To those who doubt if mind control is real, here's a real life case from back in the early '90s. Right before the school-shooting phenomenom took
off, a shrink got caught mind-controlling kids to kill
TACOMA - A Pierce County jury has awarded $2.1 million to the family of an autistic man who sued his discredited neuropsychiatrist over treatment,
saying the now-dead doctor tried to erase part of their son's brain and turn him into a trained killer
. (The victim was about 20 at the
"The attorney representing the estate of Gig Harbor neuropsychiatrist Donald Dudley, who died in October(2000), declined comment.
Dudley's license to practice medicine was suspended in 1993 after he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. In one episode cited in the suspension,
Bellevue police found Dudley with an arsenal of guns in a hotel room where he was treating a suicidal 15-year-old boy. The boy reportedly
threatened a clerk with a .44-caliber pistol
(Victim Stephen)Drummond's parents filed the lawsuit in 1998, contending that Dudley used drugs and hypnotic suggestion in an effort to recruit
and train killers from among his patients
"Dudley treated Drummond for a seizure disorder with eight sessions in 1989, 13 in 1990, one in 1991 and six in 1992.
The family attorneys said the drugs Dudley prescribed made Drummond psychotic and delusional
, symptoms not usually associated with autism. In
October 1990, Dudley injected Drummond with sodium amytal, a powerful sedative, the attorneys say. Dudley's files said he intended to erase part
of Drummond's brain and implant new behavioral characteristics
"When Jeanie Drummond confronted Dudley about her son's treatment in November 1992, he told her he was going to take over hospitals, police forces
, and that she was fortunate he wanted her son to be one of his trained soldiers, attorneys said. 'Dr. Dudley told her he was
working for the CIA
, and if she told anybody about this, he'd kill her....'
"(the victim would) start ranting and raving about Navy Seals and killing children
and police officers," (lawyer Lisa)Marchese said. ... By
February 1992, Stephen Drummond sat in his room all day, talking to himself, neither driving nor bathing and in need of constant care. ... Marchese
said one reason for the suspension(of his medical license) was that Dudley told a chronic fatigue syndrome patient from Arizona to learn martial arts
and the use of guns to help the doctor's cause. Dudley claimed he was from another planet and was one of 100 people who rule the earth, she said.