Tuesday, October 2, 2007

CSBs :: LE seeking potential victims regarding Gwinnett mental health care..

This is coming to you from a local library (Pickens) so apologies for the apparent shortness..

Couldn't get the related Atlanta Journal-Constitution webpage to pull up (keeps frying this machine), and most others pretty much deny reproduction rights of any kind soooooo........

Try the following search keywords in your favorite search engine.....

Gwinnett County :: Dr. Mohammed Qureshi, 45 :: psychiatric evaluation :: Lawrenceville :: psychiatric physician :: Gwinnett Rockdale Newton Community Service Board

Google's news search feature provides the following..

MOST importantly :: Investigators want to hear from potential victims for whom the above keywords ring home.. Contact info I could immediately come up with (as it was not provided in any of the stories I located)........

As soon as possible, I'll provide more legal resources interested in hearing from potential victims..

If you are affected by this story, please come forward if you can.. Turn to your private circle of support to go with you in person or sit by the phone while you call the proper authorities..

If you have no one immediately available to stand by your side as moral support, call your local CIL (center for independent living) for support.. Better yet, just walk in.. They're open most business day hours.. Ask one of the on-duty CIL associates to sit with you while you call the local Lawrenceville or Gwinnett County law enforcement agencies to explain your own situation..

If you are a friend, family member, or newbie advocate assisting someone filing a report with Lawrenceville or Gwinnett County, please keep in mind that the person who originally opeenheartedly sought out mental health care services, your friend sitting with you there, is now potentially also a victim of sexual assault.. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to this end may additionally have to be factored in to Life, possibly from this point forth..

Remember.. You didn't ask for this to happen to you.. You did what countless psychiatric survivors did before you.. You trusted as you should have been able to do.. When you are ready, do what you can within yourself to hold the person responsible accountable.. Speaking from very personal experience, self-determination and empowerment will be your immediate reward..

Cyber hugs..

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