was a Mental Health Team comprising of a Stand-in Psychiatrist, a Doctor and Head Nurse. Stephen was represented by his Lawyer and his father Mark.
The Stephens Psychiatric Clinical Report submitted by the Mental Health Team comprised of mistruths and fabricated evidence which was not permitted to be challenged or questioned by Stephens Lawyer. The Tribunal ruled to keep Stephen on the Involuntary Order. Reason for the Tribunals decision must be supplied after twenty one days. As of September 7th no Reason has been received.
Stephen’s condition appears to have steadily spiralled for the worse, when it originated from a perfectly normal depression caused by departure of his wife & child.
Had he received supportive counselling, the whole problem could have been massaged away. Instead he was given psychotropic medicines. These are themselves warping his mind & behaviour, causing alleged by non-existent conditions. He is being misdiagnosed to an alarming extent.
Stephen has a dedicated family who can supply him a reliable home. His father is his allied person. He also has two supportive sisters, Karen who lives on Gold Coast and Susan in Sydney.
It is a general principle for administration of Act [s.8(1)(f)] that a person’s continued
participation in community life and maintaining existing supportive relationships are to be taken into account to the greatest extent practicable, including, for example, by treatment in the community in which the person lives
Stephen himself wishes to be released from the ITO and to have his medication phased out.
It is a general principle for administration of Act [s.8(1)(b)] that a person is presumed to have capacity to make decisions about the person’s assessment, treatment and choosing of an allied person.
He also wishes to go to Church, but is being refused leave to do so.
It is a general principle for administration of Act [s.8(1)(g)] that to the greatest extent practicable, a person’s cultural and linguistic environment, and set of values (including religious beliefs) must be maintained
Dr William Wilkie MB BS DPM, psychiatrist, of Brisbane has advised he will treat Stephen if taken off Involuntary treatment Order.
It is a general principle for administration of Act [s.8(1)(h)] that treatment provided under this Act must be administered to a person who has a mental illness only if it is appropriate to promote and maintain the person’s mental health and wellbeing. It is submitted that Dr William Wilkie enjoys the confidence of Stephen and his family and that the Tribunal should endorse him as administrator of treatment.
Under s.9 of the Act, a power or function under the Act relating to a person who has a mental illness or intellectual disability must be exercised or performed so that—
(a) the person’s liberty and rights are adversely affected only if there is no less restrictive way to protect the person’s health and safety or to protect others; and
(b) any adverse effect on the person’s liberty and rights is the minimum necessary in the circumstances.
7. Rightly or wrongly, Dr Inez Pinto and Nurse Wendy Clayton are perceived by both Stephen and his family as being antagonistic & closed towards his receiving less medication and coming under a community category of ITO or no ITO at all. This perception cannot be tried here & now. However, in the circumstances, Stephen’s chances of being healed would be maximized if they were removed from responsibility for him.
8. (a) It is difficult to assess & comment upon Stephen’s history treatment & alleged symptoms when documentation recording same is unavailable.
(b) The situation is positively mediaeval and akin to a nightmarish Kafka novel. It is weird that a cabal of witch-doctors appear to genuinely believe that forcing people to take cocktails of strong chemicals can bring them health which clean food, air & water cannot bring, and that they are somehow justified to force them to take strong & more complex cocktails of the same and other chemicals when their victim’s disorientated behaviour does not improve.
(c) In fact, the aim seems to be for the victims to have no behaviour at all, and just be stuffed idiot figures who appear as numbers on the books and attract subsidies.
(d) The witch doctors seem to have abandoned intuition & common sense, let alone respect for the Creator. Perhaps they are driven by the pomposity of their own technical learning, supported by peer group belief like lemmings, or perhaps they are seduced by the chemical manufacturers. If they were honest, each of them would certainly undergo a 6-month treatment of their own prescriptions.
(e) This is not to say that psychiatry and psychology (especially Jungian analysis) are other than meaningful & deep studies -- only that chemical-mongering should be avoided not considered a basic solution;
(f) All relevant documents must be made available to Stephen and his allied person, or their lawyer. Orders under s.459(4) would assist this.
There has never been any medical or scientific evidence provided for the diagnosis of Stephen’s so called schizophrenia, psychosis, delusions or aggression against other to include nursing staff which was implied to the Tribunal by Dr. Haritha Devineni.
To the contrary we are able to provide medical and scientific evidence that every single symptom pertaining to Stephens Psychiatric evaluation are directly related to and caused by the side effects of the concoction of medications forcefully administered to him.
N.B. A Tribunal conducted in such a manner must be considered as a Soviet Tribunal, where false evidence may be submitted and one has no rights or provisions to question or challenge.
What the Nurses are saying
The following are direct quotes stated to me by the nursing staff at Gold Coast Psychiatric Unit who have cared for Stephen during his incarceration and forced medication. These statements are as a result of me asking them questions such as: Has Stephen ever displayed aggression towards the staff or patients? Does he get upset with other people? How have you found his behaviour during the time you have known him?
The responses were diarised by Mark Trent at the time of visits to see Stephen prior, on and after July 20th 2011.
In this instant, staff names have been replaced with numbers.
Witness 1. Said that Stephen is not aggressive. “Oh no, Oh no, he's lovely”. “I’d like to take him home." “He’s never cranky. If someone coughs, he asks them if they want a glass of water and he wants to help patients. He also asks them if there’s anything he can do for them. He's very considerate to other patients, very thoughtful when you bring food for him to eat. He shares his food with the patients and the staff. Stephen is very pleasant. He’s one of our best patients."
I told the nurse that Dr. Haritha Devineni stated at the tribunal, that Stephen was angry or aggressive.
The nurse replied "That's not Stephen. He does not get angry or aggressive. She cannot be talking about Stephen."
Witness 2. "He’s never been angry. I’ve never seen him angry. He has a pleasant attitude and is very generous. He shares his fruit with everyone, even with the staff. I like Stephen."
Witness 3. "I have never had a problem since I’ve been here. I have been off for 4 days. He’s a pleasant person. I have never seen him angry, no, not at all."
Witness 4. “Stephen has never been violent or angry with the staff or the patients. He's a good patient If you ask any other staff Stephen is a very pleasant and gentle and he’s lovely. He is the most pleasant person I have met. Stephen is no problem”.
Witness 5. "Stephen is very good. He does not get angry or hostile." The nurse asked what they said that at the tribunal. I told him that the Dr. Haritha Devineni had written in her report that Stephen was violent, angry and aggressive. The nurse said that was not true, that Stephen was very pleasant. He doesn’t get angry or cranky he is the most pleasant person I’ve met. He also told me he had been working in this industry for 20 years.
Witness 6. Who always speaks highly of Stephen and has known him as a patient for three years. “Stephen has always been a very pleasant person. I have never seen Stephen angry or aggressive in the time I have known him."
Witness 7. "Since I’ve known Stephen he’s never been angry or hostile or aggressive. Stephen is very good and pleasant and does not get angry. He tries to help people. Since I’ve known him, he hasn’t been any trouble at all."
Witness 8. “Stephen does not get angry and he doesn’t get cranky. He is very co-operative and calm”.
Stephen Victim of Psychiatric Abuse
On May 27th of this year, 2011, Stephen was happy living at home with his parents.
On the 31st of May, Stephen was given an Over-Dose of Risperidone and as a result suffered severe stomach pains and diarrhoea. In the early hours of that morning he called a Taxi to take him to the emergency unit of the Gold Coast Hospital where he was attended to and cleared by a Doctor, fit to go home at 8.00am. Stephen’s father who was waiting to take him home was shocked to learn that Stephen had been whisked away out a back door to the Psychiatric Unit. Finally being able to have access to Stephen, found that he had been heavily medicated and could hardly speak.
This is Stephen two weeks later, having been incarcerated and medicated against his will with a range of psychotropic medications after being diagnosed with schizophrenia. (Evidence & history points to this having been a Misdiagnosis.)
Stephen, a very kind and gentle soul, was held in confinement and heavily medicated to the extent that he was displaying symptoms of shaking, swelling, diarrhoea, speech impairment and then, being given extra medication to hide such.
August - Stephen Give Clozapine
Stephen's face became sunken as he shuffles along in a semi comatized state. His Treatment team were medicating him against his and his parents will, with Clozapine, a known dangerous drug causing death in many cases. His parents were besides themselves, their hearts are weeping.
Stephen continues to be held Hostage
Stephen was rushed to the Cardic Unit of the Gold Coast Hospital having colapsed with aHeart condition known as Mycarditis which is often fatal.
Medsafe Editorial Team
15 cases of myocarditis (five fatal) and eight of cardiomyopathy (one fatal) with clozapine have been reported to the Australian Adverse Drug Reactions Advisory Committee. All cases of myocarditis occurred within the first three weeks of therapy. Patients taking clozapine who present with flu-like symptoms, dyspnoea, tachycardia, chest pain and other signs and symptoms of heart failure should be investigated for myocarditis with immediate referral to a cardiac unit.
Stephen Comes Home - September 13th 2011
After Gold Coast Hospital Releases Him
A Special Thanks to the Directors of Gold Coast Hospital who having assesed Stepen's health and treatment by the Psych Unit, have in their wisdom and compassion released Stephen from his Involuntary Medication Order and allowed him to return home to his family after having been incarcerated in Lock-Up and Abused with twelve various psychotropic medications for in excess of one hundred days.
PsychCrimeau wishes to thank everyone.
As Stephen's health has a long journey to recovery everyone's prayers are invited to help him though this time. Thank you.
Stephen's Freedom Short Lived
Some weeks later Stephen began to suffer for Akathesia as he was never provided with any Medical Reduction Plan by Gold Coast Treating Team. He complained of feeling physically unwell and expressed that he had been poisoned. He presented to Gold Coast Hospital Emergency for a checkup only to be taken straight to the P2 Psych Ward where he was heavily medicated and locked away in a restricted and confined area.
In November 2016 Stephen is still being held on a fabricated Involuntary Treatment Order and administered excessive medications known to create a psychotic brain reaction. Independent Medical Psychiatrists and Doctors have stated that Stephen must not be administered such medications. The response form the Treating Team Doctors is to increase these dangerous medication. The Doctors continually avoid meeting with the family or adhering to the Independent Medical advise. Stephen is aware and complains that he has been Chemically Lobotomised.
The Trent family fear for Stephen’s life.
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Medications given to Stephen
Risperidone (which contains the functional groups of benzisoxazole & piperadine) has been indicated since 1993 for the treatment of schizophrenia and treatment-resistant depression. Stephen has been injected with 75ml, even 150-175ml, of Risperdal Consta whereas 12-50ml is the usual maximum prescribed dose and, if weaning off is deemed necessary, would be more suitable on an interim basis. Risperdal Consta makes Stephen suffer from the standard known side-effects of feeling faint, dizzy, unbalanced, heated, dry in mouth, stuffy nose, insomnia, constipated, stomach ache and weight gain.
Even worse, on my instructions Stephen is showing symptoms of Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome (NMS), a rare and potentially fatal side effect reported with Risperdal, arising from abnormally high body temperature causing destruction of tissue. These symptoms include stiff muscles; shaking; confusion; sweating; changes in pulse & heart rate and muscle pain & weakness.
In April 2007 the TGA issued an Adverse Reactions Bulletin stating that it appears that all of the atypical antipsychotics can cause NMS. They said they have received 85 reports of NMS for clozapine, 49 reports for olanzapine (Zyprexa), 45 reports for risperidone and there were another 46 reports for other antipsychotics [“Aripiprazole and Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome,” Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration Adverse Drug Reactions Bulletin, Vol. 26, No. 2, April 2007].
In December 2005 the TGA issued an Adverse Drug Reactions Bulletin stating that the antipsychotics resperidone, fluphenazine, haloperidol, clozapine, olanzapine, pimozide and thioridazine and the antidepressants amitriptyline, imipramine, clomipramine, dothiepin and doxepin can cause a QT prolongation effect. A QT interval is part of the cycle of a heart beat. A prolongation of the QT interval increases the risk of sudden death from abnormal heart beats and in this case the TGA said it can lead to a life threatening tachycardia (increased heart rate). [“Medicines and QT prolongation,” Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration Adverse Drug Reactions Bulletin, Vol. 24, No. 6, December 2005.]
In October 2009 the TGA issued an Adverse Drug Reactions Bulletin to warn that antidepressants have properties that predispose individuals to suffer adverse effects when switching antidepressants. Serotonin syndrome, a potentially life threatening condition, which occurs when the body has too much serotonin; symptoms may include restlessness, hallucinations, loss of coordination, fast heart beat, rapid changes in blood pressure, increased body temperature, overactive reflexes, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhoea is one of the adverse effects of antidepressants and can occur during treatment and during switching particularly in the elderly. [“Washout or tapering when switching antidepressants,” Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration Adverse Drug Reactions Bulletin, Volume 28, Number 5, October 2009].
In February 1996 the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration issued an Adverse Drug Reactions bulletin stating SSRI’s ( a class of antidepressants) have been associated with withdrawal syndrome. The symptoms most commonly reported on withdrawal were dizziness (15 reports) and nausea (10). Anxiety, headache (both 5 reports), agitation, insomnia, increased sweating, tremor and vertigo (4 of each), Hallucinations, and depersonalisation (3 of each) were also described. There was a total of 51 different symptoms documented in the reports with a wide range of other neurological and psychiatric systems including amnesia, ataxia (unstable gait), blurred vision, confusion, dysarthria (dis-coordination of the speech muscles), delirium, fatigue, hyperacusis (abnormally acute hearing) hypertonia (abnormally increased muscle tone causing rigidity), meningism (Spasms of the neck muscles caused by inflammation of the membranes around the brain and spinal cord), mood swings, neurosism nervousness, nightmares, paraesthesia ( abnormal skin sensation eg burning sensation in the skin), rigors, sensory disturbances, tinnitus (ringing in the ears) and twitching. There was also a report of a neonatal withdrawal reaction.
In December 1996: The Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) issued an Adverse Drug Reactions Bulletin stating that the antipsychotics, Risperidone, fluphenazine, haloperidol, Closapine, olanzapine, pimozide and thioridazine and the antidepressants amitriptyline, imipramine, clomipramine, dothiepin and doxepin can cause a QT prolongation effect. A QT interval is part of the cycle of a heart beat. A Prolongation of the QT interval increases the risk of sudden death from abnormal geart beats and in this case the TGA said it can lead to a life threatening tachycardia ( increased heart reat). http://www.tga.gov/adr/aadrb/aadr0512.htm
Clozapine can cause serious side effects including seizures, myocarditis, as well as fainting, dizziness, blurred vision, drooling, abdominal pain, itching and constipation
1. Stephen has not engaged in anti-social behaviour. He has no criminal record. The breaking of the fire alarms was induced by the prescribed drugs themselves and was done in an effort to assist, the staff and patients were smoking, Stephen asked them to stop spoking, and then he broke the glass and set fire alarm off (in belief there was a fire ). Nurse Morris from P2 told Mark Trent, father of this incident. The unsteadiness on his feet 24-05-11 was cause by a twisted ankle and in no way evidenced mental incapacity.
2. His father’s evidence is that his mental disturbance has arisen from the prescribed medicines themselves. He says the deterioration in mental state arises from medication, especially overdoses or changes. In other words, this deterioration is iatrogenic (medically-induced). He says that, living at home with good food, green vegetables, less sugar and a reducing dosage of medicine, Stephen’s health improves and his depression disappears.
It is simply not possible for any doctors, however learned, to assess reliably the mental state of a person who has been subjected to a long period of medication using psychotropic drugs.
3. This evidence is consistent with the known side-effects of these medicines.
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