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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Illegal

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    It's not the typos and the grammar, it's that what you're describing makes no sense. Why would someone monitor you illegally? What would be the motivation?

    Why are you living with a nurse? Are you competent or does someone else make those decisions on your behalf?

    Why are you submitting to these exams and treatments if they are against your wishes? Why are you not calling the police to report the trespass and assault on your person?

    I can ask a million questions like this but the issue is that, eventually I have to accept the simplest solution as the most likely and the situation that you present just isn't that likely; that you're competent, have expressed that you do not consent, that a team of doctors are invading your home and shocking you and interrogating you and that your nurse is complicit (the must be, right?) and that you have chosen to bring the issue to the attention of a legal forum and not the police.

    So, in the end, I still say that this makes no sense. at all. To mount such a conspiracy takes more effort that it's worth to not only effect these actions but to also conceal them so as to be able to impugn your credibility. Why bother?
    You can think whatever you like Iím competent and their story is not evenly a reality just some story theyíve made up Iím double checking is illegal. I donít know what the motivation is other than what theyíve admitted which was to use me to gain favor in the industry and network of people I know. Iím legally sane according to 5 doctors and am intelligent and educated. Itís surely a waste of time for you to muse this with me as a potentiality but I infact already know this is illegal from what I have studied. Iíd like to ask you if you could how it would be legal for any medical professionals to monitor me 24/7 and not challenge my competency which is verified by some of the best healthcare in the US. Thank you good sir. I am musing that I might just drop this whole issue if they leave and have contemplated how stupid it was before. Like a cruel joke I get at the end. Hilariously I would get money out of them though for wasting my time. If you were my lawyer Iíd make you rich LMAO I serve Jesus not money; Iíd give you over half.

  2. #12
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    What previous doctors said and ordered is irrelevant. What matters is the doctor that ordered this treatment. What type of treatment in your home do they do ? Have you discussed this with the doctor that ordered it ?

    It sounds like the problems you have are distorting your perception of reality in your views of this. Are law enforcement officers with these people? If not, you do not have to let them in the door.

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Illegal

    For starters, you didn't ask a question, so I'm unsure what the purpose of your post is.

    Additionally, if someone did something then that person obviously can do it. Whether the thing is legal is a completely different inquiry.

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    Can they trespass and treat you if you donít consent to anything
    Who are "they"? What does "trespass . . . you" mean? Treat you for what?

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    Can they . . . say itís always the first time
    Other than persons who are incapable of speech, anyone can say this.

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    Can they . . . bring multiple medical professionals into your home so you canít deny treatment no matter what you tell them
    Why would "bring[ing] multiple medical professionals into your home" prevent you from "deny[ing] treatment"?

    And again, who are "they" that are doing all of these things, and why are "they" doing them?

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    I have never heard of these people and when asked for names they have given me nothing.
    Are you saying that a bunch of random people, including "multiple medical professionals," simply showed up at your home one day, entered the home without your permission and "treated" you in some way for something? What is it that they "treated" you for and what treatment did they administer?

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    I know they canít treat me.
    And yet, according to you, "they" did treat you. If that's true, then your statement that "the can't treat" you is necessarily false.

    I'm only less than two lines into 7+ line post, and already your "story" makes zero sense. If you have legal questions for us, I suggest you make some attempt to tell a coherent story. Here's an example of coherent storytelling: "On January 23, 2019, three men knocked on the door of my house. When I answered the door, they forced their way in and restrained me and injected me with a substance that made me feel woozy." Get the idea? Be concise. Be clear about who's doing what? Avoid pronouns without clear antecedents. In other words, stuff that you were taught in elementary school. Also be clear about what your question is or what your purpose is in posting here.

  4. #14
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    Default Re: Illegal

    I am a medical professional and can perhaps shed some light on this. The simple answer is yes. You don't have to let them into your home and allow them to treat you. You have the right to refuse as a patient. Now with that said there may be repercussions to your actions. For example, if your under court order to have these treatments then you can go to jail for not complying. In some situations in a mental hospital for example if your endangering yourself or others and refuse to take a medication, the staff can hold you down and force you take a medication LEGALLY. Thats an extreme example. Since your living in your home then I'm assuming your not a danger to yourself or to society so there is no need for forceful medicine. You have given us no diagnosis so that tells me you got something to hide or don't want to share. My guess is its some sort of mental health issue but it doesn't matter.

    hope that helps. good luck

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