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Autopsia di Richard Gardner, autore della "PAS" la Sindrome di Alienazione Genitoriale
Di Loredana Morandi (del 14/01/2011 @ 07:46:30, in Osservatorio Famiglia, linkato 9785 volte)
Richard Gardner muore suicida il 25 maggio 2003. Egli sceglie di porre fine alla sua vita procurandosi numerose ferite al collo e al petto con un coltello dalle dimensioni di un comune coltello da macellaio. Ovvero egli sceglie di darsi la morte in modo cruento e sanguinoso potendo liberamente scegliere per l'acquisto di un arma da fuoco, che negli states è un acquisto comune e quasi privo di restrizioni.
L'analisi chimica e dei fluidi corporei rivelò ai patologi la presenza di un mix di farmaci abituali assunti in elevata quantità, quali: morfina, hydrocodone, acetaminophen (leggi: paracetamolo), fentanyl e oxycodone.
La causa del suicidio dell'uomo, riferita dal figlio post mortem ai quotidiani statunitensi: l'aver appreso di aver contratto la malattia invalidante tipica di coloro che si sono "doppati" tutta la vita. Una complicazione che avrebbe disvelato il suo più grande segreto. Infatti in uno psicologo che tratti casi di minori, e Gardner ne ha trattati oltre 400, in assenza di altre patologie la ragione del dopping può essere soltanto l'auto castrazione chimica.

Richard Gardner era un pedofilo. Dichiarato. E' storia che egli non fosse altro che un assistente volontario presso l'università e che tutti i suoi libri siano stati stampati da una casa editrice con indirizzo presso la sua abitazione. Oggi i suoi libri sarebbero trattati come quello in vendita su Amazon, il cui autore è stato arrestato.

In Italia la PAS e le teorie di Richard Gardner sono divulgate da associazioni i cui fondatori, consulenti, psicologi e avvocati sono in gran parte pregiudicati condannati per violenze o abusi ai danni di donne e bambini, anche definiti in carcere, attualmente indagati e/o sotto processo. I casi trattati da queste associazioni: Cassazione abusi Asilo nido di Torino, 9 anni per Abusi a Reggio Emilia,  Precedenti e Indagini Omicidio Teresa Bonocore.

Di seguito l'autopsia e gli articoli correlati tratti dal sito di Cincinnati contro la PAS.  L.M.
http://cincinnatipas.com/dr-richardgardnerautopsy.html


Dr. Richard Gardner's Complete Autopsy Report
   

Dr. Richard Gardner, M.D.
born April 28, 1931
Committed Suicide
May 25, 2003


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"CAUSE OF DEATH:
Incised wounds of chest and neck."



Allow us to disabuse the pro-abusers. Dr. Richard Gardner's son told the New York Times that his father committed suicide. Contrary to false assertions made by the father's rights movement, Richard Gardner most certainly did not die peacefully in his sleep.

It was far uglier than that.

The Bergen County (New Jersey) Medical Examiner reported that Dr. Richard Gardner died a gory, bloody and violent death - from his own hand. Gardner took an overdose of prescription medication while stabbing himself several times in the neck and chest. Gardner plunged a butcher knife deep into his heart.

The medical examiner removed the knife from Gardner's chest and listed the stabbing wounds as the cause of death.

(Here is Gardner's autopsy report and the NY Times obituary.)



County Of Bergen
Department of Public Safety
Medical Examiner Autopsy Report

May 27, 2003

02030860.aut
GARDNER, Richard A.



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New York Times
June 9, 2003, Monday
METROPOLITAN DESK

Richard Gardner, 72, Dies;
Cast Doubt on Abuse Claims

By STUART LAVIETES

"Dr. Richard A. Gardner, a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who developed a theory about parental alienation syndrome, which he said could lead children in high-conflict custody cases to falsely accuse a parent of abuse, died on May 25 at his home in Tenafly, N.J. He was 72.
The cause was suicide, said Dr. Gardner's son, Andrew, who said his father had been distraught over the advancing symptoms of reflex sympathetic dystrophy, a painful neurological syndrome.
Dr. Gardner, who testified in more than 400 child custody cases, maintained that children who suffered from parental alienation syndrome had been indoctrinated by a vindictive parent and obsessively denigrated the other parent without cause.
In severe cases, he recommended that courts remove children from the homes of the alienating parents and place them in the custody of the parents accused of abuse.
His theory has provoked vehement opposition from some mental health professionals, child abuse experts and lawyers. Critics argue that it lacks a scientific basis, noting that the American Psychiatric Association and the American Medical Association have not recognized it as a syndrome.
They also say that the theory is biased against women, as allegations of abuse are usually directed at fathers, and that it is used as a weapon by lawyers seeking to undermine a mother's credibility in court." ...
... "His marriage to Lee Gardner ended in divorce. In addition to his son, of Cherry Hill, N.J., he is survived by two daughters, Nancy Gardner Rubin of Potomac, Md., and Julie Gardner Mandelcorn, of Newton, Mass.; his mother, Amelia Gardner of Manhattan; eight grandchildren; and his partner, Natalie Weiss.

Correction: June 14, 2003, Saturday An obituary on Monday about Dr. Richard A. Gardner, a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, misstated his position at Columbia University. He was a clinical professor of psychiatry in the division of child and adolescent psychiatry -- an unpaid volunteer -- not a professor of child psychiatry."


End of Obituary Excerpt

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A comment about Dr. Richard Gardner's suicide released by the last man to cross examine him, attorney Richard Ducote:

June 1, 2003

"Parental Alienation Syndrome is a bogus, pro-pedophillic fraud concocted by Richard Gardner. I was the last attorney to cross examine Gardner. In Paterson, NJ, he admitted that he has not spoken to the Dean of Columbia's medical school for over 15 years, and has not had hospital admitting privileges for over 25 years.

He has not been court appointed to do anything for decades.

The only two appellate courts in the country who have considered the question of whether PAS meets the Frye test, i.e., whether it is generally accepted in the scientific community, said it does not. As Dr. Paul Fink, former president of the American Psychiatric Association has stated, Dr. Gardner and PAS should be only a "pathetic footnote" in psychiatric history. Gardner and his bogus theory have done untold damage to sexually and physically abused children and their protective parents. PAS has been rejected by every reputable organization considering it.

In a Florida case in which I was recently involved, when the judge insisted on a Frye hearing, Gardner simply did not show up. Perhaps because he finally realized that the entire nation was on to his scam, he committed suicide on May 25. Let's pray that his ridiculous, dangerous PAS foolishness died with him."

        Richard Ducote
        attorney at law
        New Orleans, LA




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    Dr. Richard Gardner, seen here at age 67 in February 1999, authored the money making PAS theory that made him a very rich man. Gardner committed suicide on May 25, 2003, plunging a seven inch butcher knife into his neck and heart.
    Gardner testified mostly for men, charging $500 per hour, routinely recommending custody to abusers, deprogramming children and threat therapy for mothers. Gardner was against society's overly moralistic and punitive reaction to pedophiles.