Updated Sunday, September 27, 2009 12:32 PM
CCHR - Citizens Commission for Human Rights Confirms Psychiatric Abuses from Complaint filed on August 8, 2009 (Click Here to View Complaint).
As litigation progresses throught the courts, Stan J. Caterbone and Advanced Media Group, appearing as pro se, will be working with CCHR involving their complaints against Lancaster General Hospital (LGH); Lancaster Regional Medical Center; Dr. Emily Presley; Dr. Anthony Mastropietro; and various others that have already been named in complaints as DEFENDANTS.
Email of Thursday, September 24, 2009:
"Dear Mr. Caterbone,
We would like to thank you for sending your psychiatric abuse report to the Citizens Commission on Human Rights International (CCHR). After reviewing your information, it is evident that you experienced many psychiatric abuses. However, it has been determined that CCHR is unable to take any action on the information.
Unless you request otherwise, your confidential information will remain on file with CCHR and could potentially be used in the future. For instance, because we receive hundreds of abuse reports each year, it is possible that other people might file reports on the same practitioner or facility. CCHR can use such data to show a pattern of abuse.
Please understand that CCHR is not a law enforcement or legal agency in any way. We are not an attorney referral service, cannot bring lawsuits against individuals and do not have law enforcement powers. However, we do work with such officials by gathering information such as yours, filing complaints, offering research and other assistance.
CCHR Int’l, 6616 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028,
Lura Schmiedeke, Abuse Case Documenter"
THE FOLLOWING PSYCHIATRIC PROFESSIONALS HAVE ALL REFUSED TO PROVIDE ME WITH AN ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION OVER THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS:
- 1. In June of 2007 Judge James P. Cullen and the Lancaster County District Attorney's ORDERED through the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 06-3179 a psychological and psychiatric evaluation as a condition of the pre-sentence investigation. Ann Woodland first met with me and would not complete the psychological evaluation. I have a recording of this meeting, which was recorded with her permission. Then Judge James P. Cullen issued an ORDER for a psychiatric evaluation. I had met with Dr. Gotlieb, who heads the psychiatric department of the Lancaster General Hospital. He recused himself due to my litigation against LGH. The Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas failed to find another mental health professional that was willing to perform the evaluation.
- 2. Ann Woodland refused me a psychological evaluation per your request earlier this summer, without explanation.
- 3. Dr. Ann Davis, or her secretary, merely assaulted me with harassment when I personally visited her office for an appointment, similar to what you and Dr. Breux did to me on June 3, 2009 in the Office of Student Affairs.
- 4. Dr. Al Shulz, whom was engaged in my case prior, had stood me up on at least three meetings this year, after we had agreed on a location and times while at mass at St. Mary's Catholic Church earlier this year.
- 5. In April of 2009 I applied for disability benefits claiming Mind Control symptoms with the Social Security Administration. The medical investigator in Baltimore assured me, at my request, that I would receive a psychiatric evaluation. It never happened. I was awarded benefits on August 20, 2009 with the determination date of my disability as December of 2005, the month that I testified that I became telepathic.
- 6. On July 20, 2009 I was interviewed in the Intermediate Intensive Care Unit by Dr. Leo Dorzynski pursuant to the 302 Petition for Psychiatric Evaluation served upon me on the evening before by the Lancaster City Police Department and signed by Officer McCardie. Dr. Leo Dorzynski refused to see me on any basis to follow up with my allegations of Mind Control. Dr. Leo Dorzinski certified that I was not a threat to myself or others and refused to cooperate with the petitioners of the 302. In a desperate move to keep the illusion of mental illness alive, Dr. Leo Dorzinski reached far and for the first time put the term "marijuana psychosis" in my chart; after declaring that I was not suffering from Bi Polar Mood/Manic Depression or Schizophrenia. Dr. Leo Dorzinski proved that the 302 Petition by the Lancaster City Police Department was a fraud and fabrication. I had emergency surgery a few hours later and was released from Lancaster General Hospital the following day.
- 7. On July 21, 2009 at the request of Dr. Leo Dorzinski, Dr. Sean Coldren of Lancaster General Hospital interviewed me for a second opinion and concluded the same as Dr. Leo Dorzinski, with the exception of the "marijuana psychosis". Dr. Sean Coldren would also have nothing to do with me after leaving Lancaster General Hospital as far as any outpatient therapy or evaluations. Both psychiatrists, formerly M.D. were told about the directed energy devices or electronic weapons and the pain from the assaults; as well as me being telepathic and the harassment. I also disclosed of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control Programs to both psychiatrists; as well as all medical staff, including Emergency Room Personnel.
Friday, February 27, 2009 10:54:31 AM
FRAUDULENT SUICIDE ALLEGATION
Items from the Amended Complaint of Case No. 05-2288 in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania , under Federal Judge Mary A. McLaughlin.
276. On February 19th, 2005, at approximately 5:00am, Officer Fedor pounded on the Plaintiff’s front door to awaken him. The Plaintiff refused to open the door and let the Officer in due to the preceding incidents and went into his bathroom and called the Pennsylvania State Police. The Pennsylvania State Police refused to answer the plea for help to intervene in the altercations with the Southern Regional Police Department.
277. Approximately 20 minutes later, Officer Fedor and Pamela Pflumm illegally entered into the residence of the Plaintiff by breaking and entering.
278. Officer Fedor stated he was responding to a 911 call about an attempted suicide. The Plaintiff tried to tell Officer Fedor that he did not know what he was talking about. Officer Fedor handcuffed the Plaintiff and was physically abusive by pushing and shoving the Plaintiff directly in front of the Plaintiff’s loveseat and handcuffing the Plaintiff. Officer Fedor asked him why he sent an email to Kerry Egan threatening to commit suicide. Pamela Pflumm was standing in front of the Plaintiff’s back door. The Plaintiff kept trying to tell Officer Fedor that he came home and was sleeping all night. The Plaintiff and Officer Fedor kept arguing about an incident that never occurred. Officer Fedor violated several civil rights of the Plaintiff.
279. Officer Fedor stated the Kerry Egan (daughter of Lancaster Businessman Patrick Egan, owner of Select Security and member of the Lancaster Township Volunteer Fire Company and the Lancaster City Police Department), made a call to 911 at approximately 4:00 am and stated that she received an email from the Plaintiff early that morning with a threat to commit suicide. The Plaintiff called Comcast cable during the altercation to try to get an activity list of the Plaintiff’s online activities to prove that the Plaintiff did not send any email to Kerry Egan. Officer Fedor slandered and libeled the Plaintiff by not believing his account. The Plaintiff kept asking why Pamela Pflumm was summoned to the Plaintiff’s home and received no explanation. The Plaintiff did not see Pamela Pflumm before that she entered the residence with Officer Fedor.
280. It was later determined that there never was an email, and the Southern Regional Police Department never withdrew their allegations of mental health issues.
Wednesday, February 18, 2009 9:11:11 AM
ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL
(LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER)
RECORD OF HISTORY AND PHYSICAL EXAMINATION
Attending Physician: J. A. Schulz, M.D.
Patient: Stanley J. Caterbone
Date: September 11, 1987
Admission Date: September 9, 1987
CHIEF COMPLAINT: Bipolar mood disorder.
HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: This patient was admitted after family had arranged for bail and the patient agreed to come into the hospital voluntarily for inpatient psychiatric treatment.
[This is an outright lie. I was told it was required in order to be released from prison. See Amended Complaint in U.S. District Court 05-cv-2288.]
He had been placed in jail for breaking into an office. The office involved was the patient’s place of employment.
[Financial Management Group, Ltd. (FMG), Executive Vice President; Secretary; Board of Directors; Founder/FMG Advisory Group, Ltd., President; Secretary]
The patient maintains, he is still currently employed. The other party [Robert Kauffman and Michael Hartlett; partners in FMG] is maintaining that the patient is no longer employed and is guilty of illegal breaking and entering.
[All 7 criminal charges brought about by the Manhiem Township Police Department were all dismissed several months later without any court proceedings (nolle pros/withdrawn) See Amended Complaint in U.S. District Court 05-cv-2288 for False Arrests .]
His current problem is several months in duration. I had received calls on several occasions from concerned friends and family. (James Warner (Current Executive Director of the Lancaster County Solid Waste Managment Authority, Click Here); Mary Lynn Diapolo (former personal secretary at Financial Management Group, Ltd.,,; Jere Sullivan, former friend and former employee of United Chem Con who set up meeting with Larry Resch of International Signal & Control (ISC) on June 23, 1987; et al)
They had stated that the patient was not himself; he had become involved in what appeared to be very grandiose business schemes, talking about producing a movie [See SONY Joint Venture on www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com], having bought a home at the New Jersey shore.
[a lease purchase agreement was made for the office for the SONY Joint Venture and the Lease was paid in full in the previous May – The option to purchase was never executed.], having bought an airplane [The airplane was purchased and the charter business was profitable in the first month].
The patient had become embroiled in legal disputes with the company which he had had a major role in setting up last year. Apparently ha had somewhat disengaged from involvement with the company [Legally and technically locked out; See Amended Complaint in U.S. District Court 05-cv-2288], to be involved in his other business ventures.
He presently maintains that he is the victim of a plot to illegally extrude him from the company and steal his rightful return from this business venture [Legally and technically locked out; See Amended Complaint in U.S. District Court 05-cv-2288].
In addition, he is apparently planning litigation with the bank (Commonwealth/Mellon) [See Amended Complaint in U.S. District Court 05-cv-2288] , who withdrew credit from his having bought an airplane before he had defaulted on payment of the loan.
[Plane was repossessed prior to any payments being due or any defaults; See Amended Complaint in U.S. District Court 05-cv-2288].
The patient apparently lost considerable money when he could not maintain payments on the house that he had bought at the New Jersey shore [a lease purchase agreement was made for the office for the SONY Joint Venture and the Lease was paid in full in the previous May – The option to purchase was never executed.] .
The family called several times, expressing concern that he was making judgments that were not in his best interests, that he was angry and irascible in a way that was not at all himself. It appeared that the patient was suffering a manic episode.
PAST MEDICAL/FAMILY/SOCIAL HISTORY: The facts are that Stanley J. Caterbone had never formally been under the care of any psychiatrists or psychologists prior to the incidents of August 13, 1987 at Burdette Tomlin Medical Facility Emergency Room for the fraudulent suicide allegation and the above. Any meetings with Dr. A. J. Schulz prior to the above date were just that – there was never any billings or charges from Dr. A. J. Schulz for his advise on treating the harassment by partners Kauffman and Hartlett. Dr. A.J. Schulz was a client of Stan J. Caterbone for years and a personal friend of the family’s; brother Tom had been dating daughter Meg for years.
[THERE WAS NO MANIC EPISODE IN 1987 OR IN ANY YEAR - HENCE NO BIPOLAR MOOD DISORDER; ANY EMOTIONAL DISTRESS IN 1986 IS A MOOT SUBJECT BEING THAT IT WAS NOT RECURRING AND WAS NEVER ANYTHING MORE THAN THAT. THERE WERE NO DAYS MISSED FROM WORK; HOURS SPENT SLEEPING; OR ANY SUICIDAL IDEATIONS. THEY WERE FABRICATED TO SUPPORT THEIR DIAGNOSIS.]
Saturday, February 14, 2009 11:00:42 AM
H&P Conference April 6, 2006 12:03
Pressley DO, Emily M
PRESENTING PROBLEM/CHIEF COMPLAINT
“I don’t know why I’m here. Everyone is lying”.
HISTORY OF PRESENTING ILLNESSThe patient is a 47-year-old single male admitted on a 302 petition initiated by Conestoga Police. According to the petition, the patient has been acting in a bizarre manner and has also been threatening. The patient has been calling the police, reporting that belongings have been stolen from his home. He also was reporting that someone was firing a gun at his home. According to the police he was confrontational with them, clenching his fist. The patient had also gone to the Harrisburg International Airport and told people there that he was the business manager for singer, Sheryl Crow, and then left the property but returned and then barricaded himself in his vehicle. The patient also approached women on a walk and became involved in a verbal altercation with them, and harassment charges were brought. In addition, the patient had entered a local restaurant walked through the dining room, and threatened 6 people that he was going to rob and kill them and their children.
The patient denies all items on this petition, and he states that really the officer (Buser/Fedor) had been abusing him. He states he has multiple law suits against the police and against family members. He shows various papers in his possession, and he makes reference to libel slander and brutality suits. He states that he intends to take these complaints to the district attorney.
The patient denies any mental health issues, although he does report that about 10 years ago he was treated for depression with lithium, and he was admitted to St. Joseph Hospital in 1987. He reports that he is sleeping well and eating well. He states that he is the president of Advanced Media Group which represents music and entertainment concerns.
HISTORY OF PAST SUICIDAL BEHAVIOR
Denied. He denies any suicidal thinking at this time.
HISTORY OF PAST PHYSICAL OR SEXUAL AGGRESSION
He denies making threats at any time.
HISTORY OF CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY
He drinks socially. He uses marijuana occasionally. He smokes 1 pack of cigarettes per day.
He claims to have been abused by police. He denies any abuse as a child.
PAST PSYCHIATRIC HISTORY
He was admitted to St. Joseph Hospital (Lancaster Regional Medical Center) in 1987. He has a remote history of Lithium therapy.
CURRENT THERAPIST/ PSYCHIATRIST/TREATMENT
No recent therapist.
MEDICAL REVIEW OF SYMPTOMS
He has problems with back pains and a pulled groin in the past but has no complaints of these currently.
PAST MEDICAL HISTORY
One brother committed suicide and he believes another brother was murdered, but authorities called it a suicide. He is investigating this.
PAST PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATIONS
Wellbutrin and Lithium.
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT HISTORY
The patient lives alone. He has never been married. He has no children. He has a college degree in business administration. He states that he has had many jobs with the government and now owns his own corporation; whether this is in fact true is unknown. He has family living in Texas and Florida, but has no contact with them and says that he has “legal problems with them”.
MENTAL STUS EXAMINATION
Appearance/Behavior/Speech: He is well groomed. He is guarded, defensive, and irritable. His speech is connected and goal directed with evidence of some paranoid and grandiose thinking.
Orientation: Alert and oriented x 3.
Memory: (3/3 Objects: Intact.
Fund of Knowledge: Good.
Judgment and Insight: Poor.
Thought Content: He denies auditory or visual hallucinations. He does not appear to be preoccupied.
Abnormal Movements: None.
Gait and Station: Within normal limits.
Muscle Strength and Tone: Within normal limits.
Vital Signs: Temperature 97.4, blood pressure 114/68 pulse 67, respirations 20.
SIGNIFICANT LABORATORY STUDIES
Urine drug screen is negative. The patient is refusing all other laboratory studies, stating he does not have insurance and he does not intend to pay for them.
CASE FORMULATION/DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS
The patient is a 47-year-old male with presumed history of bipolar disorder who present with bizarre behavior, grandiose thoughts, and threats against other people.
DSM IV-R DIAGNOSIS
Axis I: Bipolar disorder, mixed type.
Axis II: Deferred.
Axis III: None Known.
Axis IV: Moderate.
Axis V: Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF): 35.
RECOMMENDATIONS/INITIAL TREATMENT PLAN
The patient will be maintained on a 302 petition, and a 303 hearing will be held. The patient is refusing medication, laboratory studies, and to really engage in the program at this time. He will be encouraged to engage the treatment.
Emily M. Pressly, DO
Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
Job ID #: 4121822
Saturday, February 21, 2009 11:59:51 AM
Burdette Tomlin Memorial Hospital Route 9, Stone Harbor Blvd. Cape May Courthouse, N.J. 08216
Emergency Services Report
Cape Counseling Services
August 11, 1987 10:40 pm Discharge August 12, 1987 12:49 am
Emergency Room Visit
Name: Stan Caterbone
554 Berkley Road
Stone Harbor, New Jersey
Discharge: Consulted with Dr. Hahkin, who also spoke with patient. He concurred that patient was rational and not presenting any danger to himself or others. Patient was discharged on own recognizance.
"Stan was brought to ER by two brothers & police. Police recieved a call from Jim Warner (717-872-9081 [My phone number at 2323 New Danville Pike, Conestoga, PA.] who told them that he believed Stan planned to take a gun, go to the beach & kill himself. Client (Stan Caterbone) denied any such statement, thought or plans. He has legal difficulties; financial deals which have fallen through; movie venture with SONY and Bon Jovi's Band; license to do financial planning, his business revoked; repossessed material goods (airplane); being blackmailed; says he is a film executive and producer; and several major financial deals into which he had invested personal funds fell through - but NO PROBLEMS! Denied any depression."
II) Appearance and Behavior
Physical Characteristics - Appears stated; poised; Normal Gait.
Dress Grooming - Neat and groomed.
Motor Activity - Restless.
Facies - Mobile; Direct.
Attitude Toward Examiner - Defensive; Hostile; Evasive/guarded.
Affect - Content congruent.
Mood - Angry, Irritable; Agitated.
Speech - Loud; Normal Tone; No impediments.
Thought Process - Rational; Impaired Reality.
Other - Somewhat denies drug problem.
Thought Content and Preoccupations - "Wants to sue everyone for blackmail especially for repossessed airplane."
Delusions - Grandiose; Persecutory.
Perception - None.
Suicidal - "Denied suicidal ideation despite his history of family mental illness. Key factor was his desire to go to California; ostensibly to 1) Consult with his attorneys (Capello & Folley) or 2) for a "vacation". However, he had a brother who killed himself in California. Denied ever having suicidal thoughts despite significant financial/legal problems & his brothers assertion that he had talked about this when depressed."
Sensorium - Time; Place; Person.
Concentration/Calculations - Serial 7s - Rapidly; Accurately.
Memory - Intact.
Fund of Knowledge - Above Average.
Intelligence - Above Average.
Judgment - Impaired.
Insight - Denial of Illness.
Current Drug and Alcohol Use - Non Legible.
Previous Drug and Alcohol Treatment - N/A.
Current Living Situation - Presently living with a friend (roommate in Stone Harbor; primary residence is in Lancaster, Pennsylvania (possibly with female, but not likely)
History of Mental Illness in Family - Father diagnosed as schizophrenic - in and out of mental institutions. Brother also diagnosed as schizophrenic; committed suicide 1984; Client was diagnosed bipolar, manic, last October - went off lithium.
Significant Life Loss - Losses; family suicides; brother killed himself Christmas day of 1984; Financial and Legal problems recently.
Support System - Yolanda Caterbone, Mother, (717) 872-9081 [My phone number at 2323 New Danville Pike, Conestoga, PA.].
Significant Developmental History - client had been making $100,000/year as a Financial Manager and series of setbacks have left him bankrupt, yet apparently has resources to put $20,000 down on a home in Stone Harbor [home/office for Digital Movie; was a lease-purchase with rental paid in full for May 1, 1987 thru to September 31, 1987].
IV) Current Medication
Lithium prescribed by Dr. Shulz, Lancaster, PA.
Provisional Diagnostic Impression (DSM III) - Bipolar, manic, w/o psychotic features or Mixed Substance Abuse, continuous (Client refused wine & blood screen).
V) Preliminary Treatment and Disposition Recommendations:
Met with both client and family, consulted with social services on call, worker Carol Lubiana, Stone Harbor Police, Dr. Van Pelt, and Dr. Hahkin. Had Dr. Hahkin speak with client over the phone & scheduled appointment with him for tomorrow at 11 am. [DID NOT ATTEND, INSTEAD WENT TO GET COPY OF THIS REPORT].
Drug Screen & Evaluation.
Client signed written contract agreeing not to kill self, to call me if he became suicidal at anytime. (Mini-mental status also advised).
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. Audio Recorded Meeting of January 14, 1998 During this time, in late 1997 and early 1998 - Stan J. Caterbone AGAIN started working with two (2) attorneys to look into issues surrounding the 1987 whistleblowing allegations and all of the civil and criminal violations surrounding those activities. The two attorneys were local attorney Mr. Matt Samley, of then Xekelis, Reese, and Pugh, who represented Pflumm Contractors, Inc., and Ms. Christina Rainville, the Philadelphia attorney who represented Lisa Michelle Lambert. Mr. Matt Samley said there was nothing to my allegations and actually said that I was convicted and did prison time for the 1987 false arrests in 1987 when in fact ALL charges were dismissed; and Ms. Christina Rainville reported after reviewing documents that the firm of Schneider Harrison had just barred her from representing any more clients from Lancaster County (McCrakken and Lambert).
Stan J. Caterbone – Hey Al.. How ya doing?
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. - Got lika cold.
Stan J. Caterbone – You do have a cold. You don’t sound too good.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D.. I got a call from Fr. Lavelle, he is worried about you.
Stan J. Caterbone – Why is that?
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D.. - He doesn’t think you are feeling well.
Stan J. Caterbone – Why would he think that? Did you read anything I gave you?
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – Yea, I read it. Ah It is an argument… I am sure you have been through hell with all of that. You don’t really need to get into all of that. You are becoming obsessed with it.
Stan J. Caterbone – Now wait, who is saying I am obsessed with it? I am just trying to resolve the issues, Al.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – Okay.
Stan J. Caterbone – Why are there attorneys for everyone else but me? Why is there justice for everyone else but me? That is what I don’t understand.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – What I would like to do is add another medicine to even you out.
Stan J. Caterbone – No I am not adding another medicine, I am fine. No I am not adding anymore medicine.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – Then why did you come here.
Stan J. Caterbone – Because it is my quarterly update.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – That’s All?
Stan J. Caterbone – Sure.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – Okay, well.
Stan J. Caterbone – What else would I be doing here.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – You are not doing well, I have to tell you.
Stan J. Caterbone – Well that’s your opinion Al. I got my blood test yesterday (St. Joseph Hospital/Lancater Regional Medical Center Lab).
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. . (Calling St. Joseph Hospital Laboratory/Lancater Regional Medical Center) Dr. Al Shulz, I need the results of a syrum lithium that was done yesterday on outpatient Stan J. Caterbone Caterbone, Oh I’m sorry. What is it? Sure. Dr. Al Shulz, I need the results of a lithium level done yesterday on outpatient Stan J. Caterbone Caterbone, he also had a THS and Creatun screen. 9.4. Thank You. (hang up phone).
Stan J. Caterbone – That is right where about it should be.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – I think it should be higher. The medicine you are taking is escalith twice a day and Lithobid twice a day?
Stan J. Caterbone – Sure. And Wellbeutin.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – Do you take that once or twice.
Stan J. Caterbone – Once. In the morning..
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – CR 450 daily intake is…
Stan J. Caterbone – Why am I not myself.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – You talked to Father Lavelle ... (Freind, fomer vice principal of Lancaster Catholic High, and then on staff at the Catholic Church at the Diocesan of Harrisburg - Went to see him earlier that day to complain about harassment at Pflumm Contractors, Inc.,,).
Stan J. Caterbone – Al, what don’t you believe?
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. - I don’t believe you are well.
Stan J. Caterbone – No, no, no, no, no, no. Al .. Lets talk about the issues I am raising. Why won’t anyone address the issues? If I am so crazy why won’t anyone point to this and say this isn’t true? This is not reality? This isn’t true. No one does that. Everyone just ignores the issues Al, Why?
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – No I am not ignoring the issues.
Stan J. Caterbone – Sure you are.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – All I am saying is..
Stan J. Caterbone – No, no, no, all I am doing, Al all I am doing is raising legitimate legal questions. That’s all, which I have a right to do.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – Don’t raise them with me, cause I don’t want to hear them, I’m not your lawyer.
Stan J. Caterbone – OK.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – Raise you legal issues with your lawyer.
Stan J. Caterbone – I know that. I didn’t raise them with you.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D.. – All I am saying is that ...
Stan J. Caterbone – Al, I did not raise them with you.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – I know that .
Stan J. Caterbone – I was just sharing them with you.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – You sent that to me.
Stan J. Caterbone – Well Al, that is because that is what happened when I was sick, SUPPOSEDLY?, ALLEGEDLY? It all happened when I was allegedly sick. That’s why. Now the tapes do not lie. Documents do not lie. I mean that’s your opinion. That’s fine but .. Don’t sit there and tell me I’m crazy.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – Well you are not yourself.
Stan J. Caterbone – Then why, again, I am asking you why? Every time, why is it ever time I go to an attorney, I am not well? That’s three times Al. This is three times.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – Every time, every time you start getting mood swings you ..
Stan J. Caterbone – Al, the tapes don’t change for mood swings. The documents don’t change, they are the same.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D.. What can I say.
Stan J. Caterbone – What if the documents are true? What if every thing I say, what if all of my allegations are true?
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – Well where is it going to go? Where is it going to get you?
Stan J. Caterbone – Why is that your business Al? That is my business. That is not your business where they go.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D.. That’s over…
Stan J. Caterbone – I will, thank you
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – But
Stan J. Caterbone – I will fight for the truth Al. This is for the truth. That is all I am fighting for. If everyone is afraid for the truth, that is on them. I did not do anything wrong. If other people did something wrong then that is on them. I am not bearing the burden of responsibility for that. That is all. I did nothing wrong. I had everything taken from me. And I have rights that were violated. It is as simple as that. It is not a big deal.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – As far as adding any medicine you day no?
Stan J. Caterbone – I don’t need anything, No.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – You should add …..
Stan J. Caterbone – And why would you add that?
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – Because you really look wound up.
Stan J. Caterbone – Do you think this conversation is wound up?
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – Yes, you.
Stan J. Caterbone – OK. I am here for your opinion, and that is fine. I will always
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – You are really not yourself, you are just not yourself.
Stan J. Caterbone – Well, when am I myself? Am I a lower tone, more mono? Do I ask more questions, less questions? What do you mean? Help me out there.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – When your not obsessed with that stuff.
Stan J. Caterbone – I go to work (Controller for Pflumm Contractors, Inc., 1993 to 1998 See Biography) ever day, and I do a helluva job at work. Is that being obsessed? Is it? I am asking you a question. Why am I.. why am I sane from "9 to 5" when I work for Dave Pflumm, but in the off hours I am insane when I deal with my issues. I don’t feel upset about anything. I don’t think I am obsessed with anything, Al.. It is just my rights, It’s not ...
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – It is just going to tear you apart.
Stan J. Caterbone – Yea, and it will tear other people apart that did wrong to me, too. That is just right. It is not going to tear me up. I don’t let it control my life, Al.
Dr. Albert J. Shulz, M.D. – Are You.. How about increasing lithium.
Stan J. Caterbone – Al I am really fine, I have been fine for four years, on this. I am fine. I don’t need to change just because I see attorneys. I did not mean to offend so many people, sheesh. I guess the hospital didn’t screw up with Tommy either? Huh?
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – It doesn’t help you to get into what Tommy..
Stan J. Caterbone – He was my brother, Al. What do you mean it doesn’t help me? I am just concerned, that’s all. Don’t worry I have no parts of that. That is Phil. All I want is what is mine. That is all I ever asked for. How would you like it if you were locked out of here Al, and you lost your career, and your money, and your home? How would you like it? You wouldn’t fight back? Any reasonable person would fight back.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – If there is anything to get back.
Stan J. Caterbone – How do you determine what there is to get back?
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – All right, all right.
Stan J. Caterbone – Well no, I am just asking a question.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – It sounds like there is nothing to get back.
Stan J. Caterbone – And who told you that?
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – Nothing but pain and misery.
Stan J. Caterbone – What if I have evidence otherwise? How would you know what I have? How do you know what my business was?
Dr. Albert J. Shulz, M.D. – It’s not, I’m not. The guy that brought you the most (trouble) is sitting in jail. What the hell.
Stan J. Caterbone – Who? Jim Guerin? Al, Jim Guerin has nothing to do with this. Nothing?
Dr. Albert J. Shulz, M.D. – Who are the guys that did this to you?
Stan J. Caterbone – Al, that is up to investigators. Who violated my rights? Who arrested me for stealing my own files out of my own office. Let’s start there. Who repossessed my airplane thirty days before my first payment was due? Who took my business away from me? Who took my credit, my reputation?
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – Okay, so you will not ..
Stan J. Caterbone – Al I thought this is America, you fight for what is yours, you fight for what is taken from you, I mean it is not a big complicated thing. I mean there was so much taken from me. I have all the evidence. I have all the tapes. It’s all on one disc. Six hundred fifty documents, all the conversations. That is the factual (evidence). It is not what I think. It is not what I perceive. That is a fact. And that doesn’t change. And that is what I go by. That is how I make my decisions and my judgments, on the facts. It is not what I think, or what I want to think. It’s just the facts.
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – You need anymore prescriptions?
Stan J. Caterbone – Yea, you know what else I need, Creatin and what are the others? I guess I should have had them this time? I don’t really need any scripts for the meds. I need them for my insurance. They always break them out, but. They wont give me anymore than thirty days worth, so. Al let me ask you a question, legally has my right to enter into contract ever been rescinded?
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. - No…
Stan J. Caterbone – So what does my mental illness have to do with anything?
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – I am just telling you, you are not yourself. I can’t tell you not to do this, all I’m saying it can tear you up inside.
Stan J. Caterbone – Al, I know. If I stay out of it it tears me apart. What people did to me. I get no respect. People think I am an insane criminal. That’s not true. I have never been convicted of anything and have been in jail five times. That is not a setup?
Dr. Albert J. Schulz, M.D. – Here is your..
Stan J. Caterbone – Alright.
Wednesday, February 25, 2009 9:11:42 AM SAINT JOSEPH HOSPITAL (Lancaster Regional Medical Center)
Continuation: Page 3
Name of Report: H & P
Name: Caterbone, Stanley Dr: SCHULZ
CHIEF COMPLAINT; Bipolar mood disorder.
HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: This patient was admitted after family had arranged for bail and the patient agreed to come into the hospital voluntarily for inpatient psychiatric treatment. He had been placed in Jail for breaking into an (his) office. The office involved was the patient's place of employment (Financial Management Group, Ltd.,). The patient maintains, he is still currently employed. The other party is maintaining that the patient is no longer employed and is guilty of illegal breaking and entering (all charges were dismissed, I was legally right).
His current problem is several months in duration. I had received calls on several occasions from concerned friends (Jim Warner James Warner (Current Executive Director of the Lancaster County Solid Waste Managment Authority, Click Here); Mary Lynn Diapolo (former personal secretary at Financial Management Group, Ltd.,,; Jere Sullivan, former friend and former employee of United Chem Con who set up meeting with Larry Resch of International Signal & Control (ISC) on June 23, 1987; et al) and family. They had stated that the patient was not himself he had become involved in what appeared to be very grandiose business schemes (See “Digital Movie” documents on website and blog), talking about producing a movie, having bought a home at the New Jersey shore, having bought an airplane. The patient had become embroiled in legal disputes with the company, which he had had a major role in setting up last year. Apparently he had somewhat disengaged from involvement with the company (False Statement); to be involved in his other business ventures (All business activities sanction with full support of Board of Directors, and all recorded in Board minutes and FMG Newsletters). He presently maintains that he is the victim of a plot to illegally extrude him from the company and steal his rightful return from this business venture. In addition, he is apparently planning litigation with the bank, who withdrew credit from his having bought an airplane before he had defaulted on payments of the load. The patient apparently lost considerable money when he could not maintain payments on the house (False Statement: Lease for 1987 was paid in full) that he had bought at the Hew Jersey shore. The family called several times, expressing concern that he was making judgments that were not in his best interests (False Statement: All proven to be in best interest), that he was angry and irascible in a way that was not at all himself. It appeared that the patient was suffering from a manic episode.
PAST MEDICAL AND FAMILY HISTORY; Previous Psychiatric History, the patient had consulted me last fall and winter. At that time, he had a serious depression, which included suicidal ideations. I saw him several times, placed him on Lithium. Be noted significant improvement coincident with the Lithium Carbonate therapy. He discontinued follow-up, discontinued the Lithium, felt quite well through the early part of the spring.
At that time, the patient related that he has experienced a sub clinical high the previous summer.
Family History, positive of major psychiatric illness. Father and brother had recurrent admissions, brother ultimately died of suicide.
Past Medical History, the patient says that he sustained a kidney injury playing football in high school.
Education, patient graduated from Millersville University. Work history, patient has been involved in Financial Services For years. He initially was involved with IDS. Ultimately, put together a company on his own. D and A history is negative. Legal History was negative until events leading up to the patient's coming to the hospital.
MEDICATIONS for ALLERGIES; Not dictated.
REVIEW OP SYSTEMS; No complaints, other than the patient said he had a URI a week or two before being admitted to this inpatient unit.
PHYSICAL examination; (Vital signs - See Nursing Assessment)
GENERAL: The patient is in no physical distress.
HEAD/EYES/EARS/NOSE/THROAT: No acute abnormalities.
NECK: No lymphadenopathy.
CHEST/LUNGS/BREASTS; Lungs clear to Auscultation.
HEART; Regular rhythm, no murmurs.
ABDOMEN: Soft, no tenderness, no masses.
PELVIC/RECTAL/GENITALIA: Rectal not done.
NEUROLOGIC/PSYCHIATRIC: No focal deficit.
MENTAL Status: The patient is cooperative; he is totally resistant to the thought that he is suffering from any manic symptoms. He has some pressured speech. He is obsessed and preoccupied with his litigation involving his company and the bank loan for his airplane. The patient discounts and discredits anyone that has expressed concern for his emotional well being. Friends mentioned, family are all discredited, saying they really are not close to him and do not understand what is going on. The patient also discredits me, saying that I mean well, but that I am bias by what I have learned from friends and relatives and that I do not understand what the patient is enduring with regard to his present legal involvement. The patient does not have any formal thought disorder. He does not present any secondary psychotic symptoms in the form of delusions or hallucinations. The patient denies any suicidal ideation whatsoever and denies any feelings of impulses to harm anyone else. He talks at length of the conspiracy against him that will very soon be revealed by the legal action that he is taking. The patient has no organic disturbance with regard to seamy, orientation, reasoning and judgment.
ASSESSMENT: Bipolar mood disorder.
PLAN: In view of the patient's history and response to Lithium, he has been advised that he absolutely, at present, should be taking Lithium carbonate. The patient adamantly denies the need for such at present, refuses to accept the diagnosis or recommended treatment« When it was first presented in a phone conversation with the patient, it was rejected initially, was rejected after he was admitted. The patient requested an independent psychiatric evaluation, this has been accomplished by or. Nutter. Dr. Nutter concurs with the diagnosis of bipolar mood disorder. He concurs with the recommended treatment of Lithium carbonate. The patient cannot accept either. I told the patient that in view of his inability to accept either the diagnosis or the treatment, I feel I have nothing else to offer him in terms of keeping him in the hospital. I have requested that he meet with myself and a family member so that I can pass on my diagnosis and recommendations. He is willing to do this, hopes to leave the hospital after that and is willing to leave against medical advise.
Signature: J.A. Schulz