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Landlocked – Mental Health in the UK and the Prevention of International Travel, Translation and Foreign Language Education

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On the Second of April 1997, at the point of my first contact with the Mental Health Act, I had my life’s dreams shattered. On that day, my parents had been persuaded to take me to see a psychiatrist at the local mental hospital, St Cadoc’s in Caerleon. I hadn’t wanted to attend the meeting at all as I didn’t have any health issues. However, I was forced by my family to go. I spoke with a psychiatrist, a social worker and a GP and they told me that I couldn’t leave the hospital and that I had been placed under Section 2 of the Mental Health Act 1983, a piece of UK government legislation that I had never heard of at all and that I knew nothing about. I was given a bit of paper which told me ‘my rights’ all of which are lies. I had to stay in the hospital for 28 days. I said I can’t do that as I am a university student at University College London (UCL) and also have several business commitments in the Music Industry for my DJing where I have a night at the Ministry of Sound arranged. They said that it was necessary for me to be treated (against my consent) and that afterwards I would be free to get on with my life.   I won’t go into the details of what happened to me medically during this time as that is not the subject of this article but eventually I spent between 2 and 3 months locked in Isca Ward, St Cadoc’s, before I was released into the community. The misdiagnosed condition (schizophrenia) which I knew from the start that I didn’t have at all has led to a pursuance by this mental health system of me as an individual for over 22 years. I never got to complete my UCL studies and had my music career as a DJ (Wez G) seriously ruined. The End Of Terror website is a solution that I devised to fight my corner in what is in essence a war between myself and elements of the British State.   At the point of realising on 02.04.97, that I wasn’t going to be able to get away from this hospital I had a serious think of the impact it would have on my life. The immediate work and study could be dealt with…

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8 Years of Punishment in Cygnet Hospital

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PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION   DIABOLICAL: This could happen to YOU: CASE STUDY: E.T. FACTS: Mummy’s Helper: Is like a mum to two younger Brothers. DAILY CHORES: Tidy / Clean, ironing Etc. FREE TIME: 0-5% AGE 14: 2004: RAN AWAY from AGGRESSIVE Dad. HAPPY: Lived with Nan for 6 months. No problems: Punctual √ Honest √ Helpful √ Aggressive X Wants to be a nurse. (Photo, on left, in white top – taken then) FORCED to return to Mum. 2005: RAN AWAY at 10am in PJ’s whilst Mum at work. (REASON: Not known by Nan until 2017): (Fled STEP-DAD’s unwanted sexual advances). NO (statutory) INVESTIGATION DONE WHY she was HOMELESS. She was BLAMED & FALSELY ACCUSED by Mum: “… she is an attention seeking drama queen…” & not questioned by Children’s Services’s Trainee Social Worker (sw). NAN BLAMED by Mum (scape goated): “it’s all her fault.” Nan not questioned by sw. NOT ALLOWED to live with NAN. REFUSED TO GO “HOME”: (Drunk) Mum & sw in Charge of “Plan”: Ensured NO help available to “Force her back home” – police used. ON STREETS approx 3 MONTHS: In TERRIBLE State. Terrified / Forced back to Dad, locked in. Ran away. Terrified / Forced back to Dad again. Ran away. Nan complained (in writing) sw has got it VERY WRONG. Stage 2 Complaint IGNORED by Children’s Services. Nan told “you have no rights – you are only a grandmother.” INCARCERATED for approx 2 MONTHS: DUMPED & Locked IN a disused empty former children’s home, kept in ISOLATION. Only equipment / activity: A snooker table. Promised access to Education by sw but that never happened. CONTACT with Nan restricted. ACCUSED of thumping sw. FOUND GUILTY (at Magistrate’s court). Terrified. Sent to SECURE UNITS in UK, many miles away from family & friends. ISOLATED: Contact with Nan not allowed. Inmate advised: Self Harm to PROTEST UNJUST INCARCERATION. AGE 17: PUT in St ANDREW’s, Northampton, DIAGNOSIS: Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) (has one symptom – self harming; need minimum of 5 symptoms to meet criteria). (Done as label, to invalidate). DETAINED under Mental Health Act, on SECTION 3: “for own safety” (by Children’s Services, before handed over to Adult Services): Placed in care of (Mental Health) CARE MANAGER: NO INVESTIGATION DONE. PUT in Cygnet hospital, Beckton. Transferred to Cygnet hospital, Stevenage: INADEQUATE SAFEGUARDING: 7 YEARS: “ALLOWED to self-harm” by staff, paid for one-one Care. Every protest…

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