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United States v. Dr. Charles Thomas Sell

Nearly Eight Years In Prison Without A Trial — Phyllis Schlafly column, 12-15-04  

Further Reading: 
Reporting by Carolyn Tuft for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch 
  • No-contest plea will get dentist out of jail, 4-15-05 
  • Sell is sent to different prison hospital, 11-30-04 
  • Judge rejects Sell's request for trial, 11-23-04 (This article describes the videos that prove the abuse of Dr. Sell.) 
  • Jailed dentist is fit for trial, psychiatrist says, 7-11-04 

    Columns by Mike S. Adams, professor of criminal justice at UNC-Wilmington. 
  • Covering American abuse: A tough sell for Dan Rather, 10-05-04 
  • The Strange Case of Dr. Sell, 6-29-04 
  • The Strange Case of Dr. Sell, Part II, 6-30-04 
  • The Strange Case of Dr. Sell, Part III, 7-01-04 

    Commentary by Michael Glueck, M.D. and Robert Cihak, M.D. 
  • Still Seeking Justice for Dr. Sell, 7-28-04 
  • American Conscience: The Saga of Dr. Charles Sell, 3-26-03

  • Eagle Forum Files Brief in U.S. Supreme Court in United States v. Dr. Sell.
    On Oct. 7, 2002, Eagle Forum Education & Legal Defense Fund filed an amicus curiae brief before the U.S. Supreme Court in United States v. Dr. Sell. We support Dr. Sell's petition for certiorari to overturn a divided Court of Appeals decision. Dr. Sell has been held in jail for nearly five (5) years without a trial, as the federal government attempts to forcibly inject him with mind-altering drugs. The government claims this is necessary to render the non-violent Dr. Sell mentally fit for trial, but he has already served more time in jail than the maximum sentence for the underlying crime.

    Read text of Eagle Forum's brief:
  • Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format 
  • Decision by U.S. Supreme Court, June 16, 2003 
  • References for Supreme Court decision 
  • Statement by Phyllis Schlafly, president of Eagle Forum, in response to today's U.S. Supreme Court decision in favor of Dr. Charles Thomas Sell.  June 16, 2003

  • Doctors Win Supreme Court Decision to Halt Forced Drugging
           Statement by Association of American Physicians & Surgeons (AAPS), June 16, 2003

  • Forced Drugging By Government — Phyllis Schlafly column, March 27, 2002
  • What can you do about the strange case of Dr. Sell?
    A Missouri dentist, Dr. Sell, was arrested 8 years ago on charges of overbilling in his dental practice, and has been held in prison without a trial ever since because of claims that he has "paranoid delusions of the persecutory type". He denies the charges and wants a trial. The government tried to forcibly medicate him with mind-altering drugs until the Supreme Court intervened last year. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch recently reported that there are unreleased videotapes that document prison abuse of Dr. Sell.
    Contact:

  • O'Reilly Factor: oreilly@foxnews.com

  • Hannity and Colmes: hannity@foxnews.com or colmes@foxnews.com

  • Joe Scarborough: joe@msnbc.com

  • 60 Minutes: Sunday show: 212/975-3247 or 60m@cbsnews.com Wednesday show: 212/975-6200 or 60w@cbsnews.com

  • CNBC Investigative reporting: Bret Marcus, 201/585-2622 or info@cnbc.com

  • Court TV: Andy Regal, 212/973-7973

  • National Public Radio call-in news: Pete Michaels, 202/414-2343 or totn@npr.org

  • The "Today Show": Michael Bass, 212/664-2260 or wt@nbc.com; Jeff Zwicker, 212/664-4426 or today@nbc.com

  • HelpDrSell.com



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