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PE.com, Dec 9, 2005: Patton hospital inmate killed: The federal scrutiny was prompted by widespread problems at Napa State Hospital in Northern California. http://www.pe.com/localnews/sanbernardino/stories/PE_News_Local_D_bpatton09.1d73c520.html
Point Reyes Light, Dec 22, 2005: Alleged rapist too psychotic for trial: http://www.ptreyeslight.com/stories/dec22_05/rapist_insane.html
The Napa Valley Register, Jan 05, 2006: Napa State Hospital patient assaults staff member: http://www.napavalleyregister.com/articles/2006/01/05/news/local/iq_3240692.txt
The Daily Journal, Jan 14, 2006: Incompetent inmates held at county lockup: http://www.smdailyjournal.com/article_preview.php?id=48553
Mercury Register, Jan 14, 2006: Accused molester sent to mental hospital: www.illuminati-news.com/accused-molester.htm
Los Angeles Times, Jan 26, 2006: Mental Hospital Employees Meet to Decry Staffing Crisis: In recent years, the Justice Department has issued highly critical reports of Napa State Hospital and Metropolitan State Hospital in Norwalk. Among other things, they found that staffers did not do enough at the two hospitals to prevent patients from harming themselves or one another. www.illuminati-news.com/staffing-crisis.htm
Napa Sentinel, Jan 27, 2006: State Hospital Cry for Help: It is a never ending story but regardless how often the story is told, the facts never change. The Napa State Hospital remains in a state of turmoil no matter how much sugar coating they try to put over it. Murders, assaults, rapes, understaffing and lack of response time to protect both staff and patients. http://www.mybeadbuddy.com/NapaSentinel/ArticleTemplate.php?id=329&pid=1
Marinij.com, Feb 18, 2006: Threats led to criminal charges: The mother and her husband had alarms and motion detectors installed at their home. The harassment escalated in April 2004 at about the time of the anniversary of Kowitz's divorce from his wife, McBride said. The couple had been married for 18 months In April 2005, Kowitz was found incompetent to stand trial; in June, he was committed to the state mental hospital in Napa. He returned to the Marin court system in December..... http://www.illuminati-news.com/criminal-charges.htm
The Reporter, Feb 22, 2006: Suspect to Get Mental Care: A Solano County Superior Court judge has ordered a suspect in a rural murder admitted to Napa State Hospital within the next 30 days for evaluation and care. // Superior Court Judge Dwight C. Ely on Tuesday ordered 29-year-old murder defendant Roberto Estrada Olvera - who was found mentally incompetent for court proceedings two months ago - housed at the Napa mental facility. http://www.illuminati-news.com/suspect-to-get-mental-care.htm
The Press Democrat, March 02, 2006: Arson suspect to undergo evaluation: If Scholten is ruled incompetent, he would be sent to Napa State Hospital for treatment. If he is restored to competency, the criminal case would resume. If not, he could be held for up to three years.
Fresno Bee, March 27, 2006: Mental hospitals off to a slow start: "They can't staff the place," he said. "Who wants to work there? Can you imagine what the nightlife is like" in Coalinga? It's already a challenge, he said, to attract enough talent for the jobs — even in places such as Napa, which also has a state hospital. The turnover, he said, is high. http://www.fresnobee.com/local/v-textonly/story/11983080p-12744965c.html.
Napa Valley Register, April 11, 2006: County told jail population is not in crisis: The board today is expected to routinely approve the addition of three beds to the Project Ninety, Inc. program housed at Napa State Hospital for incarcerated substance abusers. That brings the total there to nine beds with another four to be added next year. The annual cost of the privately run program is more than $1 million. http://www.napavalleyregister.com/articles/2006/04/11/news/local/iq_3384401.txt
Mercury Register, April 16, 2006: Suit filed over inmate's treatment in Butte jail: The suit alleges that the lack of medical treatment, coupled with frequent attacks against him by other inmates and one guard when he complained, caused Mathews to deteriorate mentally, to the point he was ultimately declared incompetent to stand trial and committed by a judge to Napa State Hospital, where he currently remains. http://www.orovillemr.com/news/chico/ci_3704338
Napa Valley Register, April 20, 2006: Fight at Napa Statenets two arrests: Two Napa State Hospital patients were taken into custody after they allegedly roughed up another patient during the dinner hour. http://www.napavalleyregister.com/articles/2006/04/20/news/local/iq_3397427.txt
Times Herald Online (exact date uncertain): Napa hospital patients remembered: Over 45,000 patients have died and were buried at California state hospitals or developmental centers from the mid-1880s to the 1960s. For the most part, their remains are in unmarked, mass grave sites. At Napa State Hospital, about 4,368 people were buried from 1876 to 1923 [editor's emphasis]. http://www.timesheraldonline.com/portlet/article/html/fragments/print_article.jsp?article=3045854
Marin Independent Journal, April 23, 2006: Attorneys fight for care of mentally ill: Sue King, an attorney for the state Department of Mental Health, told the court that Napa State Hospital, where most Marin inmates are sent, has a statutory limit on the number of patients it can take. Hospital administrators have tried to arrange for inmates to be placed at other locked facilities, with limited success. http://www.marinij.com/marin/ci_3742044.
The Reporter, April 26, 2006: Man ordered to state hospital: Found not guilty due to insanity in the 2004 shooting death of a neighbor, a wheelchair-bound Suisun City man has been ordered confined at Napa State Hospital. http://www.thereporter.com/news/ci_3753198
BREAKING NEWS: Justice Department Reaches Settlement Regarding Conditions At Four California Mental Health Facilities: U.S. Newswire, May 02, 2006: The Justice Department today announced that it has reached a settlement with the state of California concerning civil rights violations at four California State Hospitals. These hospitals provide inpatient psychiatric care to nearly five thousand individuals committed to the hospitals civilly or in connection with criminal proceedings. http://releases.usnewswire.com/GetRelease.asp?id=65035
BREAKING NEWS: CBS 2, May 02, 2006: Justice Department Settles Mental Hospital Dispute: (CBS) LOS ANGELES The federal government has reached a settlement with the state of California concerning civil rights violations at a Norwalk mental hospital and three other facilities, the Justice Department announced Tuesday. http://cbs2.com/topstories/local_story_122212140.html
BREAKING NEWS: Los Angeles Times, May 03, 2006: State Mental Hospital Reforms Ordered: A federal consent decree calls for more individual care and steps to prevent suicides and assaults. A related lawsuit cites civil rights violations. http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-mental3may03,1,215019.story?ctrack=1&cset=true
BREAKING NEWS: Wes Penre, Illuminati News, May 03, 2006: Wayne Morin Jr Setting Himself Up To Do a Lie Detector Test! [and not only that] I have some very good news! Napa State Hospital, where Wayne Morin Jr was locked up, will be closed! Also, the Justice Department has come to a conclusion that the conditions in four of California's mental facilities have to be changed, so the inmates will have a decent living! Click here for the U.S. Newswire article. This is to a great extent a product of Wayne's relentless drive to get the truth out. http://illuminati-news.com/lie-detector.htm
San Luis Obispo, May 03, 2006: Consent decree filed to help reform state’s mental hospitals: A report issued by federal investigators last summer on Napa State Hospital in Napa alleged that suicidal patients were not receiving prompt intervention, that patients didn’t get needed medical or psychiatric care and that employees were dealing drugs to patients [editor's emphasis]. http://www.sanluisobispo.com/mld/sanluisobispo/14490815.htm
BREAKING NEWS: Contra Costa Times, May 04, 2006: Monitor named to aid mental care reforms: A report issued by federal investigators last summer on Napa State Hospital in Napa alleged that suicidal patients were not receiving prompt intervention, that patients did not get needed medical or psychiatric care and that employees were dealing drugs to patients. http://www.dfw.com/mld/cctimes/news/state/14497537.htm
The Napa Valley Register, May 04, 2006: State, feds reach accord on Napa State, mental health care: Federal investigators, state mental health officials and those who accused Napa State and other mental health facilities of poor treatment of patients reached a sweeping agreement in recent weeks. As part of the deal, federal investigators who probed other California institutions have agreed there is no need for them to visit Napa State. // Under the deal reached between the DOJ and the state Department of Mental Health, California's mental health system will undergo reforms in providing care and safe conditions for patients. http://www.napavalleyregister.com/articles/2006/05/04/news/local/iq_3415709.txt
The Press-Enterprise, May 05, 2006: Hospital Ordered To Fix Deficiencies: The Department of Justice also announced earlier this week that it has reached a settlement with the state to address civil-rights violations at Metropolitan State Hospital in Norwalk and Napa State Hospital. Patton and Atascadero state hospitals also will be included in the five-year agreement. http://illuminati-news.com/hospital_ordered_to_fix_deficiencies.htm
Marin Independent Journal, May 05, 2006: Inmates deserve better from state: MARIN JUDGES are justifiably angry that the state is failing - despite ample warnings - to provide safe and humane security and treatment for mentally ill inmates. http://www.marinij.com/ci_3788633
San Francisco Chronicle, May 05, 2006: NAPA - U.S. probing state mental hospitals California to let in feds under consent decree: California officials have agreed to allow federal investigators to enter Napa State Hospital and another state mental hospital in Los Angeles County to probe allegations that the centers have failed to provide adequate treatment for patients. http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2006/05/05/BAGJCILHA91.DTL
BREAKING NEWS: Long Beach Press Telegram (date unknown): Mental hospital reform planned: Prosecutors have filed a consent decree in federal court that lays out a road map for sweeping reform, under a court-appointed monitor, at five state mental hospitals, including one in Norwalk, it was reported Wednesday.
Los Angeles Times, May 06, 2006: Report: Patients Harmed at Mental Hospitals: Although only Metropolitan State Hospital in Norwalk and Napa State Hospital in Napa were named in the lawsuit and consent decree, federal and state officials say both documents will be amended to include Patton and Atascadero State Hospital in the corrective plan. http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/california/la-me-mental5may05,1,6929961.story?coll=la-headlines-pe-california&ctrack=1&cset=true
BREAKING NEWS: San Bernardino County Sun (date unknown): Settlement Ends Suit - Mental-Health Reform Required: A settlement reached Tuesday between the state and the Department of Justice could lead to better treatment of thousands of prison patients in psychiatric hospitals throughout California, including Patton State Hospital in San Bernardino. www.illuminati-news.com/settlement_ends_suit.htm.
MedIndia, May 07, 2006: Mental Hospitals Offer More Problems than Solutions: Investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice has revealed that mental hospitals in San Bernardino and Atascadero are besetted with widespread problems, including inadequate diagnoses and treatment, improper and excessive medication, besides prolonged hospitalization. http://www.medindia.net/news/view_news_main.asp?x=10117
BREAKING NEWS: San Bernardino County Sun, May 09, 2006: Reviewers denounce Patton's procedures, care: A scathing letter sent by the U.S. Department of Justice to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger paints Patton State Hospital as a place where patients are unsafe and receive inadequate treatment for their illnesses. http://www.sbsun.com/ci_3799628 (or) www.illuminati-news.com/patton2.htm
ABC News, May 11, 2006: Backlog Of Mentally Ill Suspects Held In Jails: It is a serious problem. California's state hospitals are facing a shortage of beds needed to house mentally ill defendants awaiting trial. The backlog is so severe that a Sacramento judge is forcing Napa State Hospital to admit them or else. http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=assignment_7&id=4164817OCRegister, May 21, 2006: Murderer and victim's daughter face to face: Almost 30 years after Allaway carried out Orange County's single worst killing spree - seven dead and two wounded - Almazan was ready to talk to the killer, face to face. http://www.ocregister.com/ocregister/homepage/abox/article_1150116.php
BREAKING NEWS: Wes Penre, Illuminati News, May 27, 2006: Wayne Morin Jr Passed a Lie Detector Test! - All the stunning statements Wayne are making in articles and on radio can be backed up by evidence and witnesses. However, if someone still doubts that what he is saying is the truth, stay tuned! Wayne Morin Jr has been set up for a lie detector test (polygraph) and he PASSED 100%. http://illuminati-news.com/lie-detector.htm
The Napa Valley Register, June 4, 2006: Napan may be linked to Iraqi slayings: But it appears it is the Napa native who lost his status as captain in the Marines in the wake of the incident in Haditha. http://www.napavalleyregister.com/articles/2006/06/04/news/local/iq_3461249.txt
SacBee, June 12, 2006: Quicker mental care ordered for defendants: Despite a Sacramento judge's order that Johnson be sent immediately to Napa State Hospital to undergo treatment so he could stand trial, he languished in jail for 10 months because there were no beds available. www.illuminati-news.com/sacbee061206a.htm
Wayne Morin Jr's article in Napa Sentinel, June 16, 2006: Napa State Hospital: A while back Harry Martin wrote a great article EXPECT DENIALS, BUT NSH TO CLOSE Massive new facilities in Coalinga, Atascadero to eventually house criminally insane from Napa State. I have had the privilege to talk to an attorney whom has told me of a plan that Napa State Hospital to close. http://napasentinel.com/ArticleTemplate.php?id=750&pid=2
Napa Sentinel, July 04, 2006: Satellite House: I was told that there would never be Drugs of Alcohol allowed in this setting. I was told either I sign the contract saying I would never an alcohol or drug user. I was asked many questions about the (what ifs) meaning if someone were to have drugs and or a what would be my reaction. I was told at the end of the interview they would contact with there decision on whether I passed my interview. http://napasentinel.com/ArticleTemplate.php?id=866&pid=2
Napa Valley Register, July 21, 2006: Napa State Patient Accused of Attempted Murder: Jose Azuil Makilala, 25, became agitated while the victim was directing several patients from the outside courtyard back inside to their hospital unit, state hospital spokeswoman Lupe Rincon said. http://www.napavalleyregister.com/articles/2006/07/21/news/local/iq_3526297.txt
Napa Valley Register, July 22, 2006: A Brief Break for Freedom: An inmate from the state department of corrections medical facility in Vacaville escaped from a work crew at Napa State Hospital early Friday morning. http://www.napavalleyregister.com/articles/2006/07/22/news/local/iq_3527745.txt
Redding.com, Aug 10, 2006: Alleged slasher committed to state mental hospital: A 25-year-old Sacramento man accused of murdering his Happy Valley stepfather and attacking his mother with a decorative martial arts sword was ordered today to be committed to Napa State Hospital, possibly for life. http://www.redding.com/redd/nw_local/article/0,2232,REDD_17533_4908307,00.html
Redding.com, Aug 11, 2006: Man sent to mental health facility: Lee is said to be suffering from delusional behavior and will be treated with anti-psychotic medication. He still could stand trial for murder and other related charges if he is ever found mentally competent, said Shasta County Senior Deputy District Attorney Brent Ledford. http://www.redding.com/redd/nw_local/article/0,2232,REDD_17533_4909870,00.html
St. Helena Star, Aug 24, 2006: Mental health programs needed, not cheap: Rep. Patrick Kennedy visited the Napa Valley recently to generate support for federal legislation promoting tax-funded mental health services. http://www.sthelenastar.com/articles/2006/08/24/columnists/doug_ernst/iq_3569658.txt
Redding.com, Aug 30, 2006: Suspected arsonist arraigned: In 1997, Drumm was charged with five counts of arson and later found to be mentally incompetent to stand trial, according to court records. He was sent to Napa State Hospital, but it is unclear how long he was there. http://www.redding.com/redd/nw_local/article/0,2232,REDD_17533_4955625,00.html
St. Helena Star, Aug 24, 2006: Walking the St. Helena police beat: A member of the St. Helena police force for almost four years, Tharp spent six years working for the Department of Mental Health at Napa State Hospital, where he was responsible for taking reports, transporting patients, and keeping dangerous and combative patients under control. http://www.sthelenastar.com/articles/2006/08/31/news/local/iq_3568462.txt
The Napa Valley Register. Sept 01, 2006: Hit and run -- literally -- ends in Vallejo man's arrest: American Canyon police arrested Diego Meza Murillo, 44, of Vallejo after he bolted from his vehicle after hitting another car. http://www.napavalleyregister.com/articles/2006/09/01/news/local/iq_3582185.txtTimes Herald, Oct 19, 2006 Coffey's brewing This is the latest in a series of articles about the American Canyon City Council campaign. AMERICAN CANYON - City Councilwoman Cindy Coffey says she has $26 million worth of reasons for wanting to be this city's first elected mayor. That is the dollar amount she said will be required from taxpayers and incoming businesses to pay for the expansion of Highway 29 (Broadway)...
Times Herald, Oct 19, 2006 Mayoral candidate believes in his leadership skills - Editor's Note: Another in a series on the race for American Canyon City Council seats. AMERICAN CANYON - Leon Garcia's supporters enjoy pointing out that he is the only candidate for American Canyon mayor who has not sued the city. Currently the city's vice mayor, Garcia is facing Councilwoman Cindy Coffey and former Napa Valley Casino owner Paul Maguire in American Canyon's first race... http://www.timesheraldonline.com/ci_4510306
San Francisco Chronicle, Sunday, October 15, 2006 How to make a monster: The Cramps (right) have been around forever, and yet it seems they never really fit in anywhere except in San Francisco on Halloween. (Well, maybe also at that infamous show they played at the Napa state mental hospital many years ago.) See Lux Interior, Poison Ivy and company rip it up at the Fillmore with the, uh, underdressed Demolition Doll Rods and the dressed-up Groovie Ghoulies http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2006/10/15/PKGMQKFHR11.DTL
Contra Costa Times, Sun, Oct. 22, 2006 Incompetent defendants find justice will be waiting When Martinez police arrested Moises Perez in July 2005 on suspicion of setting two fires on the city's grassy hillsides, Perez announced to officers that he was God.
Mercury News 10/24/06 REDDING, Calif. (AP) - After being committed to a state mental hospital earlier this month, a 25-year-old Sacramento man has been found mentally fit to stand trial for murder - a development that took his lawyer by surprise.
Shasta County prosecutor Brent Ledford said Monday that Jonathan Lee Jr. may get a new trial date for the slashing murder of his stepfather in March. He is scheduled to reappear in court on Friday.
Lee was ordered in April to stand trial but underwent a psychiatric evaluation after he spit in court. A court-appointed psychiatrist diagnosed him as delusional, and the judge ordered him to be committed to Napa State Hospital.
Lee was returned to Shasta County Jail last week after a new evaluation found him mentally competent, Ledford said.
Lee's lawyer, deputy public defender Mike Horan, was on vacation last week and did not hear the news until Monday. He said he had not decided whether to contest the new evaluation.
Lee is charged with murder, attempted murder and nearly two dozen other offenses in connection with the March 30 attack on his stepfather and mother at the couple's Happy Valley home.
Retired California Highway Patrol officer Barry Alan Smith, 50, bled to death after suffering 18 wounds in the attack. Lee's mother, 48-year-old Deena Smith, was hit in the back of the head with a decorative sword that had been on display inside the home
AP Wire 10-24-2006 News in brief from Northern California Oakland Tribune 10/28/06 Disabled care facilities accused of illegal quotas -The nonprofit agencies charged with overseeing the care of the developmentally disabled have illegal quotas for moving them from the state institutions — homes many have known for decades — into community care, a state legislator has charged... http://www.insidebayarea.com/oaklandtribune/localnews/ci_4566912
KNXNewsRadio 11/3/06 Patient Arrested in Beating Death at Pattan State Hospital
San Bernardino (AP) -- A mental patient at a troubled state hospital has been arrested in the beating death of a 50-year-old man who had lived at the institution for three decades, officials said.
TheReporter.Com 11/07/2006 Hearing today in murder case
A preliminary court hearing is scheduled to begin today in the case of a Winters man facing murder charges in connection with the stabbing death of a migrant worker last year
SFGate.com 11/24/2006 CALIFORNIA STATE EMPLOYEE SALARIES
Highest paid 2,000 employees (excluding workers at the University
of California, California State University and state Legislature).
NapaRegister.com 11/23/2006 Daily police/fire reportSomeone has taken to the streets of Napa causing big-time headaches for many residents.
NapaRegister.com July 27, 2006 Group home resident arrested in stabbing of other resident
A resident of an adult group home in Napa was stabbed by another resident early Wednesday morning, according to Napa Police
2007 (with improved layout):
The Eureka Reporter, Jan 11, 2007: Jury denies Hoopa Man's Release. Cedric Wellington Black Jr. was sent back to Napa State Hospital for another year after a jury found Wednesday that he would pose “a substantial violent threat to the members of this community” if released. Black, 49, formerly of Hoopa, returned to Humboldt County Superior Court late last week for trial — something he is entitled to have each year — to try to be released from the custody of Napa State Hospital. View Whole Story
The Daily Journal, April 24, 2007: Suspect in 2004 murder found not competent for trial. A 27-year-old man accused in the stabbing death for unknown reasons of a stranger walking along a city street in San Bruno in 2004 was found not competent to stand trial this morning in San Mateo County Superior Court and was ordered returned to Napa State Hospital. View Whole Story
ChichoEr.com, July 04, 2007: Inmate's motions to drop charges rejected by judge. A judge denied a motion to dismiss multiple car theft, drug possession and evading charges against James Lee Mathews, 37, over law enforcement's failure to preserve key evidence, including fingerprints. View Whole Story
ChichoEr.com, July 13, 2007: Yet another mental evaluation ordered in protracted case. For the third time in the same case, a Chico man who has been in custody awaiting trial some three years, was ordered Thursday to once again undergo a mental competency examination over his strident objection. View Whole Story
Chicho Enterprise Record, July 17, 2007: Many charges dismissed in civil rights suit against county. A federal judge has dismissed many of the allegations in a multi-million-dollar civil rights lawsuit alleging government discrimination against five black criminal defendants in Butte County. View Whole Story
The Daily Journal, July 28, 2007: Governor's budget proposal could hurt county's mental health needs. Filling the anemic ranks of state hospital staff with hefty pay increases could have a two-pronged negative impact for San Mateo County, officials said yesterday in reaction to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's most recent budget proposal. View Whole Story
Chico Enterprise Record, Aug 09, 2007: Yet another doctor to examine jail inmate for competency. A Chico man who has been in custody more than three years, much of the time in a state hospital after twice been declared mentally incompetent to stand trial, will be examined by yet another doctor. Both times James Lee Mathews, 37, was sent to Napa State Hospital he was restored to competency, only to decompensate after being transferred back to the Butte County Jail. Mathews, who has filed a $3 million federal civil rights suit against the county, claims jailers continue to physically mistreat him and either change or reduce his medication, causing him to relapse mentally. View Whole Story
The Eureka Reporter, Aug 30, 2007: Inmate who hanged himself had history of assault. An inmate believed to have hanged himself Wednesday in the Humboldt County jail had been involved in several physical altercations with correctional officers, said a spokesperson from the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office, which manages the jail. View Whole Story
Chico Enterprise Record, Aug 31, 2007: Sheriff seeks charges against inmate who alleges beating by jail guards. The Butte County sheriff Thursday responded to claims by a mentally disabled inmate that guards beat him without provocation Monday, by seeking criminal assault charges against the prisoner. Sporting a bruised face and swollen black eye in court Wednesday, James Lee Mathews, 37, told a judge he was attacked by at least three guards when he was unable to comply with orders to raise his arms as he was being taken to the jail law library. View Whole Story
The Napa Valley Register, Sept 02, 2007: Nonprofit aims to get homeless women off of the streets. A fledgling nonprofit agency that's dedicated to helping women turn their lives around is gaining ground in combating the problem of homelessness in Napa. The group is called New Life Outreach and is a Christian-based, halfway house that provides a home for women, ages 18 and older, who want to break the cycle of homelessness. View Whole Story
Redding Record Searchlight, Sept 05, 2007: Psychiatric industry cannot cure its patients. Gary is a substance abuser, and it was this that created his becoming a victim of the mental health system. He is a psychiatric survivor whom the system has failed. In order to explain this failure and Gary's issue, one need learn a few obscure facts about the "big money" industries of psychiatry and psychology. View Whole Story
Oroville Mercury Register, Sept 06, 2007: Hospital avoids Butte court showdown over mental cases. A court showdown was averted once again Wednesday when a Butte County Jail inmate was transferred to a state mental hospital for treatment — some six months after a judge had ordered that action. // For at least the third time, Napa State Hospital had claimed it didn't have enough bed space to treat a Butte County defendant who was found mentally incompetent to stand trial. View Whole Story
The Napa Valley Register, Sept 27, 2007: Wiggins law on treating inmates awaits Arnold. A bill before Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger could lighten the load for Napa County Jail when it comes to dealing with mentally ill inmates — but observers say even the need for a measure to allow jailers to forcibly medicate inmates shows the state mental health system is in crisis. View Whole Story
The Reporter, Sept 30, 2007: Locked in fear: Mom constantly afraid because of her son's mental illnesses. You think he's a simple nuisance; but then, you don't know him at all. I think he's a tragedy waiting to happen, and since I gave him life and raised him, maybe I know better. View Whole Story
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