You misunderstand my statement. People protesting against this form of treatment may lead to physical harm to the patient, his nurses or his guards.
Any risk that the patient has towards the public is shouldered by the mental health team that makes the call on his progress.
The victims family should have been clearly informed of when and how they will be contacted and in what circumstances. I believe this should have occurred in this circumstance but that is not the current rule.
Ah right sorry I think I read it like a continuation of what had been said previously. I agree.
I was just objecting to the family getting screwed as it seems ducked up to find out something like this through the grapevine, especially because as it won't contain context.
I.e. they would hear he was out as opposed to he is being allowed out in very controlled and supervised situations for the purposes of rehabilitation and treatment. Or god forbid meets him and flips their sh*t.
I get that based on the current rules they didn't have to be told but it's kinda sh*t they weren't or weren't told this before hand.
The time between when someone told them he was out and when Stuff conformed the context they may have been terrified in their homes, sh*t scared, not able to go out worried of a potential home invasion or at work, or just the supermarket.
As far as I know they did nothing to deserve that.