It’s time for a National Mental Health Offender Registry!

We at NamiDearest have been highly concerned about our wandering mentally ill loved ones as well as those groups who refer to themselves as “survivors of psychiatry”, particularly those from the “antipsychiatry” factions. True to our cause, we have developed a plan to curtail the unacceptable freedoms bestowed upon these people by the Bill of Rights in the United States Constitution.

Today, my fellow NamiDearests, we call for a National Mental Health Offender Registry, referred to from herein as the “MHOR“. The MHOR would be modeled upon the already existing National Sex Offender Registry, but it would not be limited to those who’ve been convicted of criminal offenses. A serious mental health offense exists by application of any diagnosis by a mental health clinician, and anyone so diagnosed would be included in the registry and monitored for compliance with a psychiatric treatment regimen. This is all about prevention!

You’re saying, “but this sounds very much like assisted outpatient treatment.” Well, it is, only better! We will register and track everyone who is diagnosed for treatment compliance, and the registry will be public, so we will all be able to identify the mentally ill in our neighborhoods, at work, school and in our social groups. This way we will know who to avoid while walking the dog, who should be laid off, and who should be suspended from classes BEFORE they do anything dangerous or crazy.

In addition, MHOR teams will take advantage of the latest technology, using GPS tracking and implantable microchips to easily locate runaway offenders and to store all of their psychiatric records on their (or I should say in their) person, to make it faster and more efficient for medical professionals to know who is faking medical problems for attention, or having neurotic symptoms rather than real medical needs. Those patients coming to the ED with a psychiatric history can be easily swept away for psychiatric evaluation, clearing the emergency beds for patients having real heart attacks and real pain. Mental health offenders will be required to report to a parole psychiatrist on a regular basis. Those violating psychiatric parole will be subject to involuntary commitment and other safety measures.

All mentally ill will carry microchip enhanced identification cards in place of the traditional forms of ID, which will be reserved for us, the mentally well. The program will utilize a National Instant Background Check service that can be implemented at every cash register, much like the way customers are currently carded for alcohol and cigarettes, but by entering the ID number, the cashier will alert the central registry that a mental health offender is attempting to purchase a sharp item, a poisonous item, vitamins and supplements, or an item containing caffeine, in addition to monitoring for alcohol and cigarette purchases. Those purchase attempts will be aborted instantly.

We are enlisting the support of the Canadian government in compiling a registry of their own mentally ill. Their national health insurance programs should make this nearly effortless. Mentally ill Canadians will be quickly detained at our borders, so that no new mentally ill can enter our homeland to use our services, steal our jobs and kill our people. Indeed, this important monitoring and detention is already underway.

The general public will feel more at peace, because they too will have access to the important identifying information. The public registry will look something like this:

 

 

First name: Jane                                                  

Middle name: B.

Last name: Crayze

Home Address
123 Sesame Street
Yahoo, VA 54321
Distance: Unknown miles
Other Address
Employer:  U.S. Federal Government
Address: Washington, D.C.
  Paid to be crazy
Distance: 25 miles

 

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Aliases
daughter, sister, mother,  human being
Convictions
Conviction date:   4/01/1975 Born alive, needy infant, physically abused, emotionally neglected, defective genes, bad brain. Offender’s age at conviction: Infant Conviction date: 5/10/1977Sexually Abused 1stOffender’s age at conviction: 2

Conviction date: 4/07/1989

Depressed, Suicidal, Borderline Personality Disorder

Offender’s age at conviction: 13

Conviction date: 5/23/1989

Incomplete suicide attempt, manipulative Borderline

Offender’s age at conviction: 14

Conviction date: 5/31/1992

Bipolar I, Borderline Personality Disorder

Offender’s age at conviction: 16

Conviction date: 3/05/1994

Incomplete suicide attempt, Bipolar I, Borderline Personality Disorder

Offender’s age at conviction: 19

 

Conviction date: 3/05/1995

Incomplete suicide attempt, Bipolar I, Borderline Personality Disorder

Offender’s age at conviction: 20

Convictions: 1995-2004

Multiple incomplete suicide attempts, Frequent flier, Self-injurious behavior, Bipolar I, Borderline Personality Disorder, Bad daughter, Debtor, Medication non-compliant, Anosognosia, Therapy failure, Menace to society, Leech, Life unworthy of life.

2004-Present

Non-compliant. On the run.

Source of Information: VA State Mental Health Offender Registry

Physical Characteristics
Gender: Hysterical female Race: Caucasian
Hair: Bleached blonde with dark roots Eye: Green
Height: 5’10” Weight: 150 lbs
DOB: April 1, 1975  
Markings
scars right and left wrists.

 

 

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7 Responses to It’s time for a National Mental Health Offender Registry!

  1. Mark p.s.2 says:

    Employer: U.S. Federal Government
    “Paid to be crazy”, no , no. You have it wrong. Crazy comes first, then the patients are paid . The months long stay in jail hospital on drugs medications does not make people crazy.

  2. Dieter Schprocket says:

    I think a DNA sample should be included. This way, the samples could be part of the national database, and every time there’s a crime, they can check so many more people!

    You know, as well as I do, that the mentally ill are the ones committing the crimes.

    We’ll be crime free in ten years!

  3. Emma Goldman says:

    Lucky for me, it’s pretty difficult to register a dead crazy anarchist.

  4. Jonathan Gardner says:

    You people are falling into Satans trap once you take the mark your destiny will be sealed forever
    apart from the Creator who wishes to have a relationship with you. There is healing comfort in
    his presence.there is other God ecept The one true Eloheim the rest are phoneys
    yours old time preacher man

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