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Hoax alerts: Watch out for false info on Internet

These are updated notices about misinformation and fraud found on the Internet that may be relevant to MindFreedom members.

Page Hoax about suicide and "schizophrenia."
A participant on a Yahoo Internet group posted a hoax -- intentionally or not -- that MindFreedom is "associated" with an effort to help supply "techniques" to encourage suicide by people diagnosed as "schizophrenic." This is of course totally false, and is a hoax. Here is the truth.
Page An individual against our human rights, D. J. Jaffe, is circulating a rumor that MFI may be linked to "Scientology"
MindFreedom International is 100 percent independent, with no funding from or links to any government, corporation, drug company or religion. However, defenders of the mental health system have tried to say that all critics of the psychiatric system "must" be linked to Scientology, and their organization CCHR. A promoter of more forced psychiatric drugging, D. J. Jaffe, is circulating this rumor by Twitter, etc.
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Tom Wittick

Thomas E. Wittick is an MFI member who named one of the first psychiatric rights movement activist groups in this era in the USA. Tom chose the name "Insane Liberation Front" for the influential group that began in Portland, Oregon, USA in 1970, and he organized along side the infamous Howie T. Harp. Tom is shown here at the MindFreedom Action Space inside the Alternatives 2006 Conference in Portland, Oregon.
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