10K ‘Forensic’ Patients are Held in Psychiatric Beds

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An "obscure, multibillion-dollar segment of domestic detention" is explored by the New York Times magazine. A new study by the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors says that more than 10,000 mentally ill Americans who haven’t been convicted of a crime are involuntary confined by psychiatric hospitals. They have been found not guilty by reason of . . .

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