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    Under date of June 7, 1987 n4 (Ex. F) McBride writes asking what
    happened to his tooth and saying 12 others will have to be pulled "to
    stop the voice modem mean telephone receiving device." Not
    surprisingly, one of the enclosures with Ex. F is a March 18, 1987
    psychiatric evaluation identifying his fixation on the tooth-implanted
    computer device as "a clear cut well organized systematized and fixed
    delusion" reflecting paranoid schizophrenia.

    ~~~~~~~

    Mark Allen McBride, Plaintiff, v. Richard W. DeRobertis, Defendant

    No. 84 C 1453

    UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS,
    EASTERN DIVISION

    1987 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 5965


    June 24, 1987, Decided

    OPINIONBY: [*1]

    SHADUR

    OPINION: MEMORANDUM OPINION

    MILTON I. SHADUR, JUDGE.

    This case has long since been closed, but because of the troublesome
    situation posed by plaintiff Mark McBride ("McBride") n1 this Court
    prevailed upon appointed pro bono counsel Ann Acker to continue to
    serve as McBride's guardian ad litem. n2 Now McBride, who had been
    quiescent in terms of court filings for a long period of time, has
    become extremely active during recent weeks:

    1. Under date of April 18, 1987 (Ex. B) McBride challenges this
    Court's March 19, 1985 order directing the mental examination referred
    to in n.1 of this Opinion because that order was not signed. Though
    Ex. B refers to the order as being "attached," it was not accompanied
    by any document. Of course the original order was in fact issued by
    this Court (it was done orally in open court and memorialized by a
    minute order), so McBride's argument is simply mistaken.

    2. Under date of April 23, 1987 (Ex. C) McBride complains of his
    representation by counsel. He persists in the delusion of a
    transmitter device implanted in one of his teeth, the presence of that
    transmitter allegedly being shown by a dental chart (actually the
    dentist's indication of the presence [*2] of an ordinary filing).

    3. Under date of May 7, 1987 (Ex. D) McBride continues in the same
    vein. Indeed, he as sent the now pulled tooth to this Court and asked
    appointment of new counsel to assert a claim based on the alleged
    monitoring of this thoughts and conversations. n3

    4. Under date of May 10, 1987 (Ex. E) McBride complains of the
    dismissal both of this case and an earlier case on the calendar of
    this Court's colleague Judge William Hart (No. 83 C 7358), claiming
    the psychiatric evaluation was "no legal reason to dismiss either
    case" and concluding:

    I would like to appeal both cases being dismissed and the Guardian Ad
    Litem that presently represent both case I have in the pass.

    5. Under date of June 7, 1987 n4 (Ex. F) McBride writes asking what
    happened to his tooth and saying 12 others will have to be pulled "to
    stop the voice modem mean telephone receiving device." Not
    surprisingly, one of the enclosures with Ex. F is a March 18, 1987
    psychiatric evaluation identifying his fixation on the tooth-implanted
    computer device as "a clear cut well organized systematized and fixed
    delusion" reflecting paranoid schizophrenia.

    6. Under date of June 16, 1987 (Ex. G) McBride enclosures [*3] the
    dental reports on the removed tooth and (a) expressed his "read[iness]
    to cooperate with Attorney James P. O'Brien" (see n.2) and (b) says
    he's thinking about writing the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary
    Commission about Mr. O'Brien "because he fail to want the case."



    n1 McBride has been and continues to be confined at Menard
    Correctional Center. During the pendency of this action this Court
    arranged for his psychiatric evaluation at Isaac Ray Center, and the
    result of that evaluation (placed in the court file under seal) was a
    determination that McBride was not competent to proceed with
    litigation at that time. Both the counsel appointed by this Court to
    represent McBride on a pro bono basis and Assistant Attorney General
    Rolanda Webb demonstrated both thoughtfulness and compassion in the
    handling of the matter.


    n2 Ms. Acker was one of the two Chapman & Cutler lawyers who had
    served McBride as counsel. James O'Brien of that firm was the other.
    This Court's May 28, 1985 order is attached as Ex. A.


    n3 McBride obviously harbors the delusion the filling in his tooth was
    not only a transmitter but also a receiver--and could spy on his
    unspoken thoughts as well.


    n4 This Court regrets the delay in issuance of this memorandum order,
    which has helped contribute to the number of McBride's submissions.
    This order was originally drafted immediately after receipt of
    McBride's May 10 letter (Ex. E), but it was necessary to get the
    original court file to fill in some of the factual information, and
    the file had long since been sent to storage. There was a time lag of
    several weeks in retrieving the file, and meanwhile McBride's June 7
    and June 16 letters (Exs. F and G) had arrived. [*4]

    Nothing in any of those filings is the occasion for any further action
    by this Court. To the extent McBride persists in his claims of
    controlled thought and the implanted transmitter-receiver, that really
    confirms the determination this Court reached in dismissing the action
    and seeking to assist McBride by the guardian ad litem appointment. To
    the extent McBride seeks a belated appeal from dismissal of this
    action, his request is both out of time and without even surface
    merit.

    Exhibit A

    ORDER

    This matter coming on to be heard before the Court, and all parties
    being present and having been heard, and the Court being advised in
    the premises, the Court makes the following finding:

    1. Pursuant to this Court's order of March 19, 1985, plaintiff Mark
    Allen McBride ("McBride") was examined by the Isaac Ray Center of
    Chicago, Illinois for a series of psychological tests and evaluations.
    The report of the staff psychiatrist, Jonathan Kelly, M.D., found that
    plaintiff McBride's "comments and though patterns indicate impaired
    capacity to understand the legal issues in his suit, adequately. In
    addition, his comprehension of the nature and purpose of legal
    proceedings is impaired."

    2. A [*5] true and correct copy of the report of the Isaac Ray
    Center, dated April 10, 1985, is attached hereto as Exhibit A and
    incorporated herein. The report is attached in a sealed envelope
    marked "confidential" and bearing the legend "The contents of this
    envelope are to remain sealed herein and are not to be disclosed or
    divulged, except to the named parties, their attorneys of record, or
    by Order of the Court."

    3. Based upon the Isaac Ray Center report, Exhibit A hereto, the Court
    hereby finds that for the protection of plaintiff McBride it is proper
    that a guardian ad litem be appointed to represent Mr. McBride in this
    action pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. Rule 17(c).

    THEREFORE, based upon these findings and after hearing argument from
    counsel, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED

    A. That the report of the Isaac Ray Center, dated April 10, 1985, and
    attached hereto as Exhibit A, be sealed in an envelope marked
    "confidential" and which envelope shall not be opened and its contends
    not be disclosed or divulged, except to the named parties, their
    attorneys of record, or by Order of the Court. This report may,
    however, be disclosed by the authorities of the State of Illinois for
    the purpose of the treatment [*6] and evaluation of plaintiff
    McBride's medical problems, provided that a copy of this Order
    indicating the confidential nature of the report be transmitted with
    the report.

    B. That pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. Rule 41(a)(2) the motion of the
    guardian ad litem, by her counsel, to voluntarily dismiss this action
    without prejudice and without costs to either party is hereby granted.

    D. That the motion of the guardian ad litem by her counsel, for
    reinstatement of the above-captioned lawsuit is hereby taken under
    advisement by the Court for a a later determination.

    IT IS SO ORDERED.

    Exhibit B

    4-18-87

    Dear Milton I. Shadur

    I was going thru the document of 84C1453 and I came across a document
    filed to my attorney James P. O'Brien of Chapman and Cutler Firm of
    111 West Monroe Street Chicago Illinois 60603. It's a motion for
    plaintiff to submit to a mental examination. Attached is an order two
    page saying that it is hereby ordered that I submit to the
    examination. But there's no signature of yours or even a stamp.
    Without this it makes this document not official or the order and all
    information gathered in the examination illegal and pyramid toward me
    and my case because it was dismiss [dismissed] [*7] because of the
    mental examination. Please advise me on this subject.

    Thank You very much,

    Mark Allen McBride

    Exhibit C

    4-23-87

    Mark Allen McBride vs. Richard W. DeRobertis 84C1453

    Dear Milton I Shadur Honorable Presiding Judge: Due to the dismissal
    of 84C1453 I the plaintiff is unsatisfied with the representation of
    the Chapman & Cutler Firm as attorneys and Guardian Ad litem. Because
    one the let [sic] the State choose the mental Health Center and
    psychiatrist to examine me when I stipulated to them that I did not
    trust the Illinois Department of Corrections. Two of my attorneys
    would have order [ordered] a medical examination of my tooth they
    would of found the transmitter device in tooth number 4 which I still
    have in my mouth and can prove it. Then a psychiatric examination
    could of been ordered to determine how much mental anguish plaintiff
    went thru to award damages and treatment. There are several motion
    [motions] I would liked filed but my attorney will not act in my best
    interest. (Enclosed you will find a copy of my dental charts from
    Logan Correctional Center, P.O. Box 1000 Lincoln Illinois 62252,
    Joliet Correctional Center P.O. Box 515, Joliet Illinois 60432,
    Statesville [*8] Correctional Center, P.O. Box 112 Joliet Illinois
    60434. Signed by two Dentists I ordered them for the purpose of
    proving to you that the Ill. Dept. of Corrections had knowledge of the
    device being planted in tooth 4. next page If you will notice tooth 4
    in existing restorations and missing teeth that tooth 4 is circled and
    there's a filling in the tooth. Now if the circled meant that they was
    [were] going to pull it, they would of x-rayed and pulled it. Please
    notice below: Treatment needed a completed restorations. Tooth 4 is
    not circled and I still have it in my mouth. Shadur when I got here at
    Menard, I tried to get this tooth pulled so I could sent it to you or
    the FBI for an examination. But the dentist x-rayed and said nothing
    was wrong with it. Even though I said it was giving me trouble. I have
    to send for his name and reports, I'll send them to you. I also wrote
    the Warden here James Theret, but he would no act on my request. Now
    James Gries is the Warden but he has not gotten in contact with me. I
    recently wrote the FBI in Springfield about the whole matter a full
    report. I've also told some employee here. Psychologist and
    psychiatrists they won't even investigate. So [*9] I'm waiting on
    the Warden here to investigate. Shadur I go thru very much mental
    anguish everyday. I have gathered more facts to my complaint and if my
    attorney had of filed the proper motion to the motion to Dismiss next
    page none of the Defendants would of gotten off the hook. I want to
    refile the case but I don't know what kind of motion my ad litem
    filed, to consider the case later on. I need your assistance to get
    this device out of my mouth and examined, unless the Warden acts.
    Shadur if you just go along with the Psychiatrist report that the
    Defendants paid for and think that I'm just paranoid then I could very
    well get killed down here because no one would believe me and help me.
    Please do whatever is necessary to help me I would appreciate an
    investigation and examination of no. 4 in my mouth first. This is the
    key to the whole case. I declare under the penalty of death that the
    aforementioned pages are true to the best of my knowledge.

    Mark Allen McBride

    Copy FBI

    Exhibit D

    5-7-87

    Dear Honorable Milton I. Shadur in light of 84C1453 a case that was
    taken off your calendar, until by a psychiatrist at the Issac [Isaac]
    Ray Center in Chicago. Pertains to me being incompetent [*10] and not
    be able to prepare my own defense, further, not understanding the
    legal issues of case 84C1453 that by my court appointed attorney James
    P. O'Brien [O'Brien's] statement that this case was taken off in such
    a way that I could pursue it at a later determination. As you have
    already receive [received] a letter from me complaining that my
    guardian ad litem representation and so acting as guardian was
    constitutionally inadequate. And that I wanted another guardian ad
    litem to protect me while I'm confined here. In which I wait upon your
    response. Further Honorable Milton I. Shadur, I have proof that my
    representation and mental examination should be stricken enclosed is
    Exhibit A, B, C in which my attorney refuses to investigate. I
    explained that in a letter to you recently next page Exhibit A is no.
    4 tooth I had pulled here at Mernard [Menard] Correctional Center by
    Dr. Newheart I think that that is his name. I'm sending for the
    reports of him pulling this tooth in which I will send to you. I'm
    also sending for in writing that he also clipped a piece of were from
    my gums are as an antenna to transmitt [transmit] messages, and
    threats to me as I have alleged in case 84C1453. [*11] If you
    examine the inside of tooth 4 Exhibit A, you will find some cotton and
    a [an] electronic device use [used] to transmit messages in forms of
    threats to me and this has been going on for 6 years. Also Exhibit 13,
    and C are my dental charts you will find that tooth no. 4 has been
    circled by one of the dentists and not for any dental repair. I'm
    alleging that one of the dentist [dentists] knew that I had this
    device in the filling of my tooth. Further, I have another device on
    the left side of my mouth in tooths 31 and 32. So who ever has contest
    of me, pertains to taking and giving me electric type shocks can talk
    to me, monitor my thought [thoughts] and has conversations that I
    might have. I got the filling by a Dentist in the Lake County Jail
    P.O. Box 38 [Illegible word] Illinois. At some hospital doing dental
    work for the Lake County Jail in 1981 I have attempted to obtain these
    medical records but with no response. So your I asked that you have
    this tooth examined by the FBI because this is a violation of the 4
    amendment and the Privacy act and Federal law next page that further I
    would like to amend a prosecutional matter and complaint in 84C1453
    with defendants and damages [*12] monetary. I feel that with this new
    evidence and a [an] appointment of a new attorney, firm and the
    assistance of the FBI for my protection that we can bring this case to
    a trial surely under due process of the law. As it stands I'm
    attempting to get the Warden here James Gries to help me as of this
    day I have received no help from him. But each day my life is in great
    jeopardy and I fear for my life. I have told some employee down here
    about my situation I'll supply a list of names for for there [their]
    safety.

    I declare under the penalty of death that the foregoing is true to the
    best of my knowledge Mark Allen McBride

    Please acknowledge upon receipt

    C.C. file Ex,

    enclosures Exhibit A, B, C,

    Exhibit E

    5-10-87

    Dear Milton I. Shadur and William T. Hart Honorable Judges assigned to
    cases 83C7358 and 84C1453. To my knowledge both of my cases where
    dismissed on July 25 1985 and May 28 1985, respectively. I have some
    legal complaint as to 83C7358 being dismissed because of a Psychiatric
    Report that did not involve 83C7358 that it was pertaining to 84C1453.
    That neither case [cases] where consolidated or had the same judge.
    That 83C7358 was filed in 1983 October 20th, before any indication
    [*13] by psychiatrist that McBride had any mental disorder See Psy.
    Report Issac [Isaac] Ray Center April 1985 that no psychiatric
    evaluation was order [ordered] in 83C7358. And that from the Psy. of
    April 1985 all the Psychiatrist could say was McBride was paranoid
    this is no legal reason to dismiss either case. I would like to appeal
    both cases being dismissed and the Guardian ad litem that presently
    represent both case I have in the pass. Please acknowledge receipt
    March McBride

    Exhibit F

    6-7-87 Mark A. McBride vs. Richard W. DeRobertis 84C1453

    Dear Milton I. Shadur Honorable Judge

    I merely write you again to ask what became of tooth #4 that I sent
    you. The I alleged to have the modem under the filling I hope that you
    did not just disregard my letter and the tooth because I just received
    by other dental reports where they said that they did the work on the
    #4 It's states tooth # 4 (MOD amalgam) [sic] and it indicates the same
    (12 Do. malgam) [amalgam] S. I'll have to get 12 pulled to stop the
    voice modom [modem] mean telephone receiving device so thats what
    84C1453 was about. The threats etc... [etc] There also enclosed are
    some psychiatric Reports enclosed, also ad litem is denying [*14] me
    of acess [access] to the U.S. Courts and will not act on my Pro se
    filings about other constitution deprivements about when I was at
    Statesville I recently sent him a copy of the complaint. I talk to him
    today about the case he says that I'm not ready to continue my case I
    asked him about 85C7358 He says he knows nothing about it. Are they
    not my ad litem in this case also.

    Please Acknowledge upon receipt

    March Allen McBride

    CONFIDENTIAL SUPPLEMENTAL PROGRAM CONSIDERATIONS

    PURPOSE: PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATION DATE: 1/18/87

    NAME: MC BRIDE, MARK NO. A73392

    PREPARED BY N. Vallabhaneni, M.D., Psychiatrist

    DATA BASE: Mr. McBride was scheduled for this medication review. He
    has been seen regularly for his medication review. He is a chronic
    paranoid schizophrenic. He has been maintained on Navane and his
    condition has been either in control or in remission.

    S - "Can you increase my medication. I don't get during the daytime. I
    get nervous some times."

    O - No signs of acute psychosis. Seems in better contact. Physically
    looked much better. He seems to be a lot more aware of his mental
    condition in relation to his claim, some sort of law [*15] suit
    against the institution. He as been incompetent all this time to file
    a suit. He has made some progress since that time. He is alert and
    oriented. He can communicate properly and can certainly cooperate with
    his defense counsel. His lawyer has been in contract with this writer
    regarding his progress. He also requested recent psychiatric reports
    and Mr. McBride signed his consent for release of information.

    A - Chronic paranoid schizophrenia in remission.
    P - Continue Navane 10 mg. in the morning and noon and 20 mg. at night
    and Cogentin 2 mg. in the morning and bedtime and he will be seen in
    one month.

    pb

    CONFIDENTIAL SUPPLEMENTAL PROGRAM CONSIDERATIONS

    PURPOSE: PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATION DATE: 3/18/87

    NAME: McBRIDE, MARK NO. A73392

    PREPARED BY N. Vallabhaneni, M.D., Psychiatrist

    DATA BASE: Mr. McBride was scheduled for medication review. He is a
    chronic paranoid schizophrenic. He has been receiving treatment. He
    can [came] in contract with the mental health, particularly with this
    writer, when he filed a law suit and wrote bizarre letters to the
    Judge, as well as other legal personnel. He was found incompetent to
    file a law [*16] suit and his attorneys who were appointed by the
    court have been in touch with this writer and this institution. During
    today's interview, Mr. McBride spoke at length, brought his delusions
    very clearly to this writer's attention.

    S - "I get nervous and paranoid at times." Apparently believed their
    was a computer device put in in [sic] his tooth filling. He was
    demanding the dentist and writing to the courts to pull out that
    device so that he can prove what he was talking about was true. During
    the entire interview, he focused the attention on this particular
    belief which is a clear cut well organized systematized and fixed
    delusion without any doubt. He is very much preoccupied with this, and
    his law suit appears to be based on this belief also to an extent.

    O - Even though he is in touch with reality but had this well
    systematized paranoid delusion. He's also reacting and responding to
    this delusion through his conversation as well as communication
    through letters to different legal personnel.

    A - Paranoid schizophrenia.
    P - Continue Navane 10 mg. in the morning and noon, and 20 mg. at
    bedtime; and, Cogentin 2 mg. in the morning and bedtime. Return in one
    month.

    ce

    Exhibit [*17] G

    6-16-87

    Dear Honorable Milton I. Shadur

    Enclosed you will find the dentist reports on tooth no 4, and the
    place where the filling was put in my mouth. Also I'm ready to
    cooperate with attorney James P. O'Brien but for some reason, even
    though the psychiatrist says I'm ready by report which you have seen.
    I'm thinking about writing the Attorney Registration Disciplinary
    Committee about him because he fail [fails] to want the case

    Please reply

    6-4-87

    To Whom It May Concern:

    Dental Treatment of Mark A. McBride

    2-27-81 Oral exam i periaprial [sic] x-ray extracted # 5 decay present
    on 12, 15 & 16

    3-13-81 12 Do amalgam.

    5-1-81 # 3 extracted [Illegible word] 4 MOD amalgam.

    Any further questions please call

    McBride 4 copies of each A73392

  • #2
    Implants In His Teeth...

    This reminds me of something that happened to me at the dentist:

    I went to the dentist to get XRays done.
    You know, bite down on these sharp "butterfly" wings,
    and agonize.
    Anyway, I was shown my xray and seen
    some root canal work done about 15 years ago.
    The assistant "guided" me through the details
    by saying, "see, this is the POST and this is where
    you had the root canal"
    Yet, while she was talking, I was in awe at
    how familiar this "POST" looked.
    It looked like one of those biochip implants
    that are attached under your pets fur for tracking.
    Instead of relating this, I asked the assistant
    about IMPLANTS.
    You see, everything in medical talk
    seems to cover up conspiracy
    related words.
    IMPLANTS are an actual
    thing used in denistry.
    So, my question was, "Do people
    ever get XRAYED because they
    think they have an IMPLANT in their
    teeth?"
    The response was, "Well, Yeah. All the time.
    When they come in for check up, we want to
    make sure the IMPLANTS are ok."

    Of course, this wasnt the response to
    my real question. Which was concerning
    the implants.
    At this point, the assistant was inclined
    to engage me in further discussion
    about IMPLANTS and asked
    if I thought I needed them.
    I did not want to push my
    question about TRACKING
    implants. The assistant
    was extremely talkative
    and was rich in information
    about dental implants.

    So, do you think they realize
    these terms like "IMPLANTS"
    are covers for a greater
    conspiracy?

    I think so. I dont think
    I have a biochip implanted
    in my tooth, disguised through
    a "root canal" work.
    But, it is suspicious.
    Despite that, I think the
    metal fillings used to
    can cavities can be used to
    track you.
    Thats an uneducated guess, though.
    -E

    "Martin F. Abernathy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected] om...
    Under date of June 7, 1987 n4 (Ex. F) McBride writes asking what happened to his tooth and saying 12 others will have to be pulled "to stop the voice modem mean telephone receiving device." Not surprisingly, one of the enclosures with Ex. F is a March 18, 1987 psychiatric evaluation identifying his fixation on the tooth-implanted computer device as "a clear cut well organized systematized and fixed delusion" reflecting paranoid schizophrenia. ~~~~~~~ Mark Allen McBride, Plaintiff, v. Richard W. DeRobertis, Defendant No. 84 C 1453 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS, EASTERN DIVISION 1987 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 5965 June 24, 1987, Decided OPINIONBY: [*1] SHADUR OPINION: MEMORANDUM OPINION MILTON I. SHADUR, JUDGE. This case has long since been closed, but because of the troublesome situation posed by plaintiff Mark McBride ("McBride") n1 this Court prevailed upon appointed pro bono counsel Ann Acker to continue to serve as McBride's guardian ad litem. n2 Now McBride, who had been quiescent in terms of court filings for a long period of time, has become extremely active during recent weeks: 1. Under date of April 18, 1987 (Ex. B) McBride challenges this Court's March 19, 1985 order directing the mental examination referred to in n.1 of this Opinion because that order was not signed. Though Ex. B refers to the order as being "attached," it was not accompanied by any document. Of course the original order was in fact issued by this Court (it was done orally in open court and memorialized by a minute order), so McBride's argument is simply mistaken. 2. Under date of April 23, 1987 (Ex. C) McBride complains of his representation by counsel. He persists in the delusion of a transmitter device implanted in one of his teeth, the presence of that transmitter allegedly being shown by a dental chart (actually the dentist's indication of the presence [*2] of an ordinary filing). 3. Under date of May 7, 1987 (Ex. D) McBride continues in the same vein. Indeed, he as sent the now pulled tooth to this Court and asked appointment of new counsel to assert a claim based on the alleged monitoring of this thoughts and conversations. n3 4. Under date of May 10, 1987 (Ex. E) McBride complains of the dismissal both of this case and an earlier case on the calendar of this Court's colleague Judge William Hart (No. 83 C 7358), claiming the psychiatric evaluation was "no legal reason to dismiss either case" and concluding: I would like to appeal both cases being dismissed and the Guardian Ad Litem that presently represent both case I have in the pass. 5. Under date of June 7, 1987 n4 (Ex. F) McBride writes asking what happened to his tooth and saying 12 others will have to be pulled "to stop the voice modem mean telephone receiving device." Not surprisingly, one of the enclosures with Ex. F is a March 18, 1987 psychiatric evaluation identifying his fixation on the tooth-implanted computer device as "a clear cut well organized systematized and fixed delusion" reflecting paranoid schizophrenia. 6. Under date of June 16, 1987 (Ex. G) McBride enclosures [*3] the dental reports on the removed tooth and (a) expressed his "read[iness] to cooperate with Attorney James P. O'Brien" (see n.2) and (b) says he's thinking about writing the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission about Mr. O'Brien "because he fail to want the case." n1 McBride has been and continues to be confined at Menard Correctional Center. During the pendency of this action this Court arranged for his psychiatric evaluation at Isaac Ray Center, and the result of that evaluation (placed in the court file under seal) was a determination that McBride was not competent to proceed with litigation at that time. Both the counsel appointed by this Court to represent McBride on a pro bono basis and Assistant Attorney General Rolanda Webb demonstrated both thoughtfulness and compassion in the handling of the matter. n2 Ms. Acker was one of the two Chapman & Cutler lawyers who had served McBride as counsel. James O'Brien of that firm was the other. This Court's May 28, 1985 order is attached as Ex. A. n3 McBride obviously harbors the delusion the filling in his tooth was not only a transmitter but also a receiver--and could spy on his unspoken thoughts as well. n4 This Court regrets the delay in issuance of this memorandum order, which has helped contribute to the number of McBride's submissions. This order was originally drafted immediately after receipt of McBride's May 10 letter (Ex. E), but it was necessary to get the original court file to fill in some of the factual information, and the file had long since been sent to storage. There was a time lag of several weeks in retrieving the file, and meanwhile McBride's June 7 and June 16 letters (Exs. F and G) had arrived. [*4] Nothing in any of those filings is the occasion for any further action by this Court. To the extent McBride persists in his claims of controlled thought and the implanted transmitter-receiver, that really confirms the determination this Court reached in dismissing the action and seeking to assist McBride by the guardian ad litem appointment. To the extent McBride seeks a belated appeal from dismissal of this action, his request is both out of time and without even surface merit. Exhibit A ORDER This matter coming on to be heard before the Court, and all parties being present and having been heard, and the Court being advised in the premises, the Court makes the following finding: 1. Pursuant to this Court's order of March 19, 1985, plaintiff Mark Allen McBride ("McBride") was examined by the Isaac Ray Center of Chicago, Illinois for a series of psychological tests and evaluations. The report of the staff psychiatrist, Jonathan Kelly, M.D., found that plaintiff McBride's "comments and though patterns indicate impaired capacity to understand the legal issues in his suit, adequately. In addition, his comprehension of the nature and purpose of legal proceedings is impaired." 2. A [*5] true and correct copy of the report of the Isaac Ray Center, dated April 10, 1985, is attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated herein. The report is attached in a sealed envelope marked "confidential" and bearing the legend "The contents of this envelope are to remain sealed herein and are not to be disclosed or divulged, except to the named parties, their attorneys of record, or by Order of the Court." 3. Based upon the Isaac Ray Center report, Exhibit A hereto, the Court hereby finds that for the protection of plaintiff McBride it is proper that a guardian ad litem be appointed to represent Mr. McBride in this action pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. Rule 17(c). THEREFORE, based upon these findings and after hearing argument from counsel, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED A. That the report of the Isaac Ray Center, dated April 10, 1985, and attached hereto as Exhibit A, be sealed in an envelope marked "confidential" and which envelope shall not be opened and its contends not be disclosed or divulged, except to the named parties, their attorneys of record, or by Order of the Court. This report may, however, be disclosed by the authorities of the State of Illinois for the purpose of the treatment [*6] and evaluation of plaintiff McBride's medical problems, provided that a copy of this Order indicating the confidential nature of the report be transmitted with the report. B. That pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. Rule 41(a)(2) the motion of the guardian ad litem, by her counsel, to voluntarily dismiss this action without prejudice and without costs to either party is hereby granted. D. That the motion of the guardian ad litem by her counsel, for reinstatement of the above-captioned lawsuit is hereby taken under advisement by the Court for a a later determination. IT IS SO ORDERED. Exhibit B 4-18-87 Dear Milton I. Shadur I was going thru the document of 84C1453 and I came across a document filed to my attorney James P. O'Brien of Chapman and Cutler Firm of 111 West Monroe Street Chicago Illinois 60603. It's a motion for plaintiff to submit to a mental examination. Attached is an order two page saying that it is hereby ordered that I submit to the examination. But there's no signature of yours or even a stamp. Without this it makes this document not official or the order and all information gathered in the examination illegal and pyramid toward me and my case because it was dismiss [dismissed] [*7] because of the mental examination. Please advise me on this subject. Thank You very much, Mark Allen McBride Exhibit C 4-23-87 Mark Allen McBride vs. Richard W. DeRobertis 84C1453 Dear Milton I Shadur Honorable Presiding Judge: Due to the dismissal of 84C1453 I the plaintiff is unsatisfied with the representation of the Chapman & Cutler Firm as attorneys and Guardian Ad litem. Because one the let [sic] the State choose the mental Health Center and psychiatrist to examine me when I stipulated to them that I did not trust the Illinois Department of Corrections. Two of my attorneys would have order [ordered] a medical examination of my tooth they would of found the transmitter device in tooth number 4 which I still have in my mouth and can prove it. Then a psychiatric examination could of been ordered to determine how much mental anguish plaintiff went thru to award damages and treatment. There are several motion [motions] I would liked filed but my attorney will not act in my best interest. (Enclosed you will find a copy of my dental charts from Logan Correctional Center, P.O. Box 1000 Lincoln Illinois 62252, Joliet Correctional Center P.O. Box 515, Joliet Illinois 60432, Statesville [*8] Correctional Center, P.O. Box 112 Joiet Illinois 60434. Signed by two Dentists I ordered them for the purpose of proving to you that the Ill. Dept. of Corrections had knowledge of the device being planted in tooth 4. next page If you will notice tooth 4 in existing restorations and missing teeth that tooth 4 is circled and there's a filling in the tooth. Now if the circled meant that they was [were] going to pull it, they would of x-rayed and pulled it. Please notice below: Treatment needed a completed restorations. Tooth 4 is not circled and I still have it in my mouth. Shadur when I got here at Menard, I tried to get this tooth pulled so I could sent it to you or the FBI for an examination. But the dentist x-rayed and said nothing was wrong with it. Even though I said it was giving me trouble. I have to send for his name and reports, I'll send them to you. I also wrote the Warden here James Theret, but he would not act on my request. Now James Gries is the Warden but he has not gotten in contact with me. I recently wrote the FBI in Springfield about the whole matter a full report. I've also told some employee here. Psychologist and psychiatrists they won't even investigate. So [*9] I'm waiting on the Warden here to investigate. Shadur I go thru very much mental anguish everyday. I have gathered more facts to my complaint and if my attorney had of filed the proper motion to the motion to Dismiss next page none of the Defendants would of gotten off the hook. I want to refile the case but I don't know what kind of motion my ad litem filed, to consider the case later on. I need your assistance to get this device out of my mouth and examined, unless the Warden acts. Shadur if you just go along with the Psychiatrist report that the Defendants paid for and think that I'm just paranoid then I could very well get killed down here because no one would believe me and help me. Please do whatever is necessary to help me I would appreciate an investigation and examination of no. 4 in my mouth first. This is the key to the whole case. I declare under the penalty of death that the aforementioned pages are true to the best of my knowledge. Mark Allen McBride Copy FBI Exhibit D 5-7-87 Dear Honorable Milton I. Shadur in light of 84C1453 a case that was taken off your calendar, until by a psychiatrist at the Issac [Isaac] Ray Center in Chicago. Pertains to me being incompetent [*10] and not be able to prepare my own defense, further, not understanding the legal issues of case 84C1453 that by my court appointed attorney James P. O'Brien [O'Brien's] statement that this case was taken off in such a way that I could pursue it at a later determination. As you have already receive [received] a letter from me complaining that my guardian ad litem representation and so acting as guardian was constitutionally inadequate. And that I wanted another guardian ad litem to protect me while I'm confined here. In which I wait upon your response. Further Honorable Milton I. Shadur, I have proof that my representation and mental examination should be stricken enclosed is Exhibit A, B, C in which my attorney refuses to investigate. I explained that in a letter to you recently next page Exhibit A is no. 4 tooth I had pulled here at Mernard [Menard] Correctional Center by Dr. Newheart I think that that is his name. I'm sending for the reports of him pulling this tooth in which I will send to you. I'm also sending for in writing that he also clipped a piece of were from my gums are as an antenna to transmitt [transmit] messages, and threats to me as I have alleged in case 84C1453. [*11] If you examine the inside of tooth 4 Exhibit A, you will find some cotton and a [an] electronic device use [used] to transmit messages in forms of threats to me and this has been going on for 6 years. Also Exhibit 13, and C are my dental charts you will find that tooth no. 4 has been circled by one of the dentists and not for any dental repair. I'm alleging that one of the dentist [dentists] knew that I had this device in the filling of my tooth. Further, I have another device on the left side of my mouth in tooths 31 and 32. So who ever has contest of me, pertains to taking and giving me electric type shocks can talk to me, monitor my thought [thoughts] and has conversations that I might have. I got the filling by a Dentist in the Lake County Jail P.O. Box 38 [Illegible word] Illinois. At some hospital doing dental work for the Lake County Jail in 1981 I have attempted to obtain these medical records but with no response. So your I asked that you have this tooth examined by the FBI because this is a violation of the 4 amendment and the Privacy act and Federal law next page that further I would like to amend a prosecutional matter and complaint in 84C1453 with defendants and damages [*12] monetary. I feel that with this new evidence and a [an] appointment of a new attorney, firm and the assistance of the FBI for my protection that we can bring this case to a trial surely under due process of the law. As it stands I'm attempting to get the Warden here James Gries to help me as of this day I have received no help from him. But each day my life is in great jeopardy and I fear for my life. I have told some employee down here about my situation I'll supply a list of names for for there [their] safety. I declare under the penalty of death that the foregoing is true to the best of my knowledge Mark Allen McBride Please acknowledge upon receipt C.C. file Ex, enclosures Exhibit A, B, C, Exhibit E 5-10-87 Dear Milton I. Shadur and William T. Hart Honorable Judges assigned to cases 83C7358 and 84C1453. To my knowledge both of my cases where dismissed on July 25 1985 and May 28 1985, respectively. I have some legal complaint as to 83C7358 being dismissed because of a Psychiatric Report that did not involve 83C7358 that it was pertaining to 84C1453. That neither case [cases] where consolidated or had the same judge. That 83C7358 was filed in 1983 October 20th, before any indication [*13] by psychiatrist that McBride had any mental disorder See Psy. Report Issac [Isaac] Ray Center April 1985 that no psychiatric evaluation was order [ordered] in 83C7358. And that from the Psy. of April 1985 all the Psychiatrist could say was McBride was paranoid this is no legal reason to dismiss either case. I would like to appeal both cases being dismissed and the Guardian ad litem that presently represent both case I have in the pass. Please acknowledge receipt March McBride Exhibit F 6-7-87 Mark A. McBride vs. Richard W. DeRobertis 84C1453 Dear Milton I. Shadur Honorable Judge I merely write you again to ask what became of tooth #4 that I sent you. The I alleged to have the modem under the filling I hope that you did not just disregard my letter and the tooth because I just received by other dental reports where they said that they did the work on the #4 It's states tooth # 4 (MOD amalgam) [sic] and it indicates the same (12 Do. malgam) [amalgam] S. I'll have to get 12 pulled to stop the voice modom [modem] mean telephone receiving device so thats what 84C1453 was about. The threats etc... [etc] There also enclosed are some psychiatric Reports enclosed, also ad litem is denying [*14] me of acess [access] to the U.S. Courts and will not act on my Pro se filings about other constitution deprivements about when I was at Statesville I recently sent him a copy of the complaint. I talk to him today about the case he says that I'm not ready to continue my case I asked him about 85C7358 He says he knows nothing about it. Are they not my ad litem in this case also. Please Acknowledge upon receipt March Allen McBride CONFIDENTIAL SUPPLEMENTAL PROGRAM CONSIDERATIONS PURPOSE: PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATION DATE: 1/18/87 NAME: MC BRIDE, MARK NO. A73392 PREPARED BY N. Vallabhaneni, M.D., Psychiatrist DATA BASE: Mr. McBride was scheduled for this medication review. He has been seen regularly for his medication review. He is a chronic paranoid schizophrenic. He has been maintained on Navane and his condition has been either in control or in remission. S - "Can you increase my medication. I don't get during the daytime. I get nervous some times." O - No signs of acute psychosis. Seems in better contact. Physically looked much better. He seems to be a lot more aware of his mental condition in relation to his claim, some sort of law [*15] suit against the institution. He as been incompetent all this time to file a suit. He has made some progress since that time. He is alert and oriented. He can communicate properly and can certainly cooperate with his defense counsel. His lawyer has been in contract with this writer regarding his progress. He also requested recent psychiatric reports and Mr. McBride signed his consent for release of information. A - Chronic paranoid schizophrenia in remission. P - Continue Navane 10 mg. in the morning and noon and 20 mg. at night and Cogentin 2 mg. in the morning and bedtime and he will be seen in one month. pb CONFIDENTIAL SUPPLEMENTAL PROGRAM CONSIDERATIONS PURPOSE: PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATION DATE: 3/18/87 NAME: McBRIDE, MARK NO. A73392 PREPARED BY N. Vallabhaneni, M.D., Psychiatrist DATA BASE: Mr. McBride was scheduled for medication review. He is a chronic paranoid schizophrenic. He has been receiving treatment. He can [came] in contract with the mental health, particularly with this writer, when he filed a law suit and wrote bizarre letters to the Judge, as well as other legal personnel. He was found incompetent to file a law [*16] suit and his attorneys who were appointed by the court have been in touch with this writer and this institution. During today's interview, Mr. McBride spoke at length, brought his delusions very clearly to this writer's attention. S - "I get nervous and paranoid at times." Apparently believed their was a computer device put in in [sic] his tooth filling. He was demanding the dentist and writing to the courts to pull out that device so that he can prove what he was talking about was true. During the entire interview, he focused the attention on this particular belief which is a clear cut well organized systematized and fixed delusion without any doubt. He is very much preoccupied with this, and his law suit appears to be based on this belief also to an extent. O - Even though he is in touch with reality but had this well systematized paranoid delusion. He's also reacting and responding to this delusion through his conversation as well as communication through letters to different legal personnel. A - Paranoid schizophrenia. P - Continue Navane 10 mg. in the morning and noon, and 20 mg. at bedtime; and, Cogentin 2 mg. in the morning and bedtime. Return in one month. ce Exhibit [*17] G 6-16-87 Dear Honorable Milton I. Shadur Enclosed you will find the dentist reports on tooth no 4, and the place where the filling was put in my mouth. Also I'm ready to cooperate with attorney James P. O'Brien but for some reason, even though the psychiatrist says I'm ready by report which you have seen. I'm thinking about writing the Attorney Registration Disciplinary Committee about him because he fail [fails] to want the case Please reply 6-4-87 To Whom It May Concern: Dental Treatment of Mark A. McBride 2-27-81 Oral exam i periaprial [sic] x-ray extracted # 5 decay present on 12, 15 & 16 3-13-81 12 Do amalgam. 5-1-81 # 3 extracted [Illegible word] 4 MOD amalgam. Any further questions please call McBride 4 copies of each A73392

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    • #3
      Implants In His Teeth...

      In article <[email protected]>,
      [email protected] says...
      This reminds me of something that happened to me at the dentist: I went to the dentist to get XRays done. You know, bite down on these sharp "butterfly" wings, and agonize. Anyway, I was shown my xray and seen some root canal work done about 15 years ago. The assistant "guided" me through the details by saying, "see, this is the POST and this is where you had the root canal" Yet, while she was talking, I was in awe at how familiar this "POST" looked. It looked like one of those biochip implants that are attached under your pets fur for tracking. Instead of relating this, I asked the assistant about IMPLANTS. You see, everything in medical talk seems to cover up conspiracy related words. IMPLANTS are an actual thing used in denistry. So, my question was, "Do people ever get XRAYED because they think they have an IMPLANT in their teeth?" The response was, "Well, Yeah. All the time. When they come in for check up, we want to make sure the IMPLANTS are ok." Of course, this wasnt the response to my real question. Which was concerning the implants. At this point, the assistant was inclined to engage me in further discussion about IMPLANTS and asked if I thought I needed them. I did not want to push my question about TRACKING implants. The assistant was extremely talkative and was rich in information about dental implants. So, do you think they realize these terms like "IMPLANTS" are covers for a greater conspiracy? I think so. I dont think I have a biochip implanted in my tooth, disguised through a "root canal" work. But, it is suspicious. Despite that, I think the metal fillings used to can cavities can be used to track you. Thats an uneducated guess, though. -E "Martin F. Abernathy" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected] om...
      Under date of June 7, 1987 n4 (Ex. F) McBride writes asking what happened to his tooth and saying 12 others will have to be pulled "to stop the voice modem mean telephone receiving device."Snip long post about loon in the hoo-hoo hotel that thinks he's sane.
      Uneducated is right. You haven't been watching when they mix up the
      fillings and then proceed to (in the old days) pack the hole in your
      tooth with it, pushing hard and you could hear that funny "squink" sound
      as they jammed piece after piece into the hole until it was full, have
      you? The dental assistant was just using terminology that people in the
      dental field use, an implant is just what she said it was, no conspiracy
      is involved.

      Now the stuff is like paint, even less likely to be "trackable". You
      would be better off worrying about the little plastic things in your
      shirt collat that keep it from curling up being tracking devices. You
      could be tracked by paint as easily as the filling material they use now
      if you could be tracked by fillings.

      Now just think a second, why would any agency want to track you??

      Why do people who think they are, or possibly might be "tracked", never,
      ever the type of person that would really be tracked if tracking was
      widespread??

      Get a grip......on reality.

      BDK

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      • #4
        Implants In His Teeth...

        BDK <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
        In article <[email protected]>, [email protected] says...
        Uneducated is right. You haven't been watching when they mix up the fillings and then proceed to (in the old days) pack the hole in your tooth with it, pushing hard and you could hear that funny "squink" sound as they jammed piece after piece into the hole until it was full, have you? The dental assistant was just using terminology that people in the dental field use, an implant is just what she said it was, no conspiracy is involved. Now the stuff is like paint, even less likely to be "trackable". You would be better off worrying about the little plastic things in your shirt collat that keep it from curling up being tracking devices. You could be tracked by paint as easily as the filling material they use now if you could be tracked by fillings.
        How do you know oh wise one!
        Are you saying that it would not be possible to place a tracker in someones tooth?
        How do you know it's just filling material in his teeth?
        Are you a dentist?
        Have you seen the X-Ray?

        Now just think a second, why would any agency want to track you??
        Do you know this man?
        Why do people who think they are, or possibly might be "tracked", never, ever the type of person that would really be tracked if tracking was widespread??
        And your evidence to support this broad statement is?
        Get a grip......on reality.
        Hmmm!
        BDK
        BDK? Blind, dumb, Krapper..

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        • #5
          Implants In His Teeth...

          In article <[email protected]> ,
          [email protected] says...
          BDK <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
          In article <[email protected]>, [email protected] says... Uneducated is right. You haven't been watching when they mix up the fillings and then proceed to (in the old days) pack the hole in your tooth with it, pushing hard and you could hear that funny "squink" sound as they jammed piece after piece into the hole until it was full, have you? The dental assistant was just using terminology that people in the dental field use, an implant is just what she said it was, no conspiracy is involved. Now the stuff is like paint, even less likely to be "trackable". You would be better off worrying about the little plastic things in your shirt collat that keep it from curling up being tracking devices. You could be tracked by paint as easily as the filling material they use now if you could be tracked by fillings.
          How do you know oh wise one! Are you saying that it would not be possible to place a tracker in someones tooth? How do you know it's just filling material in his teeth? Are you a dentist? Have you seen the X-Ray?

          LOL! I'm not saying it's not possible, but it's a bit "out there". Did
          they put him to sleep before they filled the tooth? Almsot every dentist
          I ever went to mixed the stuff up in front of me, so it would be hard to
          hide something, and I would like to see the "tracking device" that could
          survive being shoved into a tooth like the old stuff was.

          No, Of course I'm not a dentist, and no, I haven't seen the x-ray, why
          would I need to? From the way some people (myself included) punch
          fillings from tooth grinding, etc, it (the tracking device) would have a
          short life for sure. Why not just put it in a ring, watch, etc, where it
          would probably last much longer than a tooth, and be installed a lot
          quicker than being put in a tooth, with the drilling and prep needed,
          not to mention getting everyone in the dentist's office to "play along"?
          Now just think a second, why would any agency want to track you??
          Do you know this man?
          No, and nobody else probably does either, that's the point.
          Why do people who think they are, or possibly might be "tracked", never, ever the type of person that would really be tracked if tracking was widespread?? And your evidence to support this broad statement is?
          All the posts and websites I've seen of people claiming to have been,
          and almost all of them, still are being tracked/monitored/spyed on/being
          sent voices, etc. The number of people needed to accomplish this would
          be so high there would be no unemployment whatsoever. Hell, they would
          be putting ads on TV "Want to be a spy??" "We're HIRING NOW!!"

          Get a grip......on reality. Hmmm!
          Yeah, think about it. You are a "chemtrail" buyer too, right??

          BDK BDK? Blind, dumb, Krapper..
          No logical. Nobody ever thought I was dumb. Krapper?? Ok... I don't want
          to think where that came from.


          Wormhole Alien??? Wormlike for sure.

          BDK

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