“Doctors reporting crimes are turned back over to the very perpetrators of the crimes” — Dr. Michael L. Langan

“Doctors reporting crimes are turned back over to the very perpetrators of the crimes. The Medical Societies and professional organizations contribute to the problem by willful ignorance. Accusations are used to disregard the claims of the accused.” (1)

This quote describes exactly what happens to me.(2-8) I was reporting crimes and then delivered back to the criminal perpetrators, forced psychiatric treatment was prescribed by political abusers of psychiatry. This unethical act has been kept in secret and it have not been described by the official University records. Events that were executed by a member of the directive board at Universidad del Valle (the vice-dean of research: Mauricio Palacios Gomez).(9)


  1. Michael L. Langan. Bent Science and Bad Medicine: The Medical Profession, Moral Entrepeneurship and social control.
  2. Jorge H. Ramírez. “Me gusta cuando callas porque estas como ausente” (no answers yet).
  3. Jorge H. Ramírez. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: which articles were violated by @Univalle_FSalud?
  4. Jorge H. Ramírez. Request of retraction of a clinical practice guideline | Coronary artery disease|Health Ministry, COLCIENCIAS, UdeA. | Colombia, 2013.
  5. Jorge H. Ramírez. Why the silence? @Univalle_FSalud.
  6. Jorge H. Ramírez. FYI (1/2): Asociación Colombiana de Psiquiatría – @ACPPsiquiatria. ―cc @FearLoathingBTX @FedemedicaC.
  7. Jorge H. Ramírez. 1st Request of Retraction: Clinical Practice Guideline – Medical Treatment of Adult Depression – @IETSColombia.
  8. Jorge H. Ramírez. Whistleblowers and psychiatrists: the backfire.
  9. Jorge H. Ramírez. Red or Blue Pill? http://chaoticpharmacology.com/2014/12/15/red-or-blue-pill/

  6 comments for ““Doctors reporting crimes are turned back over to the very perpetrators of the crimes” — Dr. Michael L. Langan

  1. March 12, 2015 at 1:22 pm

    Reblogged this on Chaos Theory and Human Pharmacology and commented:

    “The actions which can be called suppression
    most often are implemented by people in positions
    of power in organisations or associations. This
    means business executives, government officials
    and leaders in professions (law, medicine). Usually,
    the attacks on a person come from their superiors:
    for example, attacks against academics who speak
    out more often come from university administrations
    than from outsiders.” (1)


    1. Martin B. Suppression of dissent: what it is and what to do about it. Social Medicine 2012; 6:246-248.

  2. March 15, 2015 at 10:31 pm

    “You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.” – Abraham Lincoln

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