Senator Loni Hancock, What’s wrong with the Mentally Disordered Offender Law?

July 26, 2011

TO: Senator Loni Hancock, California 9th

1515 Clay St., Suite 2202

Oakland, CA 94612

FROM: Roland E. Angle, Constituent


870 Walnut St.

Alameda, CA 94501

RE: What’s wrong with the Mentally Disordered Offender Law?

Dear Senator Hancock:

Since my meeting six months ago with your aide Marta Toscano and follow up letter

(refer to my letter of January 19, 2011), I have not received any reply from your office. I

find this lack of response to be most disturbing, as the letter alleges evidence of criminal

behavior on the part of state officials and refusal of law enforcement officers at every

level to investigate these matters. I would think this would be of some concern to you

as a state senator, since you rely on these agencies to carry out the legislation which you

work so hard to produce for the public welfare.

Apparently not. Perhaps further information on the abuses currently being perpetrated on

a daily basis might possibly move you to action. Accordingly, I have enclosed a research

paper commissioned by Families for the Ethical Psychiatric Treatment of Patients and

Prisoners (FEPTOPP) for your information. This paper delineates, in detail, how the

MDO law has acted as the legal platform for the many illegal and criminal acts that I

have alleged in my earlier letters to you.

I hope that you will find the time to read the paper and be moved to act. The MDO law

has become the cornerstone for many wider abuses of our constitutional and statutory

rights – right on up to the legal sanctification of torture and assassination by the highest

levels of our government.

I look forward to your response.

Yours truly,

Roland E. Angle

ENCL: Copy of FEPTOPP document, “What’s Wrong With the Mentally

Disordered Offender Law?”

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