I’ve just posted Paulette H Cooper’s saga – with a comment about going mad or not when you become as victimised as she has.
Well, Maurice has survived the same horribleness, except
- he WAS incarcerated in a psychiatric clinic for three months
- according to Dr Tegwyn Williams, the director of that clinic, he was supposed to have such serious brain damage that he was not able to control his behaviour
- following the escape of imprisonment for life only by “outsmarting them”, Maurice has been fighting for those medical records that labelled him with “paranoid delusional disorder”; this resulted in not just his wife divorcing him, but also in umpteen court problems and, above all, by chronic pain from the hip that badly needed to be replaced.
Today he is supposed to be in court in London, but his French doctors don’t allow him to travel after his hip was, eventually replaced there.
The grotesque irony is, that the judge was already standing, i.e. he had risen from his seat when the alleged offence was taking place. That means there was no “court” any more when Maurice “lobbed the file” which was condemned as “contempt of court”!…
Sane or insane, good or evil, The Rule of Law or not???
Maurice’s favourite quote is:
“There is a pleasure sure in being mad that none but mad men know”
Dryden died 1700 Poet Laureate