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2009 World Health Organisation (WHO) – Dr Chan.
2007-09 Executive of WHO – Sir Liam Donaldson.
1997-2009 Ministers of Health – Alan Johnson and Andy Burnham.
1997-2009 Chief Medical Officer – Sir Liam Donaldson.
1997-2009 Wessely psychiatric school, who advise the Government on ME.
2007 Baroness Scotland – did not deal with such issues.
2007 Lord Goldsmith – did not deal with such issues.
2006-2007 General Medical Council (GMC) examined complaints against the 6 doctors – they were cleared. They employed psychiatrists as their 'specialists'.
2006-2007 Social Services examined the complaint against the social worker- she was cleared.
2006 June Sophia’s Inquest – result: she died from ME.
2006 Independent research on Sophia’s spine – positive proof of infection.
2005 post mortem – no cause of death identified.
2005 November 25th - Sophia died. The 3rd GP, Dr Clarke, refused to visit to confirm her death as she too, unbeknown to us, had struck Sophia off her list.
2004 Legal aid refused – “no significant human rights issues.”
2003 August 8th - Although no longer her GP,Dr Firth removed Sophia from her practice.
2003 July 23rd –Sophia was released from the mental hospital by a Tribunal.
2003 July 11th – Police smashed down Sophia’s front door in order to enable Sophia's ex G.P, the psychiatrist and the social worker to forcibly remove her from her home and incarcerate her in a mental hospital.
2003 June 23rd – the social worker, Catherine Connolly, lied under oath,therby committing perjury, in order to ensure that Sophia was 'sectioned'in a mental hospital.
2003 June - Chief Executive of Brighton Hospital, Dr Rosenberg, would not answer the letters sent him.
2003 May 21st – The Court Manager ignored the letters sent regarding Sophia’s imminent illegal sectioning.
2002 Dec 9th The psychiatrist, Dr Baginski, threatened to ‘section’ Sophia if she did not get better within six months or, if she refused to enter the Romford Clinic.
2003 Dr Firth asked for Sophia’s mother, who was her carer, to be sectioned.
2002 Dr Firth finally secured a psychiatrist, Dr Baginski, who would agree with her i.e. that ME was a mental illness.
2000 – 2002 Dr Firth GP asked a number of psychiatrists to become involved with Sophia’s case. They refused.
2000 Sophia is officially diagnosed with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) by Dr Hartley.
1999 Sept. - Sophia got ‘flu’. By December she was bed-bound for 95% of the time.