Boyd had failed to examine patients properly, provide treatment plans or record the treatment which was given. David Bradly, for the GDC, told the hearing that 101 of Boyd’s patients were left needing “immediate treatment” after going to see him.

Yet that Dr RB John  had me removed from the Dental Register at 09.00 this morning June 12th 1998, 11 years ago, for these problems but Dr RB John ALSO said THIS about me:


In his Medical Opinion dated 4th June 1998. If my nurse had sent all the patients home, 29/05/98, because I was “unable to work” WHY THE FUCK WAS I STILL IN THE PRACTICE. Also is not the word CONFRONTED a little strong: Confronted: to face especially in challenge : oppose <confront an enemy. Present somebody with something usually to accuse or criticise.

AND why the order in the above paragraph, from his “Medical Opinion” 29/05/98 first and  then the 21/05/98. If he was writing “from my medical notes” then that error would NOT HAVE OCCURED. It could happen however if you are making up the story, or was it a typo? BUT then the date would have been recorded in my Medical Notes and seen by the NHS  Complaint, where he investigated himself.

ALSO should Dr RB John have written these “facts” in my Medical Notes for ALL to see, but NOONE, in the NHS Farce/Complaint mentioned  these “visits” In fact Mr DH Simpson from the Independent Review, Brecon, said THERE WAS NO DIAGNOSIS of any illness sufficient to warrant hospitalisation. Surely if Dr John had done what he said he would have written THAT in the notes if not as in the case with the struck off dentist he would be guilty of failing to record the treatment which was given and provide treatment plans.

“The General Dental Council (GDC) heard how the investigation discovered that Boyd had failed to examine patients properly, provide treatment plans or record the treatment which was given.”


I actually now believe that the so called NHS Complaint service never DID investigate with total impartiality. I believe the investigation was , from the start, geared to make sure Dr RBJohn was found to be exemplary, NO MATTER WHAT, AFTER ALL I was only a mental patient. A statement repeated many times since then.

READ my thoughts on the Medical Opinion.

AND then why did the Consultant from Heath House Priory write ONE YEAR LATER 29th June 1999 “Mr James WILL NOT BE ABLE TO RETURN TO DENTISTRY. SHE DIDN’T KNOW I WAS NO LONGER PRACTICING by that comment, yet I had been “retired” for a year by then. And look how that was organised.


Short Term effects of two drugs:

Drug A: a surge of euphoria (“rush”) accompanied by a warm flushing of the skin, a dry mouth, and heavy extremities. Following this initial euphoria, the user goes “on the nod,” an alternately wakeful and drowsy state. Mental functioning becomes clouded due to the depression of the central nervous system. Other effects included slowed and slurred speech, slow gait, constricted pupils, droopy eyelids, impaired night vision, vomiting, constipation.  The drug causes dependency.

Drug B: can cause psychiatric problems that previously were not there and in some cases this had led to violent behaviour towards others and suicide. development of unpleasant or distressing restlessness and the need to move, often accompanied by an inability to sit or stand still, drowsiness, confusion, muscle twitching or convulsions. The drug causes dependency. the withdrawal from which has caused the occurrence of new symptoms.

I started Drug B at 09.00 June 12th 1998 11 years ago, today. Drug A  is Heroin, drug B is Seroxat.

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