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Denial of Visiting

Community Access to Mental Health Patients (read as pdf)

 

Denial of Visiting

 

From April 2009 until September 13, 2011, several dozen citizens of good character including psychiatrists, lawyers and other people of goodwill were blocked access to visit and help Saeed Dezfouli after…

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Timeline of Saeed’s Case

1958

  • Saeed Dezfouli born in Iran. 

1983

  • Migrated to Australia. Immediately began studying a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in political sciences. 
 1986
  • Saeed became a citizen of Australia, and began working as a court interpreter for the Ethnic Affairs Commission NSW,

2001

  • Throughout…

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About Saeed

About Saeed


“I am a patient with patients’ rights, an inmate with inmates’ rights and a human being with human rights. These rights have been fundamentally and severely violated by unprofessional and sadistic state government employees in the positions of psychiatrists, psychiatric…

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The Treatment of Saeed Dezfouli

History of Treatment


In February 2002 Saeed was transferred to Long Bay Prison Hospital and in 2004 he was found not guilty due to mental illness. Since that time he has been held indefinitely and subjected to continuous abuse. His mistreatment by the staff of Justice Health and the department of…

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Letter sent to Justice Health

Mr Forrest

Acting Chief Executive

Justice Health and Forensic Mental Network

Dear Mr Forrest,

The Justice Action Team is writing to draw attention to the case of Mr Malcolm George Baker min 221029 and what occurred.

The Tribunal rejected the application by Justice Health for an order to retain Mr…

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Letter sent to NSW Legal Aid

To

Mr Robert Wheeler

Mental Health Advocacy Service

Dear Mr Wheeler,

We want to draw your attention to the case of Mr Malcolm George Baker min 221029 and what occurred at his recent Tribunal Hearing on 14/7/16.

The Tribunal rejected the application by Justice Health for an order to retain Mr Baker…

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