According to Science Daily (your source for the latest research news) a delusion is commonly defined as a fixed false belief and is used in every day language to describe a belief that is either false, fanciful, or derived from deception.”

“In psychology the definition is necessariy more precise and implies that the belief is pathological (the result of an illness or illness process).”

Wikipedia article “Delusion” begins with: “A delusion is a belief that is held with strong conviction despite superior evidence to the contrary. As a pathology, it is distinct from a belief based on false or incomplete information, confabulation, dogma, illusion, or other effects of perception.”

“Delusions typically occur in the context of neurological or psychiatric disease, although they are not tied to any particular disorder, and have been found to occur in the context of many pathological states (both physical and mental).”

Main article, Persucatory delusion

“Persucatory delusions are the most common type of delusions and involve the theme of being followed, harassed, cheated, poisoned or drugged, conspired against, spied on, attacked, or otherwise obstructed in the pursuit of goals. Persucatory delusions are a condition in which the affected person wrongfully belives that they are being persecuted.” image

Dr. Stephen F.X. Zieman, Jr. reported that I have delusional disorder based on the following sources:

1. Clinical interview July28, 2016
2. Record review: Department of Corrections violation report, dated 5-13-2016; violation of
probation arrest warrant dated 6-15-2016; e-mail correspondence as well as handwritten
correspondence between Ms. Sade and the office of public defender and probation
3.Request for competency evaluation, dated 7-2-2016

Without inspection of the extensive evidence I have compiled to verify the truth of the information expressed in the correspondence provided for his assessment, Dr. Zieman cannot accurately diagnose that expressed information as delusion. The sources on which he based his diagnosis is incomplete without inspection of my evidence, which was not requested, and having no history of psychological procedure, I did not anticipate that a psychological evaluation should include presentation of that nature.


My understanding is, that is the purpose of legal proceedings, to present evidence to validate innocence, or for prosecution to present evidence of guilt. I am entitled to innocence until proven guilty, which I have not been, so my description of my case cannot be presumed to be false. The only evidence that has been taken into consideration are the fabrications of delusional psychopaths, created for the purpose of influencing the perception of the court, in order to produce prejudiced opinion, and facilitate continued suppression of exculpatory evidence.


Dr. Lawrence J Gilgun reported delusional disorder, persecutory in nature based on:</strong

1. Clinical interview and mental status examination.
2. Social history as revealed by the defendant.
3. Review of an arrest report dated 5-12-2015
4. Review of a violation of probation affadavit, filed 5-6-2016
5.Reveiw of correspondence from the defendant to Mr. Rob Secola, supervisor in the
Department of Probation and Parole, dated 5-12-2016.
6. Review of a competency evaluation performed by Dr. Zieman, dated 8-3-2016

Dr. Gilgun suggests that I meet the criteria set forth in the law for involuntary hospitalization, though he does not specify to which law he refers. The sources provided to Dr. Gilgun are incomplete, as again any evidence I have to validate my testimony was not included, therefore inadequate to assess the accuracy of the information. Determination of my testimony as being delusion cannot be presumed without inspection of evidence which can be provided to prove otherwise. My belief in my innocence is not based on deception, therefore cannot be described as delusion. A more accurate illustration of the method utilized to form my theories and conclusions, would be abstract conceptualization, the use of concrete events and facts. Without having been proved guilty, involuntary hospitalization would be criminal violation of my constitutional rights, accurately described as false imprisonment.


Dr. Zieman’s behavioral observations included that I was alert and attentive, that my speech was normal in terms of volume, pitch, and prosody. That I expressed myself coherently. That my capacity for abstract conceptualization appeared to be adequate. An observation that conflicts the accuracy of his report. According to Intro to Psychology Help and Review/Psychology courses.( “To engage in abstract conceptualization means to use evidence to form ideas and theories from specific concrete examples.” Is that not the opposite of delusional?

Dr. Gilgun’s behavioral observations included that I was polite and cooperative, offering much information spontaneously, which conflicts his suggestion that I do not have the ability to manifest appropriate courtroom behavior, as well as incapacity to testify relevantly. Also, conflicted by his observation, under the issue of competence, that I am motivated to help myself  in the legal process. Whether I have an ill-advised plan as to how to do so is a result of inexperience, and does not make me delusional.

The conflicting observations of both doctors are contrary to my being delusional. I am perfectly capable of participating in a trial, and both doctors know this. They are participating in the smear campaign, overseen by Julie Edwards, for the purpose of preventing my case from going to trial, to which I am entitled, provided by the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment of The United States Constitution. There is not sufficient evidence available to support the charges that were fabricated against me. There is extensive evidence of pages and pages of criminal acts demonstrated in commission of the brutal acts of terror against me and my children.