How would a paediatrician, TV Doctor and near death researcher deal with an 11yr old?

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  1. niuniu macrumors 68020

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    You'd probably imagine some clever psychology, understanding, maybe a bit of guilt thrown in. Maybe ground her for a few days. No, Melvin Morse likes to waterboard her according to police charges on Tuesday.
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/aug/10/paediatrician-accused-of-waterboarding-daughter

    His youtube channel of TV appearances.
    http://www.youtube.com/user/spiritualscientific/videos


    Reminds me of the family court Judge William Adams who was caught on tape abusing his daughter. *Distressing, NSFW*
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wl9y3SIPt7o

    Some folk just shouldn't be parents.
     
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    That's sick and you can thank the united states military water boarding for his actions.
     
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    What? CIA did waterboarding, not the military.
     
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    Yep, they came to the house and forced him to waterboard the young girl.:rolleyes:
     
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    What are you talking about?
     
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    I'm talking about the collusion between the military intelligence and the CIA.

    In my book and in that "war" that makes it the military in my book.

    ymmv
     
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    I read this the other day. It's a really messed up situation, especially since the mother witnessed it and never stopped it or reported it to authorities. I can't imagine the terror that must've been lived in that house for that to happen.
    Apparently, as a doctor he learned how to wreak havoc on people instead of how to help them through traumas.
     
  8. r.j.s Moderator emeritus

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    What does any of that have to do with this sicko harming his daughter?
     
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    Apparently, according to Peace if the CIA/Military hadn't done waterboarding, this guy wouldn't have done anything bad to the girl.
     
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    It's more than likely he wouldn't have done the waterboarding.

    And don't take what I wrote out of context.

    I was referring to the water boarding not the other bad things he did.

    and I wasn't aware the water boarding technique was well known before the "cia" scandal.

    But then again he was just in the military so he probably didn't learn it from the military huh ?
     
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    He has worked specifically with vulnerable children through his career, often those that were close to death and lucky to be alive. You'd have thought he'd have learn some compassion by now.
     
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    Who knows where he learned it. Perhaps you could provide some proof that he learned it in the military. Until then, all you have is your ax to grind with no basis in fact.
     
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    Waterboarding has been around in various forms for centuries. And no, it is NOT in the normal operating manual, only in the top secret levels and above (think special ops).
     
  14. Peace macrumors Core

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    Well you will have to excuse me because when I was in the military we had "civilians" in OD on our ship all the time so to me it was not just "special ops"

    But carry on with your views.

    I can't change them.

    Back on topic now eh ?

    :)
     
  15. r.j.s Moderator emeritus

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    Can you provide proof he was in the military?
     
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    I don't recall saying he was in the military.

    [edit]

    my apologies. I did say he was in the military.

    I was wrong about that. I meant he probably learned about it from all the publicity the military/cia got on television.

    [/edit]
     
  17. r.j.s Moderator emeritus

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    See this post:

     
  18. NT1440 macrumors G4

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    My views? It was a big hubbub having the army field manual changed a few years back. Thats just the information I've read recently, I wasn't trying one up anyone on military knowledge.

    But my point was that there is no way this guy got trained in water-boarding in the military unless he was doing covert or high level security clearance needing work, both of which I highly doubt. Seems more like he's just a sick ****. :mad:

    And yes, he probably was inspired by all the coverage the practice has gotten.
     
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    Se my edit


    It's obvious he is a sick twisted person.
     
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    Indeed, sorry got lost on the editing and thought for some reason that you had taken offense to my post so I tried to clear it up...all whilst you had already done that :p
     
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    The end of the article linked in the OP reads
    On his website, he wrote about his research into near-death experiences, particularly those involving children.

    So, was he trying to use his daughter for his research by giving her a near-death experience?
     

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