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Mull Detained, Deemed Competent for Trial

April 16, 2013

Federal Magistrate Judge James Seiburt revoked Kymberly Mull’s pretrial release Monday for her continued abuse of prescription pain killers, and she will remain behind bars while awaiting trial for......

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bloomin

Apr-19-13 12:43 AM

accoustal-you might want to consider that those who post here come from all walks of life, ie, teachers, LE, and mental health professionals as well as drs, lawyers, and cps's. I have noticed, have you? that posters tend to post on specific area's, I never post on political areas such as defense, because I am smart enough to know that I do not understand it thoroughly. So I read others and try to understand better, but bet you wont find me posting. Human rights, human condition, abuse, corruption in this city, yep, I got the credentials. At times I also have a bit too much empathy because of what I do everyday. But I have still clocked hundreds of hours in the area of emotional trauma/ptsd, physical, sexual, and emotional abuse. What exactly is the area of your expertise and credentials. Please do tell. Not sarcastic, just curious. Yes, I do diagnose mental illness, and my opinions are valued in the field that I work. My opinion here is speculative, not diagnostic. I maintain-very sad

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acousticportal

Apr-17-13 10:04 AM

Wow...you people here are amazing! Not only can you diagnose mental health issues, but also see into the life of someone...all from a picture! Please share your knowledge and abilities with the medical community so that all practitioners can utilize this powerful diagnostic sensory that you have...my God it's a miracle.

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DinoCrocetti

Apr-17-13 12:50 AM

"There’s only one basic human right, the right to do as you*****well please. And with it comes the only basic human duty, the duty to take the consequences."

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bloomin

Apr-16-13 11:39 PM

You are right, she does meet the definition of competency. I do not know this woman but has witnessed as alphacentuar states. There are big issues here. And blackrock is also right. Hey, I do admit when I am wrong. There is something very wrong with this woman (psyciatric) that has led to her behavior, and it is her defense attorneys job to uncover the facts of this. I agree, she looks like a carnival act and I do not mean that in a mean way, and I think that she actually beleives that she looks good. She does not even look female in her mugshot from yesterday. I find this very sad.

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Alphacentaur

Apr-16-13 1:45 PM

She clearly has issues. You see them at the store, and they are a spectacle. She is cartoonish. You drive past their house and see such a waste of money when others have so little. This is like watching a live version of Anna Nicole smith.

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Blackrock

Apr-16-13 8:34 AM

Wrong Bloomin. The state has no obligation. She has the obligation.

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bloomin

Apr-16-13 2:07 AM

They describe all of this behavior, then say she has no ongoing psychiatric illness. Look at the plastic surgery-the desire to achieve this is indicative of psychiatric problem. What person in their right mind, with plenty of money, would sell drugs. Most often, there is dual diagnosis. The ongoing psychiatric problems preclude the drug abuse. I have heard the husband has contributed to much of this. Suicide attempt? Na, thats normal for everyone., right. Over the hill and flee's scene. The state has an obligation to get her the care she needs. Very sad.

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bloomin

Apr-16-13 1:51 AM

Clearly this woman has been severely abused in many ways for most of her life. Anybody could see this from her original arrest picture. Very sad. Abused people turn to numbing out, married to a rich man, dont think she was dealing for the money, possibly the attention and a cry for help. She needs much more than a trip to an addiction unit for a month. Certainly money is not an issue, why has she not been sent to a long term trauma intensive treatment facility. Very sad that mental ill people face such stigma about seeking proper treatment. I dont know her personally but met her somewhere once. I pray someone will help her. Makes one wonder what they consider competent.

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