Mentally handicap locked in dungeon for benefits

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    Ahhh.... the glory of Privatization. Let's throw the Developmentally Disabled out of very regulated institutions and put them in either "for Profit" Group Homes, or in this case...a private home.

    Face it.... there are cases where government is needed.... same with the prison system.
     
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    Very few - even real conservatives - will argue with that.

    But isolated cases will happen whoever has overall responsibility for them. It happens everywhere, it's not unique to the US.
     
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    Of course not, although this is an extreme case.

    This woman was convicted of the same thing 30 years ago. I fear there have been other victims since that time.

    Breakdown of families. Sadly, only one was reported missing.
     
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    Of course not, although this is an extreme case.

    This woman was convicted of the same thing 30 years ago. I fear there have been other victims since that time.

    Breakdown of families. Sadly, only one was reported missing.
     
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    Children and the mentally ill are often exploited in this way.

    My guess would have been foster children are used as cash cows more often than the mentally ill, but perhaps this kind of group home scam is common in that area, as well.
     
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    When law authoritries investigate they will find out that mental hospital doctors are responsible for majority of Prescription drugs related deaths worldwide. Mental hospital doctors are useless people and they survive on money earned for poor and weak people sufferings. The mental drugs/medcines affect the minds of weak people and they cannot fight back and they are destroyed further mentally.

    Mental hospitals receive grants and donations. The reason people are kept in mental hospitals is that they can earn grants/money for keeping the patient alive. Nobody will give money for a dead person.

    Mental doctors will starve to death if they do not suffer weak people because these useless mental doctors do not have any knowledge and talent to earn money.

    Have you ever heard of mad animals being admitted to mental hospital. If people think a animal has gone mad and dangerous then the animal is shot dead/killed.

    Well if people will get psychotic drugs from a mental doctor, you have got to expect problems really.

    All the mental hospitals and such institutions in the world will be shut down forever.
     
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    Huh?

    My suspicions were correct. They are now saying it may have been up to 50 victims.
     
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    Even if a group is privately owned they are still very regulated. If you are running a business where you take care of the disabled or elderly it doesn't matter if you are private. In Washington State if state walks in, which they show up unannounced, and you have someone's wheel chair locked and they are not able to unlock their wheel chair themselves you can be fined.
    Side note, if they are in institution they can be restrained. They can be medically or physically restrained for their safety.
     

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