Two AMHP Doctors from the Waterston Assessment Unit, Dorset Healthcare and the University NHS Foundation Trust are being investigated for their involvement in alleged Corporate fraud pertaining to Crown accounts.
Section 3 of the Mental Health Act effectively transfers power of attorney from patients being held against their will to two medical professionals, rendering the patient subject to a position without rights or voice in self determination or even legal representation.
The act allows for two Approved Mental Health Professionals to ignore and deny an individual normally accepted human rights to refuse contract and to refuse treatment with drugs known to have serious and even life threatening side effects.
Whether their actions are directly in the interests of their own pecuniary gain or that of the Waterston Assessment Unit or Dorset Healthcare or the University NHS Foundation Trust or all three is yet to be determined which could provide the two individual doctors involved with a lesser degree of culpability but nevertheless a key elemental implication playing a part in a serious threat to the economic viability and integrity of Crown accounts when either corporate or personal gain is served above the best interests of public safety or the best interests and safety of the individual living being.
The two Doctors involved were not available for comment when called by our Investigative team.
Jay .N. Doe