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(New York Daily News)   NYC gov't: wait, when a homicidal mental patient just strolls out of Creedmoor we're supposed to alert the neighborhood? What kind of fascist Giuliani crap is that?   (nydailynews.com) divider line 23
    More: Fail, killer, Creedmor, Raymond Morillo, mental disorders, Rudy Giuliani  
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2014-01-31 10:03:14 AM
shiat, they let homicidal mental patients on gun ranges now?

Oh, wait, that would explain this:

palma11.gbrt.org.uk
 
2014-01-31 10:58:48 AM
Just light up the bat signal
 
2014-01-31 11:05:14 AM

Fano: Just light up the bat signal


Did the Dzhokar escape?
 
2014-01-31 11:05:27 AM
"I mean, how can you put that person in a mental facility if he committed murder?"

... has this guy really never heard of insanity pleas?
 
2014-01-31 11:08:32 AM
Well, it was in the papers here. Isn't that notification enough?

/yes, I'm joking
 
2014-01-31 11:09:14 AM
According to the article, he had already completed his "jail" (sic)  time and was there for an evaluation. So he might have been released soon.  Wow, he was crazy to escape.
 
2014-01-31 11:12:59 AM
Who put that crease in his head?
 
2014-01-31 11:27:09 AM
I heard from a friend of a friend that he's easily identifiable by his prosthetic hook hand.
 
2014-01-31 11:27:37 AM
This reminds of the mental patient that raped a nurse, then escaped the asylum.

The next days' headline read, "NUT SCREWS AND BOLTS!"
 
2014-01-31 11:28:18 AM
To-night's my last night, the veal is tough, and the waitress has great tips.
 
2014-01-31 11:39:43 AM

Mell of a Hess: This reminds of the mental patient that raped a nurse, then escaped the asylum.

The next days' headline read, "NUT SCREWS AND BOLTS!"

 
2014-01-31 11:40:52 AM

Slypork: Mell of a Hess: This reminds of the mental patient that raped a nurse, then escaped the asylum.

The next days' headline read, "NUT SCREWS AND BOLTS!"


Sorry about the double. Should have previewed.

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2014-01-31 11:44:47 AM
"He had completed his jail time and was admitted to Creedmoor for evaluation purposes, and was not there by court order "

Yeah.  So, what's the problem, exactly?
 
2014-01-31 11:48:25 AM
"He had completed his jail time and was admitted to Creedmoor for evaluation purposes, and was not there by court order, police from the 105th Precinct told officials in an email obtained by The News. Police noted that Morillo was to be released in a matter of days"

So...he did his time, was being evaluated, would have most likely been released within days anyway. Besides wondering why he would escape instead of wait to be released, what's the difference between him being out now instead of in a few days? Subby's headline about him being a mental patient doesn't quite fit the real story, as far as I can see. Evaluation isn't a diagnosis. Yet.
 
2014-01-31 11:50:20 AM
Ideally we'd live in a world that is Creedless.
 
2014-01-31 11:51:41 AM
Alerting the neighbors might be considered a violation of the HIPPA laws.  Besides, once out of Creedmore would you really expect the escapee to remain in the area?
 
2014-01-31 11:57:23 AM

LarryDan43: Ideally we'd live in a world that is Creedless.


My credo, if I have to have one, is "go for it." I mean, you only go around this crazy world once.
 
2014-01-31 12:48:53 PM

dpzum1: "He had completed his jail time and was admitted to Creedmoor for evaluation purposes, and was not there by court order, police from the 105th Precinct told officials in an email obtained by The News. Police noted that Morillo was to be released in a matter of days"

So...he did his time, was being evaluated, would have most likely been released within days anyway. Besides wondering why he would escape instead of wait to be released, what's the difference between him being out now instead of in a few days? Subby's headline about him being a mental patient doesn't quite fit the real story, as far as I can see. Evaluation isn't a diagnosis. Yet.


How could it be said that he escaped, if he had completed his sentence and he wasn't there by court order?  To my thinking, that makes him a free man able to walk away of his own accord.
 
2014-01-31 01:29:59 PM
New York City has quite a few charity mental hospitals. People send their sick family members from all over New England and beyond to these places. But their funding is always tenuous. When funds are running low, charity cases get dumped on the street.

New Yorkers are accustomed to this, it's part of the reason they don't trust random street strangers.

/have lived in NYC
 
2014-01-31 02:00:20 PM
Having been to Queens Village, I can safely say that no one will notice an extra mental patient on the streets. j/k It's more Glen Oaks.

But seriously, who builds giant schools next door to psychiatric centers?

Google Maps

Off topic Trivia: If you look to the west, you can see what's left of the one of the first highways in the US.
If you look a little to the east, you can see the last working farm in NYC.
 
2014-01-31 03:21:13 PM
One does not simply walk out of Creedmoor.
 
2014-01-31 03:29:08 PM
Just wait a few months and fish his remains out of the river.

/too soon?
 
2014-01-31 03:45:24 PM

dittybopper: dpzum1: "He had completed his jail time and was admitted to Creedmoor for evaluation purposes, and was not there by court order, police from the 105th Precinct told officials in an email obtained by The News. Police noted that Morillo was to be released in a matter of days"

So...he did his time, was being evaluated, would have most likely been released within days anyway. Besides wondering why he would escape instead of wait to be released, what's the difference between him being out now instead of in a few days? Subby's headline about him being a mental patient doesn't quite fit the real story, as far as I can see. Evaluation isn't a diagnosis. Yet.

How could it be said that he escaped, if he had completed his sentence and he wasn't there by court order?  To my thinking, that makes him a free man able to walk away of his own accord.


This ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
 
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