The Case Against Buffy Wells

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 19, 2009 Under: Case of Buffy Wells
SYNOPSIS

This court was asked to rule with regards to Ms. Buffy Wells as supported by Amicus Briefs that were filed in support of Ms. Wells. Those briefs contained information suggesting that the patient was wrongfully detained in a mental facility steming from a complaint that was placed with a local police department.  It seems that Ms. Wells was outside walking and in "conversation" with herself when a patrol car saw her and ultimately took Ms. Wells to a mental facility for evaluation.  It was established afterwards that Ms. Wells was returning from work and was discussing issued with herself when police rudely placed her into their car. This subsequent taking in of Ms. Wells resulted from a complaint from someone in the neighborhood. It was also mentioned in the police report that a woman matching Ms. Wells "description" walked around on a daily basis in a shabby unkept manner, like a "witch" as the report stated and always carrying a heavy bag. This irritated neighbors and police were called to intervene. It also appears that several months earlier Ms. Wells filed a complaint with the local police department regarding a man who seemed to be following and or stalking her. Ms. Wells provided a description and named of the man and asked that he be kept away from her. Ms. Wells had apparently ignored his advances. This man seemed to bother Ms. Wells who was under a lot of stress which resulted in her muttering to herself on the way home. after explaining this to hospital psychiatrists. the hospital would not release Ms. Wells until all tests performed on her were in and reviewed. This took a total of three weeks. Ms. Wells missed work and had to use her vacation time for the absent days from work. After her release, Ms. Wells filed a complaint against the police and hospital that detained her. The man who Ms. Wells said was stalking her was evenutally arrested for drugs as he already was serving a probation sentence.

Question Presented

Ms. Wells was not physically or verbally threatening to anyone as she walked to her home as often as she does from work as she does not have a car. Without imposing a threat to others what prompted the police to have her picked up and evaluated by a hospital?

Argument

Ms. Wells is often seen in the neighborhood going to and from work. She therefore is no stranger and should not have been of suspicion as she has been at her current employ and home address for a number of years. Upon examination Ms. Wells was coherent, nourished and able to explain what had occured. Since there are no tests that can examine a person for witchcraft or the practice of with regards to the removal of evil spirits that can cure ailments or render a person spiritually innocent for crimes otherwise committed. As it stated in the complaint that Ms.Wells walked around like a "witch". Therefore, Ms. Wells felt that she was being detained according to someones version and belief of practices and scripture. Ms Wells states that the state's "secret privilege of protection" was abused by the police as those who refer to satanic practices and Leviticus, a third book in the old testament and the priestly code for rules of cleanliness, sin-offerings, and atonement. This also involves the injunction of the commandment "love ones neighbors as oneself". Which is strange because those who reported Ms. Wells had neglect for that very commandment. And to save the children of Molech or those who are the "gods" with this religious group of people. These individuals are very dismissed from reality regarding Ms. Wells by subjecting her to a mental facility for detainment in risk of being fired for sacrifical purposes.

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The Case Against Buffy Wells

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 19, 2009 Under: Case of Buffy Wells
SYNOPSIS

This court was asked to rule with regards to Ms. Buffy Wells as supported by Amicus Briefs that were filed in support of Ms. Wells. Those briefs contained information suggesting that the patient was wrongfully detained in a mental facility steming from a complaint that was placed with a local police department.  It seems that Ms. Wells was outside walking and in "conversation" with herself when a patrol car saw her and ultimately took Ms. Wells to a mental facility for evaluation.  It was established afterwards that Ms. Wells was returning from work and was discussing issued with herself when police rudely placed her into their car. This subsequent taking in of Ms. Wells resulted from a complaint from someone in the neighborhood. It was also mentioned in the police report that a woman matching Ms. Wells "description" walked around on a daily basis in a shabby unkept manner, like a "witch" as the report stated and always carrying a heavy bag. This irritated neighbors and police were called to intervene. It also appears that several months earlier Ms. Wells filed a complaint with the local police department regarding a man who seemed to be following and or stalking her. Ms. Wells provided a description and named of the man and asked that he be kept away from her. Ms. Wells had apparently ignored his advances. This man seemed to bother Ms. Wells who was under a lot of stress which resulted in her muttering to herself on the way home. after explaining this to hospital psychiatrists. the hospital would not release Ms. Wells until all tests performed on her were in and reviewed. This took a total of three weeks. Ms. Wells missed work and had to use her vacation time for the absent days from work. After her release, Ms. Wells filed a complaint against the police and hospital that detained her. The man who Ms. Wells said was stalking her was evenutally arrested for drugs as he already was serving a probation sentence.

Question Presented

Ms. Wells was not physically or verbally threatening to anyone as she walked to her home as often as she does from work as she does not have a car. Without imposing a threat to others what prompted the police to have her picked up and evaluated by a hospital?

Argument

Ms. Wells is often seen in the neighborhood going to and from work. She therefore is no stranger and should not have been of suspicion as she has been at her current employ and home address for a number of years. Upon examination Ms. Wells was coherent, nourished and able to explain what had occured. Since there are no tests that can examine a person for witchcraft or the practice of with regards to the removal of evil spirits that can cure ailments or render a person spiritually innocent for crimes otherwise committed. As it stated in the complaint that Ms.Wells walked around like a "witch". Therefore, Ms. Wells felt that she was being detained according to someones version and belief of practices and scripture. Ms Wells states that the state's "secret privilege of protection" was abused by the police as those who refer to satanic practices and Leviticus, a third book in the old testament and the priestly code for rules of cleanliness, sin-offerings, and atonement. This also involves the injunction of the commandment "love ones neighbors as oneself". Which is strange because those who reported Ms. Wells had neglect for that very commandment. And to save the children of Molech or those who are the "gods" with this religious group of people. These individuals are very dismissed from reality regarding Ms. Wells by subjecting her to a mental facility for detainment in risk of being fired for sacrifical purposes.

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The Case Against Buffy Wells

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 19, 2009 Under: Case of Buffy Wells
SYNOPSIS

This court was asked to rule with regards to Ms. Buffy Wells as supported by Amicus Briefs that were filed in support of Ms. Wells. Those briefs contained information suggesting that the patient was wrongfully detained in a mental facility steming from a complaint that was placed with a local police department.  It seems that Ms. Wells was outside walking and in "conversation" with herself when a patrol car saw her and ultimately took Ms. Wells to a mental facility for evaluation.  It was established afterwards that Ms. Wells was returning from work and was discussing issued with herself when police rudely placed her into their car. This subsequent taking in of Ms. Wells resulted from a complaint from someone in the neighborhood. It was also mentioned in the police report that a woman matching Ms. Wells "description" walked around on a daily basis in a shabby unkept manner, like a "witch" as the report stated and always carrying a heavy bag. This irritated neighbors and police were called to intervene. It also appears that several months earlier Ms. Wells filed a complaint with the local police department regarding a man who seemed to be following and or stalking her. Ms. Wells provided a description and named of the man and asked that he be kept away from her. Ms. Wells had apparently ignored his advances. This man seemed to bother Ms. Wells who was under a lot of stress which resulted in her muttering to herself on the way home. after explaining this to hospital psychiatrists. the hospital would not release Ms. Wells until all tests performed on her were in and reviewed. This took a total of three weeks. Ms. Wells missed work and had to use her vacation time for the absent days from work. After her release, Ms. Wells filed a complaint against the police and hospital that detained her. The man who Ms. Wells said was stalking her was evenutally arrested for drugs as he already was serving a probation sentence.

Question Presented

Ms. Wells was not physically or verbally threatening to anyone as she walked to her home as often as she does from work as she does not have a car. Without imposing a threat to others what prompted the police to have her picked up and evaluated by a hospital?

Argument

Ms. Wells is often seen in the neighborhood going to and from work. She therefore is no stranger and should not have been of suspicion as she has been at her current employ and home address for a number of years. Upon examination Ms. Wells was coherent, nourished and able to explain what had occured. Since there are no tests that can examine a person for witchcraft or the practice of with regards to the removal of evil spirits that can cure ailments or render a person spiritually innocent for crimes otherwise committed. As it stated in the complaint that Ms.Wells walked around like a "witch". Therefore, Ms. Wells felt that she was being detained according to someones version and belief of practices and scripture. Ms Wells states that the state's "secret privilege of protection" was abused by the police as those who refer to satanic practices and Leviticus, a third book in the old testament and the priestly code for rules of cleanliness, sin-offerings, and atonement. This also involves the injunction of the commandment "love ones neighbors as oneself". Which is strange because those who reported Ms. Wells had neglect for that very commandment. And to save the children of Molech or those who are the "gods" with this religious group of people. These individuals are very dismissed from reality regarding Ms. Wells by subjecting her to a mental facility for detainment in risk of being fired for sacrifical purposes.

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The Case Against Buffy Wells

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 19, 2009 Under: Case of Buffy Wells
SYNOPSIS

This court was asked to rule with regards to Ms. Buffy Wells as supported by Amicus Briefs that were filed in support of Ms. Wells. Those briefs contained information suggesting that the patient was wrongfully detained in a mental facility steming from a complaint that was placed with a local police department.  It seems that Ms. Wells was outside walking and in "conversation" with herself when a patrol car saw her and ultimately took Ms. Wells to a mental facility for evaluation.  It was established afterwards that Ms. Wells was returning from work and was discussing issued with herself when police rudely placed her into their car. This subsequent taking in of Ms. Wells resulted from a complaint from someone in the neighborhood. It was also mentioned in the police report that a woman matching Ms. Wells "description" walked around on a daily basis in a shabby unkept manner, like a "witch" as the report stated and always carrying a heavy bag. This irritated neighbors and police were called to intervene. It also appears that several months earlier Ms. Wells filed a complaint with the local police department regarding a man who seemed to be following and or stalking her. Ms. Wells provided a description and named of the man and asked that he be kept away from her. Ms. Wells had apparently ignored his advances. This man seemed to bother Ms. Wells who was under a lot of stress which resulted in her muttering to herself on the way home. after explaining this to hospital psychiatrists. the hospital would not release Ms. Wells until all tests performed on her were in and reviewed. This took a total of three weeks. Ms. Wells missed work and had to use her vacation time for the absent days from work. After her release, Ms. Wells filed a complaint against the police and hospital that detained her. The man who Ms. Wells said was stalking her was evenutally arrested for drugs as he already was serving a probation sentence.

Question Presented

Ms. Wells was not physically or verbally threatening to anyone as she walked to her home as often as she does from work as she does not have a car. Without imposing a threat to others what prompted the police to have her picked up and evaluated by a hospital?

Argument

Ms. Wells is often seen in the neighborhood going to and from work. She therefore is no stranger and should not have been of suspicion as she has been at her current employ and home address for a number of years. Upon examination Ms. Wells was coherent, nourished and able to explain what had occured. Since there are no tests that can examine a person for witchcraft or the practice of with regards to the removal of evil spirits that can cure ailments or render a person spiritually innocent for crimes otherwise committed. As it stated in the complaint that Ms.Wells walked around like a "witch". Therefore, Ms. Wells felt that she was being detained according to someones version and belief of practices and scripture. Ms Wells states that the state's "secret privilege of protection" was abused by the police as those who refer to satanic practices and Leviticus, a third book in the old testament and the priestly code for rules of cleanliness, sin-offerings, and atonement. This also involves the injunction of the commandment "love ones neighbors as oneself". Which is strange because those who reported Ms. Wells had neglect for that very commandment. And to save the children of Molech or those who are the "gods" with this religious group of people. These individuals are very dismissed from reality regarding Ms. Wells by subjecting her to a mental facility for detainment in risk of being fired for sacrifical purposes.

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