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  • Boudicca

    I find it incredibly unlikely that a registered psychologist would drop draino into a clients eyes to assist them to become blind.

    • b1ackbird

      Same. That is seriously questionable. Maybe he once was a psychologist- but I'm having a hard time believing one with a valid license would do this.

      This poor woman needed help- not being mutilated. But there are lots of people out there, to say that she empirically just needed help is beyond me. I can't make that judgement- but I can say I find it all very unlikely. I believe that this woman was purposefully blinded, but I find EVERYTHING else questionable.

  • Gozzin

    This person needed to have been put in a protective environment. Think of all the people who would love to NOT be blind..I'm disturbed beyond words.

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