What about the idea that "all," medical (including psychiatric; cancer tests; etc.) are involuntary??
02/19/2019 - Finally, after years and years of voluntary/involuntary treatment; tests; therapy; etc., it seems that millions or hundreds of members of the medical community (let alone the legal community or the religious community) have followed me around since day one. Everybody kept turning up everywhere I went. This included McDonald's and Jewel Food Stores, as well as a litany of false diagnoses on myself (already disproven clinically) and their intense, burning desire to overzealously practice their profession, craft, or crime on me, any time, any place. It came to the point where any person with cop training let me know (they thought) they were in authority over me, night and day, at home or work, or enroute. The crazy nurse who finally was a butcher at the grocery store screamed vainly into the public bathroom that she "wanted to test Dawn's urine" for any goddamned thing. Police or social workers routinely appeared at my very own apartment doors, etc., to haul me off, when the landlord accused me falsely of loud TV, not having paid my own rent, or a suicide or homicide wish on the neighbors. Parents from afar sent all sorts of men and women to my doors, in the guise of boyfriends and murderers, thieves and arsonists. Once I was "safely" out of the place, they proceeded to drag me off, including from my cars in former years, to always, yet always, test me for drunkenness, drugs, or mental problems. I was ALWAYS, but always, asked by police at my door if I were on any medication. Once I left permanently, or was it 50 times over, for what they thought or knew would cure me permanently of at least one thing - ever being there again. I'm not going to try to defend myself anymore against these outrages. Once they had my money $100 bucks a throw in their hot hands I was free to go - home? By then it was ruined. Then the lawyer from work was the doctor/nurse at the hospital. Then they were the cops on the local beat - me. Then they were the judges in court and the shrinks on the street. Why did it occur to me that they simply did not know that that occurrence happened 20 to 30 years ago? They're getting older, too. It's too bad that everyone could be named by me, too.
Dawn Ellen Geiger commented
ID theft is a felony.