This video is the questions of what they did on that incident. Because I was careful, I turned on my voice recorder and had the entire conversation of false suicidal claim by them.
Question1: They moved me to a place with no witness.
Question2: Dr. English-Lueck said it was only "5 minutes" conversation and did not tell me what was about.
Question3: Police officers asked me to be handcuffed as the first communication attempt after "hi."
Question4: Dr. English-Lueck explained how she and Dr. Elizabeth Weiss concerned about me suicidal. I brought Dr. Weiss' "sexual harassment" case to the ombudsman in previous semester. And I was communicating with the Equal Opportunity Services for further harassment from anthropology department students and faculties.
Question5: Police officers handcuffed me even after I denied to be suicidal. They did not checked my mental condition but believed someone else's claim.
Question6: Dr. English-Lueck wished me to have some help. I denied to be suicidal but she thought there was something I needed to be "fixed." (or being raped by Dr. Gonzalez and Dr. Weiss in El Camino Hospital to make me to really feel to be suicidal?)
Question7: Police officers knew I would be sent to El Camino Hospital later. I denied to be suicidal, but they knew what would happen and I had no way to clear this "suicidal claim."
Question8: I mentioned about homework and explained how I had no intention of suicide. Police officers did not believed me.
Question 9: I was sent to the mental hospital because Sgt. John Laws believed me suicidal. Check out what happened to him and Heather Cooper case to learn what Sgt. Laws claimed about her.
Question 10: Next morning, I was sent to El Camino Hospital from Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. At that point, I received another claim "danger to others." What happened to this in less than one day? The psychiatrist at SCVMC did not believe me how I was wrongly brought to there while I was on my way.