1979 Dec. 31
New York (N.Y.) - On the trial and appeal of bookseller Frank Giese who was convicted of conspiracy in the bombing of recruiting stations in Portland, Oregon with the only evidence against him being fingerprints on a single book. A sentence characterizing a witness as dishonest and untrustworthy due to his criminal record and history of mental illness is underlined, presumably by Judi Chamberlin.
1977 Dec. 11
New York times
New York (N.Y.) - Discussing a suit brought by seven ex-patients seeking $1.2 million in damages from 15 doctors at Boston State Hospital. Debating the efficacy of involuntary treatment, commitment, and the right to refuse.
1979 Sept. 3
New York (N.Y.) - On the story of Henry Tucker; a penitentiary inmate in Virginia who, after being diagnosed schizophrenic, was subjected to forced drugging which resulted in paralysis. After Tucker's situation was brought to the attention of the press by a medical worker, the American Civil Liberties Union took on his case and won on the grounds of negligence, medical malpractice and violation of civil rights.
1979 Sept. 17
New York (N.Y.) - On involuntary institutionalization, drugging, neglect and abuse in psychiatric facilities. Criticizing social workers and psychiatrists as complicit in civil rights violations. Recounting specific court cases, including one concerning the right of parents to commit children without formal hearings. Also including a note written by Chamberlin denoting copies she sent or intended to send.
1979 Aug. 27
New York (N.Y.) - On a specific case of institutional abuse concerning seven incarcerated women submitted to inhumane conditions, forced drugging and other forms of psychiatric control. Describing S.T.E.A.D.Y. (Steps Toward Eventual Acceptance of a Disciplined You), a behavior modification program used by the Matteawan state mental hospital. Examining the national significance of the case.
1979 Aug. 20
New York (N.Y.) - On a specific case of institutional abuse concerning seven incarcerated women submitted to inhumane conditions, forced drugging and other forms of psychiatric control. Describing an ACLU lawsuit against the state for the commitment of prisoners to a mental hospital without even the pretense of a judicial hearing.