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I wonder if this happens a lot to mental patients or if they end up being used for sex

I’ve talked to several people who were mental patients who actually got raped or molested by staff in the psych ward (Maryanne Godboldo’s daughter was stolen by CPS, put in a psych ward, forced onto antipsychotics at 11 years of age and then raped and contracted an STD). I am wondering how many of the rapists and sickos there are working in state hospitals or psych wards for children. It is much easier to rape someone on drugs so it probably happens a lot.

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[–] Plague1 2 points (+2|-0) 1 hour ago

No one believes crazy people when they try to report it. It’s an unfortunate side effect of being crazy

[–] FE_Rebekah 0 points (+0|-0) 40 minutes ago

I wish they would let me talk to patients and just tell them I believe them.. They need to be heard and believed before the healing can start..

[–] 2impendingdoom 0 points (+0|-0) 25 minutes ago

All they have to do is diagnose them as delusional, of course, delusional isn’t really grounds for being held in a psych ward but I doubt any judge cares about that.

[–] janedoemadashell 1 points (+1|-0) 1 hour ago

As someone who has worked in mental health for decades (God, that hurt to say!lol), I don’t believe that there is a higher rate of patient abuse in mental vs physical hospital settings, it’s just basically wherever the sick fucking abusers can get themselves into.

[–] jstrotha0975 1 points (+1|-0) 1.3 hours ago

I used to be a mechanic in NJ and the guy that would deliver tires to us molested a 13 year old retarded girl. We used to call him Chester.

[–] Littleredcorvette 1 points (+2|-1) 1.5 hours ago

The CDC is supposed to track stds. Can data requests be made for some aggregate data?

Request information such as age, home situation (I.e. Foster care, medical facility, parent, youth services or detention), location, city or county name. And whatever else, such as whether any further action was taken, such as notification of partner, reports of abuse as required by law, that sort of thing.

If anyone has the capability and skill set to do this type of research, please undertake this idea.

I haven’t checked the CDC site. It might be a place to start. 🏎

[–] Shillary [S] 0 points (+0|-0) 1 microcentury ago

Also this does go along with the FOIA project posted a while back.

[–] Shillary [S] 0 points (+0|-0) 53 minutes ago

That is kind of a scary thought. I wonder if the CDC collects this information from Planned Parenthood on the underage sex slaves.

[–] Jem777 0 points (+0|-0) 28 minutes ago

No one wants to think about this but this happens. Many people are not “crazy” and would caution anyone against that label. Think about the fact that Jimmy Seville the horrid pedophile in the U.K. Involvedin 30 years of child rape accessed children and patients inside hospitals. He was also was involved in sexual acts with deceased patients in morgues.

Operation Paperclip brought the Nazi psychiatrists over to the US and placed them inside mental hospitals. These are the darkest truths no one wants to talk about.

Most children who have had extreme trauma will grow up and be given a psychiatric diagnosis. Think of how many people have dismissed these children throughout history. If they survive they are often fragmented in some way. This is often displayed as self-harm, suicidality, paranoia, flashbacks, nightmares, etc. This is often misdiagnosed and they are placed on massive medications and hospitals repeatedly.

It is a never ending cycle. Just caution everyone. Please hesitate before labeling someone as crazy they might be a trauma victim. Think of that child in the fatherhood video growing up and never getting any help. Then being locked inside a hospital.

[–] PubMaster 0 points (+0|-0) 49 minutes ago  (edited 48 minutes ago)

The link below is for the CDC 2015 Surveillance Report. They don’t really have much on children under the age of 10. The report does break down quite a bit of information, I’m surprised by the lack of information on not only that group, but how the report seems to disregard the 11 to 14 year old group by lumping them into the the 19 year old and below statistics. I have yet to see any information that would say if there is an increase or decrease in those groups. I personally find that interesting on it’s own. And on any charts at the end of the report there are no numbers given under the age of 15.