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Tanis Jocelyn Watt


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Individually Tanis Jocelyn Watt, et al.                           Civil Action # C05 5234 SBA

Does One to a Trillion                                            

Plaintiff(s),                                                                        Reply to Pfizer’s Answer          




Defendant Rock Star David Lee Roth, et al.

other "Defendants" defined as


Does One Trillion One to Two Trillion



This case involves Dilantin, cunningly known as Phenytion, also know as Diphenyl hydantoin SODIUM (turn to about page 25 for quotes about Chloride rather than SODIUM as being primarily responsible as the cause of seizures), an ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUG (AED); AED’s can have a 75% misprescription rate; there may have been about five or more reasons Dilantin should not have been given to Kenny Naatz, who was in an alcohol treatment program, which was not properly secured at Safe Harbor Shelter that was put into the hot water container by Rock Star David Lee Roth about Christmas 2001.  Epilepsy is often misdiagnosed, can have many different causes, and likely can even be brought on by stress.  Delirium tremens (DT’s) from alcohol withdrawal should not be a reason to prescribe Dilantin, but often rule out methods are not used prior to properly prescribing medication, especially in the economically volatile Bay Area of California doctors may misdiagnose or misprescribe to maintain large number of patients and revenue in their medical practices, and to get them on disability to maintain high real estate values. This case is similar to an insurance case with government oversight, and the Safe Harbor Shelter facility receives much of its resources from County and Federal funds; the Federal Government is the insurer of last resort, and the Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organiztion Act (RICO) is one of the strongest oversight tools of government funds.  The government needs to enforce the right to protection of the waterways from pandemic causing, ecosystem-destroying, ECOLOGICAL-CYCLE POISONING, drug poisoning, especially of innocent children and wildlife, partly due to increased birth defects from the environmentally polluting drugs, which cost-shifts expenses to various branches of the government, decreases the quality of life and life expectancy, national competitiveness, violates constitutional guarantees, and THEREBY, increases Federal and State Debt, RESULTING IN fractional murder (greatly reduced live expectancy often due to poverty, sex or racial discrimination, incompetent or unfair access to medical care resembles GENOCIDE); therefore, the statutes of limitations should be extended to match that of the criminal statute of limitations for murder; Preserving life is of great value in THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF KANSAS in Pipe v. Hamilton, 2002 WL 31431631: opined that if there is a 10% chance of recovery in medical case where a medical procedure was not provided to meet the recovery it would be legally actionable as follows: “10 percent loss of chance cannot be said to be token or de minimis”.  Stewart v. New York City Health and Hospitals Corp., 207 App.Div.2d 703, 704, 616 N.Y.S.2d 499 (1994), too, suggests there is the highest value on creating and preserving life: “[I]f jury found that plaintiff lost even a 5 percent to 10 percent chance and that this chance was substantial the verdict would be justified…We agree. As a matter of law, a 10 percent loss of chance cannot be said to be token or de minimis.” Whereas, the policies regarding preserving life in the heavily populated United States of America are inferior to those in better managed Industrial Counties that have better safety nets, which makes the United States of America increasingly unstable and noncompetitive due to the misuse of resources, especially publicly funded and non-renewable resources. Many of the publicly funded products and services have negative value; for instance, the combination of surgery and drugs needed to allow surgery is often more dangerous and expensive than nutritional and other more conservative treatments, and the manufacturing of drugs can be toxic for the environment, and the secretion of drugs into the sewage system can be harmful if the drugs are recycled in drinking water or into the environment, and at worst resembles genocide in violation of the GENOCIDE Convention signed by the United States of America and other countries which states:


“Article I: The Contracting Parties confirm that genocide, whether committed in time of peace or in time of war, is a crime under international law which they undertake to prevent and to punish… Article II: In the present Convention, genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:(c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;... Article III: The following acts shall be punishable:…(c) Direct and public incitement to commit genocide; (d) Attempt to commit genocide; (e) Complicity in genocide.


18 U.S.C. § 3281 reads “An indictment for any offense punishable by death may be found at any time without limitation”.  Treason and murder tend to be capital offenses. If the preexisting probability of survival is entirely eliminated, it resembles Fractional murder or MURDER. DILANTIN-CAUSED STILLBORNS MAY BE ABOUT 2-7 TIMES THE NORMAL RATE OF STILLBORNS.  The civil RICO Statue of Limitations should be the same as the criminal statute for murder or should exist to encourage those to bring about the facts that could prevent a murder and other capital offenses, or eventually  bring a murderer to justice, because best public policy is to bring abusers to justice. In complex cases with likely political intimidation, or complex conspiracies, murder should be a presumed methodology of last resort for the defendants. Victims who face death along with suppressed memory make discovery of crime near impossible or for witnesses to come forward before the expiration of usual statue of limitations. Often, law enforcement is part of the conspiracy.  Therefore, allowing the truth about victimization to be aired in court is the only thing that supports justice, no matter how long it takes for the truth to be told in court.  Congress did not intend to create perfect investigators, researchers, and prosecutors out of the public; they intended to take the profit motive out of crime and imposing a statute of limitations would not conform to congress’ intentions, especially since congress recognized at the very least that the pattern could consist of 2 acts within 10 years. 15 U.S.C. § 16(i) states: “statute of limitations…is suspended…within four years after the cause of action accrued.”  The United States of America Justice Department concurs in the link agrees with 15 U.S.C. § 16(i): “In so concluding, the court properly applied the traditional rule that the statute of limitations begins to run upon the last act necessary to constitute the crime.  Pet. App. 21 (citing Pendergast v.United States, 317 U.S. 412, 418 (1943)).” This seems to support an argument, especially if there is cost-shifting to the federal government in terms of increased health or disability benefits, in cases involving often justifying punitive damages (often compensatory damages are almost impossible to measure in complex cases due to systemwide abuses)  due to Malice, Oppression, Fraud defined below there should be a greatly extended statute of limitations from California Civil Code § 3294:


(1) "Malice" means conduct which is intended by the defendant to cause injury to the plaintiff or despicable conduct which is carried on by the defendant with a willful and conscious disregard of the rights or safety of others.    

(2) "Oppression" means despicable conduct that subjects a person  to cruel and unjust hardship in conscious disregard of that person's  rights. 

(3) “Fraud" means an intentional misrepresentation, deceit, or concealment of a material fact known to the defendant with the intention on the part of the defendant of thereby depriving a person of property or legal rights or otherwise causing injury.   


The statute of limitations should at very least cover the length of copyrights and patents for fairness, especially if a large class of persons and/or the government is defrauded.  The Statue of limitations for False Claims act is 6 years, and the statue of limitations for the RICO should be at least 6 year for crimes similar to those in the False Claims Act, especially if the government is also defrauded;  Legal, medical, education and government Documents are often held by law for 7 years which suggests that it takes that long to resolve problems in court; other civil statues of limitations can be up to 15 years are usually used against the consumer are not equitable if malpractice (with a one year or 3 year statute of limitation) resulted from a medical procedure paid for on a credit card debt (statue for limitations for a consolidated loans of credit card debt may exceed 6 years and could be up to 20 years). Low settlements, of about 22% or less than actual damages are common, and often medical malpractice cases are never prosecuted or filed, and there are often unfair decisions with a pro-medical professional bias when adjudicated.  Ultimately a disability claim is filed against the Federal government when a unfair lawsuit settlement occurs or when the patient is no longer able to work.  Anything else is unreasonable and supports crime, blames the victim for not being a lawyer, medical professional, or a top scientist, and would presume there are lawyers and doctors everywhere who support perfection, and not their own self-interests, can practice in Federal Court, who understand a variety of problems, and like to work for free.  That is not likely to happen in the expensive Bay Area.  


The Nexus of a Pattern of Political Influence of Executive Branch:


This case may involve at least one victim, Jan L. Carroll, who had a suppressed memory of Ritual Human Sacrifice cult, allegedly a daughter of an engineer, (Carroll’s who seems to now have had at least 18 addresses in Ashland, Oregon according to; Jan L. Carroll went to Mary E. Wheeler, MS MFT of Santa Clara, CA, claims Norma Withrow (who claims she was the daughter of former U. S. Treasurer Mary E. Withrow), Carroll’s former roommate and also a Wheeler patient.  Withrow claimed Wheeler wasn’t very good.  Norma alleged she opened Carroll’s medical statements, and saw that Carroll had been given a partial hysterectomy, believed Carroll had a possible prolapsed rectum, and also alleged Carroll put her head through a door and needed to wear a halo, Carroll had a multiple personalities, and was a forced birth on father’s day or her father’s birthday.   Norma alleged that Jan Carroll claimed THAT SHE WAS RECOVERING HER MEMORY AND FINDING HUMAN REMAINS, and that in the 1990’s there were 300 members in the cult, which may suggest the cult is centered in the computer industry and that there may be some systemwide abuse in the computer industry, or in the Silicone Valley and the dominant political parties, and whom and what they support!  NORMA told me she REPORTED the Ritual Human sacrifices TO A STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER AFTER I CONTACTED STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL GERALD BROWN.  Mary Christian Erickson who claims to be conserved in Santa Clara County (SHE TOLD ME SHE SOLD A CURVED KNIFE TO AN UNSTABLE PERSON) also alleges that ritual human sacrifice was witnessed by two persons who identified some local politicians from photos she selected off the web after one claimed one was a local politician (allegedly San Mateo Supervisor Niven beheaded a person with a sword, and the most prized human sacrifice is a red haired female because that is most rare coloring). RICO AND THE FALSE CLAIM ARE ESPECIALLY GEARED TOWARDS FEDERAL HEALTH INSURANCE FRAUD AS SEEN IN HUMANA INC. V. FORSYTH 119 S. Ct. 710, 719 (1999) unanimously affirmed. “Because RICO advances the State’s interest in combating insurance fraud, and does not frustrate any articulated Nevada policy, we hold that the McCarran-Ferguson Act does not block the respondent policy beneficiaries’ recourse to RICO in this case”. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. STACY LYNN MALONE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS TENTH CIRCUIT No. 99-5201 argues Hobb's Act does not require a showing of a substantial effect on interstate commerce ( this citation likely is not needed in this case because health care costs are usually the largest part of both the State and Federal budgets): “We do not believe that either of these decisions affect this court's prior holding that only a de minimis showing is required under the Hobbs Act.  MUSCARELLO v. UNITED STATES 118 S. Ct. 1911, 1913 (1998) , affirmed the nexus elements of a crime showing a “relation[ship]” needed for RICO definition: “A provision in the firearms chapter of the federal criminal code imposes a 5-year mandatory prison term upon a person who ‘uses or carries a firearm’ ‘during and in relation to’ a ‘drug trafficking crime.’… For these reasons, we conclude that the petitioners’ conduct falls within the scope of the phrase ‘carries a firearm.’”  Dilantin was forced upon the Plaintiff due to theft by Rock Star David Lee Roth of Naatz’s misprescribed Dilantin, excessive false advertising AND IMPROPER WARNINGS ABOUT Dilantin as improper alcohol treatment RESULTING IN a 75% off label use of anti-seizure drugs, which Roth put in the hot water container at Safe Harbor Shelter, amounting to a pattern of fraud and extortion, in violation of the Hobbs Act and California Penal Code §§ 518-20 and 523 which read as follows, and Political intimidation, government subsidized Medical Malpractice, as a consistent scheme would be in violation of supra “518. Extortion is the obtaining of property from another, with his consent, or the obtaining of an official act of a public officer, induced by a wrongful use of force or fear, or under color of official right.” In part using fear-induced medical malpractice as defined by


“Medical malpractice, sometimes referred to as medical negligence, occurs when a health care provider violates the governing standard of care when providing treatment to a patient, causing the patient to suffer an injury. Medical malpractice can result from an action taken by the medical practitioner, or by the failure to take a medically appropriate action. Examples of medical malpractice include:


·         Misdiagnosis of, or failure to diagnose , a disease or medical condition;

·         Failure to provide appropriate treatment for a medical condition;

·         Unreasonable delay in treating a diagnosed medical condition[.]” 


would be in violation of: supra  “519. Fear, such as will constitute extortion, may be induced by a threat, either: 1. To do an unlawful injury to the person or property of the individual threatened or of a third person…3. To expose, or to impute to him or them any deformity, disgrace…”; Pfizer knows Dilantin causes extreme medical complications, which would be in violation of supra  “520. extort[ing]s any money or other property from another…by means of force, or any threat, such as is mentioned in Section 519, shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison for two, three or four years”. Therefore, the mismanagement rate in health care can be easily be anywhere of 100% to even over 1,000,000% for extreme complex cases, especially brain cancer cases, and may have an inflation rate of 18% may actually reflect the litigation expense, which is still likely far too low.  This mismanagement rate directly effects government and expenses of insurance companies thereby is reflected in all costs of government and businesses; health care generally is one of the largest portions of the Federal budget and State of California budget so it both indirectly and directly affects interstate and world commerce partly because disease, pollution or poisoning of the ecological cycle easily crosses national boundries. For example, previously the Bald Eagle, the national bird, almost went extinct due to its egg shells breaking due to poisoning by DDT. Therefore, BROADLY the Health Care issues in this case, especially due to all the National or International touring travel Rock Star David Lee Roth does, meet the definition of TITLE 18 USC § 10 which would be in violation of supra 523. Every person who, with intent to extort any money or other property from another, sends or delivers to any person any letter or other writing…expressing or implying, or adapted to imply, any threat such as is specified in Section 519, is punishable in the same manner as if such money or property were actually obtained by means of such threat.” Obtaining State and Federal funds under false pretenses satisfies the pattern and nexus elements of a crime substantially impacting Interstate Commerce because at least over $900 million dollars of Anti-Epileptic drugs are misprescribed due to off label sales; this meets the relationship needed for RICO definition for the additional RICO elements of fraud and extortion because rock star seems GUILTY OF A PATTERN OF POLITICAL INTIMIDATION AND/OR POLITICAN INFLUENCE BECAUSE HE perhaps also in the water container that caused Senator Hillary Clinton and her staff to become ill; WAS previously was unprosecuted for spraying booze on his audience as piss from Devil gargoyles which he admits to in his book Crazy from the Heat, performed "Jump" with the Boston Pops Symphony Orchestra on July 4th, 2004 –traditionally the artist is the choice of the US President, and Bush was the U S President at that time; and allegedly Dave has been in contact with president Bush, and Lusher of alleged that he witnessed Bush and Roth in compromising positions, and Lusher has also alleged he has compromised himself.  Therefore, both the Democrats and Republicans at executive level may be controlled by David Lee Roth and his family that is prominent within the medical establishment; it also applies to the standard of Youngberg v. Romeo, 102 S. Ct. 2425, 2462-63 (1982): “We repeat that the State concedes a duty to provide adequate food, shelter, clothing, and medical care…In this case, we conclude that the jury was erroneously instructed on the assumption that the proper standard of liability was that of the Eighth Amendment.”David Lee Roth using Pfizer’s drug Dilantin attempted to control and enslave Tanis Jocelyn Watt, and also used extortion (defined DUHAIME'S ONLINE LEGAL DICTIONARY as “Forcing a person to give up property in a thing through the use of violence, fear or under pretense of authority.”) or broadly defined as fraud by as “gaining of an unfair or unjust advantage over another” and in violation of The Preamble and Amendments 14 Sections 1, 13, 8 of the United States Constitution; the government should apply the progressive evolving standard of mandating the reduction of the various costs shifted on to the government by more broadly defined  as done by reducing the unnecessary and wanton infliction of pain[.]” Estelle v. Gamble, 429 U.S. 97, 102-03 (1976), 97 S.Ct. 285, 290, usually caused by promoting hate, violence, addiction, fraud, extortion, abuse and/or waste within government-funded entities, which reflects the intent of the Preamble of the U.S. Constitution of  “promot[ing] the general Welfare” by constantly increasing the evolving domestic standards and by NOT denying Watt the “Blessings of Liberty…Domestic Tranquility…a more perfect Union”; “evolving standards” is again mentioned in  “the evolving standards of decency that mark the progress of a maturing society,” supra Estelle v. Gamble; for example, the children borne with birth defects due to the use of Dilantin, which is often unnecessary, worst practices; even more shocking was that high-priced private software was used by the county, rather than Federal government contractor software with Federal government oversight and allowed audits without the need for a court order for Medicare and/or Medi-cal claims processing, and that the county was denied about $10 million per year in Federal Funds for using their private software that tends to lead to the impoverishment of the government and reduced jobs and services for employees and taxpayers! The 14th Amendment (U.S. Const. amend. XIV § 1) was passed to ensure that no state "shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of the citizens of the United States . . . [or] deprive any person of life, liberty, or property without due process of law, [or] deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."  Improper warnings, prescribing, weak software allowed T. J. Watt to be drugged against her will or knowledge.  Addictive, tetragenic drugs are a form of enslavement and are often the least conservative treatment modality which is in violation of U.S. Const. amend. XIII § 1.  The Supreme Court has developed a three-part inquiry for evaluating a Federal law's enforceability under section 1983: that inquiry examines (1) whether "the provision in question was intended to benefit the putative plaintiff," and if so, (2) whether the provision reflects merely a congressional preference instead of a binding obligation or (3) whether the interest the plaintiff asserts is so "vague and amorphous" that it is "beyond the competence of the judiciary to enforce." Wilder v. Virginia Hosp. Ass'n, 496 U.S. 498, 509, 110 S. Ct. 2510, 2517, 110 L. Ed. 2d 455 (1990) applies to this case because (1) Plaintiffs reasonably wish for reduced costs and equal treatment, (2) Congress under the U. S. Constitution is held to equal treatment and likely best use of federal funds, (3) Plaintiff is has made clear and plane statements about what needs to be done in her proposed injunction. 


TITLE 18 USC CHAPTER 41 § 875 defines extortion as: “(d) Whoever, with intent to extort from any person, firm, association, or corporation, any money or other thing of value, transmits in interstate or foreign commerce any communication containing any threat to injure the property or reputation of the addressee or of another…” promoting targeting alcoholic for off label Dilantin sales likely falls under definition of:


The Civil Rights Act of 1871, also known as the Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871, now codified and known as 42 U.S.C. § 1983 "1) 'to override certain kinds of state laws'; 2) to provide 'a remedy where state law was inadequate'; and 3) to provide 'a federal remedy where the state remedy, though adequate in theory, was not available in practice.'" Blum & Urbonya, Section 1983 Litigation, p. 2 (Federal Judicial Center, 1998) (quoting Monroe v. Pape). Pape opened the door for renewed interest in Section 1983.


The Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty seems to contain language that would prevent cost shifting to the government using wrongful warnings about Dilantin could be perceived as:  “organizing, instigating, inciting, assisting or participating in acts or threats of belligerency, hostility, subversion or violence against the other Party”; The cost-shifting to the government are substantial regarding alcoholics using Dilantin as seen in NEDER V. UNITED STATES 119 S. Ct. 1827, 1844 (1999) suggests the material omissions about the dangers of Dilantin likely consistently result in mis-prescriptions, dangerous  and least favorable medical practices:Accordingly, we hold that materiality of falsehood is an element of the federal mail fraud, wire fraud, and bank fraud statutes.” The following statistics from seem to reflect the same truth that there is a health care fraud pandemic that resembles genocide, in Global Corruption Report 2006 by German anticorruption


Corruption in health care: Theft, bribery and extortion robs millions of health care dollars each year while deaths are caused by counterfeit drug use, drug-resistant disease and inability to pay bribes…[E]ach year at least 5% of the US$3 trillion spent on health services worldwide are lost to corruption. 


The website reports that a substantial amount of persons are misdiagnoised with seizure disorder: “Up to 30 percent of those diagnosed with epilepsy don't actually have the disorder. They have psychological nonepileptic seizures, or psychogenic seizures, that are caused by psychological conditions, not by the abnormal electrical activity in the brain that causes epileptic seizures.” The following report by suggests misdiagnosis of epilepsy can cost the government about substantial amount of money in


“A trio of new studies, in the June issue of Neurology, explore the issue of psychogenic non-epileptic seizures (PNES), which affect between 5 percent and 20 percent of people thought to have epilepsy…Side effects from these medications and treatments can be significant and the costs extremely high. In his editorial, LaFrance estimated that the expense of repeated medical tests and treatments for PNES may run as high as $900 million annually in the United States.” 


Restating the problem, the usually highly respected by S. S. Dikmen, N. R. Temkin, B. Miller, J. Machamer and H. R. Winn article Neurobehavioral effects of phenytoin prophylaxis of posttraumatic seizures Vol. 265 No. 10, March 13, 1991 writes the in a clinical trial Dilantin only worked for two weeks and in some it had negative value:  


In order to determine potential negative neurobehavioral effects of phenytoin given to prevent the development of posttraumatic seizures, 244 subjects were randomized to phenytoin or placebo. They received neurobehavioral assessments at 1 and 12 months postinjury while receiving their assigned drug and at 24 months while receiving no drugs. In the severely injured, phenytoin significantly impaired performance at 1 month...We conclude that phenytoin has negative cognitive effects. This, combined with lack of evidence for its effectiveness in preventing posttraumatic seizures beyond the first week, raises questions regarding its use for long-term prophylaxis. claims an association with phyentoin and elevated liver enzymes: “A total of 74 residents receiving phenytoin therapy were monitored over 32 months; 38 residents were eventually excluded from the final analysis because of decreased renal function, elevated liver enzymes.” Misprescribed anti-seizure drugs is normal at about 75% according the article “Off-label scripts a growing problem”, Chain Drug Review, Nov 24, 2003 v25 i20 p48(1).:  “Seventy-five percent of anti-seizure medications [are prescribed off-label].”  The government has a substantial interest in government funded health care and maintaining best practices in health care as seen in the unanimous decision by the Justices of the Supreme court, which Held that Local governments are “persons” amenable to qui tam actions under the FCA in Cook County v. United States ex rel. Chandler, 123 S. Ct. 1239, 1248 (2003):


[T]he basic purpose of the 1986 amendments was to make the FCA a “more useful tool against fraud in modern times”…Local governments now often administer or receive federal funds.


Discrete covert criminal acts forbidding travel to support criminal activity, such as selling unnecessary drugs, misuse of federal funds met the standard in UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. ROBERTO BARRIO UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS TENTH CIRCUIT D.C. No. 00-CR-25-R published as which argued the “superseding convictions” of multiple conspiracies confirmed that the Travel Act convictions:


Elsa Barrio appeals her convictions on Counts 1 (conspiracy), 4 and 5 (interstate travel) of the superseding indictment. Counsel asserts two grounds for reversal: (1) "[a]n impermissible variance existed between the indictment, which charged a single conspiracy, and the proof at trial which established the existence of multiple conspiracies;" and (2) "[t]he 'Travel Act' convictions must be reversed because the government failed to allege an overt act in furtherance of illegal activity performed after the interstate travel which is an essential element of the crime." We are not persuaded by either argument…Count 1 charged a single conspiracy with multiple objectives, which is permissible. See Griffin v. United States, 502 U.S. 46 (1991); United States v. Pace, 981 F.2d 1123, 1129 (10th Cir. 1992). We reject the suggestion that there was a fatal variance between Count 1 in the superseding indictment and the proof presented by the government at trial.


UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. SHAWN P. WILLIAMS, No. 02-1519 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS TENTH CIRCUIT argues omissions of warnings in drug warning labels and/or Internet advertising, or by Federal Funded medical practitioners (


To convict a defendant for mailing threatening communications under § 876, the government must prove that the defendant authorized or knowingly caused the threatening material to be mailed.” See United States v. Davis, 926 F.2d 969, 971 (10th Cir. 1991). Williams admitted on the stand that he caused the seven letters to be mailed. Werner testified that Williams told him that he used the legal mail system in order to avert detection by the prison mail monitors. As explained above, each letter contained threats to injure and was addressed to a government official. Under these circumstances, the jury had overwhelming evidence from which to find Williams guilty on each count of the indictment. Moreover, the district court instructed the jury that the challenged exhibits were admitted only for limited purposes. Therefore, any error in admitting the challenged evidence was harmless…For the foregoing reasons, this court AFFIRMS Williams' conviction on each of the seven counts.


Evans v. United States 112 S. Ct. 1882, 1884 (1992) argues “passive acceptance of a benefit” is the misuse of power, which would be similar to Pfizer’s failure to comprehensively warn of the danger of Dilantin:


In a two count indictment, petitioner was charged with extortion in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1951 and with failure to report income in violation of 26 U.S.C. § 7206(1)...The Court of Appeals held, however, that "passive acceptance of a benefit by a public official is sufficient to form the basis of a Hobbs Act violation if the official knows that he is being offered the payment in exchange for a specific requested exercise of his official power. The official need not take any specific action to induce the offering of the benefit.


UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. LYNDON BAINE BENJAMIN United States Court of Appeals For the First Circuit No. 00-1059 ( is similar in that the Dilantin was likely paid for using either State and/or Federal funds, and Safe Harbor Shelter is also funded through Federal Block grants: “the bank is federally insured, suffices to satisfy the requirement that the transactions had at least a minimal impact on interstate commerce. See United States v. Ford, 184 F.3d 566, 584 (6th Cir. 1999) (construing 18 U.S.C. § 1956 and  § 1957).” In UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FIRST CIRCUIT No. 94-1852 ( UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. JACK BLACK interstate commerce was affected by the movement of stolen goods which compares to the misuse and/or theft of government health care and/or Federal block funds and or the sale of Dilantin across state lines and sending profits from sales to another state or country is similar to: “charged  him with  receiving, concealing and disposing of a shipment  of stolen…merchandise moving  in interstate  commerce … and of knowingly possessing stolen goods comprising part of the same shipment.  18 U.S.C. § 2315…” Holmes v. Secs. Investor Protection Corp. 112 S. Ct. 1311, 1327 (1992) should also apply to the beneficiary rights in publicly funded health care situation, insurance, Medi-cal, and/or Medicare as follows:  RICO plaintiffs alleging predicate acts of fraud in the sale of securities need not be actual purchasers or sellers of the securities at issue. 


Amisys Synertech, Inc. intentionally makes an untrue representations about an important facts:


Cathe Periera WHO HAS COMMON ILLNESSES claims she went from 18 drugs (she recently told me that the Drug Enforcement Agency will no longer allow her to have painkillers due to a drug diversion action) allowed by the Health Plan of San Mateo using Amisys Synertech, Inc software to 3 (three) when she spent over a month at Mills Peninsula Medical foundation with same diagnosis!  MORE IMPORTANTLY, ANNETTE WHO told me she VOLUNTEERS FOR THE CHIEF OF STAFF AT STANFORD MEDICAL CENTER ON TUESDAYS on Mon, 03 Jul 2006 alleges that Dr. Charles Fracchia that uses Health Plan of San Mateo using Amisys Synertech, Inc software misprescribed a beta blocker for a chronic Pulmonary Obstructive Disease patient (alleged her boyfriend and adopted son of the former head of Pathology at Stanford University Medical Center).  Dr. Charles Fracchia was formerly head of the Department of Primary Care of San Mateo General Hospital with eleven years of experience in evaluating disability applications for San Mateo County, will continue to evaluate disability applications for San Mateo following his retirement from the San Mateo County Hospital recently recused himself from Marilyn Davis disability case in San Mateo and seems to have been sued by his former wife for possible failure to pay child support twice IN THE LAST 7 YEARS; furthermore, San Mateo county seems to be setting up many alternative medical programs so patients can avoid their practitioners at their own hospital.  San Mateo County may have done 3 things to depower Dr. Fracchia (who may have misprescribed the Dilantin to Kenny Naatz, but also was overseer of primary care at the time of the misprescription; Naatz told T. J. Watt he was no longer taking Dilantin).  San Mateo County MAY DO some funding of a 1) special health district (and they also think there should be some charity care at the more Catholic based local hospitals); 2) alternative treatment FUNDING INCLUDED AT SOME shelters OR OTHER FACILITIES; 3) along with the Health Plan of San Mateo that allows COUNTY RESIDENTS TO SEE doctors other than those at their hospital.  The State and/or the Federal governments should focus on delicensing corrupt medical practitioners rather than encouraging unusual and unnecessary services.  (Exhibit 93 is Watt’s Affidavit)


It seems that Amisys Synertech, Inc’s software is not actually saving STATE OF CALIFORNIA and the Federal governments a combined $30 million a YEAR and if the county were to terminate its contract with the health plan, it could receive up to $10 million per year in extra Federal funds according to; This is because it is primarily reducing the amount allowed to be paid for drugs, but NOT the amount of drugs prescribed; the  Health Plan of San Mateo reimburse providers at 123 percent of the normal Medi-Cal fee-for-service rate according to, nor does it seem to be able to recognize if the proper diagnosis is being made or proper tests done to make a proper diagnosis.;

Moreover, most of the savings seem to be from reduced drug costs at the expense of consumer choice at the expense of local businesses as reported on April 5, 2006 that:


“Burge stopped filling prescriptions Saturday for Health Plan of San Mateo, a nonprofit, government-sponsored insurer that covers the county's 47,000 Medi-Cal patients. The decision will cost Burge about a third of his business, or about 5,000 prescriptions and at least $150,000 in revenue a month. But Burge says his store will go bankrupt if he continues to accept the terms set by the health plan and MedImpact Healthcare Systems, its pharmacy benefit management company. He estimates he's lost about $75,000 since the formula went into effect at the beginning of the year…He said he loses about $7 per brand-name prescription and more for generic drugs through Health Plan of San Mateo...Burge said he had to fire four long-term employees and cut back on the store's hours.” 


Pfizer intentionally makes an untrue representation about important facts in violation of (TITLE 31 U.S.C. § 3729  (7) reads cause[d] to be made or used, a false record or statement to conceal, avoid, or decrease an obligation to pay or transmit money or property to the Government…(C) (b) (2)  act[ed] in deliberate ignorance of the truth or falsity of the information” and from CALIFORNIA FALSE CLAIMS ACT § 12651 reads (8) inadvertent submission of a false claim to the state”…):


Pfizer neglects to state that Dilantin, rather than Chronic Alcoholism, is more likely to cause both liver damage and cancer.   Pfizer implies chronic alcoholics are Dilantin- or phenytoin-deficient;their link (Exhibit 94 is states:


“Acute alcoholic intake may increase phenytoin serum levels while chronic alcoholic use may decrease serum levels…Patients should also be cautioned on the use of other drugs or alcoholic beverages without first seeking the physician’s advice… Drugs which may decrease phenytoin serum levels include: carbamazepine, chronic alcohol, abuse… [P]atients with impaired liver function, elderly patients, or those who are gravely ill may show early signs of toxicity...In acute overdosage, the possibility of other CNS depressants, including alcohol, should be borne in mind.”


“[O]verdose” and “alcohol” mentioned above seem in conflict with Pfizer’s Dilantin-related statements.  Restates  “Acute alcohol consumption increases the availability of phenytoin (Dilantin) and the risk of drug-related side effects. Chronic drinking may decrease phenytoin availability, significantly reducing the patient's protection against epileptic seizures, even during a period of abstinence.” The web site WARNING ABOUT NOT MIXING ALCOHOL AND DILANTIN (phenytoin), both which impair movement, may even be more logical and obvious: “Alcohol can make you more dizzy, increase flushing and rapid heartbeats. Avoid alcoholic drinks.”


Pfizer also neglects to suggest that Brain Tumors rather than Epilepsy are likely the cause of reduced Intelligence Quotient (IQ) in dilantin-caused birth defects (IQ can increase after tumor is removed), and they seem to be mistaken about whether other AEDs cause a lower rate of birth defects; moreover, if IQ is the best measurement of birth defects rather than a mixed group of physical birth defects, the birth defect rate is likely closer to 100 percent than Pfizer’s warning of only 10%.  According to 


“The overall incidence of malformations for children of epileptic women treated with antiepileptic drugs (phenytoin and/or others) during pregnancy is about 10% or two- to three- fold that in the general population. However, the relative contributions of antiepileptic drugs and other factors associated with epilepsy to this increased risk are uncertain and in most cases it has not been possible to attribute specific developmental abnormalities to particular antiepileptic drugs.”


Pfizer may be in err when they state there is no “cause and effect relationship” with lymphomadenopathy; yet Dilantin is generally known as a Class D drug, Pfizer acknowledges “Pregnancy Category D”.


Pfizer does not to seem to understand how Dilantin works, or rather does not work, (higher chloride concentrations rather than excessively high sodium concentrations may be the cause of seizures which you can turn to page 25 to see the research about that) in their link Pfizer only states that “[p]ossibly…reduce[ed]  sodium gradient” reduces “excessive stimulation” quoting:


“Possibly by promoting sodium efflux from neurons, phenytoin tends to stabilize the threshold against hyperexcitability caused by excessive stimulation or environmental changes capable of reducing membrane sodium gradient.” may erroneously explain: “Phenytoin blocks voltage-sensitive sodium channels in neurons. warning is better than Pfizer’s:


Some data suggest that additive hepatotoxicity may re­sult if phenytoin is used with either primidone or Phenobarbital...


This list includes only agents used commonly in small animal medicine, many more agents have been implicated in the human literature: The following agents may increase the effects of phenytoin: allopurinol, cimetidine, chloramphenicol, diazepam, ethanol, isoniazid, phenylbutazone, sulfonamides, trimethoprim, valproic acid, salicylates, and chlorpheniramine.  The following agents may decrease the pharmacologic activity of phenytoin: barbitu­rates, diazoxide, folic acid, theophylline, antacids, antineoplastics, calcium (dietary and gluconate), enteral feedings, nitrofurantoin, and pyridoxine. Phenytoin may decrease the pharmacologic activity of the following agents: corticos­teroids, disopyramide, doxycycline, estrogens, quinidine, dopamine, and furosemide. Phenytoin may decrease the analgesic properties meperidine, but enhance its toxic ef­fects. The toxicity of lithium may be enhanced. The pharmacologic effects of primidone may be altered. Some data suggest that additive hepatotoxicity may result if phenytoin is used with either primidone or phenobarbital…Liver function tests should be monitored in patients on chronic therapy as hepatotoxicity (elevated serum ALT, decreased serum albumin, hepatocellular hypertrophy and necrosis, hepatic lipidosis, and ex­tramedullary hematopoiesis) has been reported.


The Proper Warning May Actually Be:


DILANTIN IS A DRUG OF LAST RESORT THAT MAY BE ADDICTIVE (not defined as compulsive need but as increased dosage to be effective and/or causing physical dependence) may CAUSE MUTATION, REDUCED INTELLIGENCE AND decreased  COGNITIVE ABILITIES, AND PERHAPS UP TO 100 PERCENT BIRTH DEFECT RATE IF REDUCED Intelligence Quotient (IQ) IS THE BEST INDICATOR OF BIRTH DEFECTS, can cause drug induced liver disease and should not be used by those with liver disease and/or addictive personalities. When used during pregnancy, phenytoin can cause a syndromes of birth defects referred to under various names (some sources list 30-38% birth defect rate likely for syndromes of various names) that include Dilantin congenital defects, fetal hydantoin syndrome, Meadow syndrome, congenital hydantoin syndrome, Dilantin syndrome, fetal Dilantin syndrome, fetal phenytoin syndrome, and hydantoin syndrome. Varied malformations have been reported to occur because of phenytoin intake during pregnancy. Hand and foot defects include fingerlike thumbs, aplasia or hypoplasia of the distal phalanges, supernumerary phalangeal epiphyses, and clubfoot.  Dilantin may cause the same symptoms it is intended to cure, can lead to possible abuse of street drugs in a downward cycle, perhaps consisting of : acute alcoholism => (=> is the symbol for leads to) low enzymes levels perhaps with fast metabolism => high Phenytoin levels => weakened liver => chronic alcoholism => high enzymes levels with slow metabolism => low Phenytoin levels => drug induced liver disease => also addicted to street drugs and/or criminal behavior to support street drugs. Dilantin likely causes loss of vitamins and minerals, low HDL, diabeties, liver disease, shrinkage of the cerebellum, cell death, mutation, cancer, tumors, birth defects. Dilantin is not for low glucose seizures or seizures caused by hypertension or excessive salt, sodium, or sodas in the diet, or due a chloride deficient diet or due to excessive stress causing the depletion of HCl in the stomach, which may result in chloride deficiency.


The untrue representation is reasonably believed by the victim(s) THAT DILANTIN IS BENEFICIAL:


However, the common off-label prescription for Dilantin is angermanagment as seen in the article by Matthew S. Stanford, Rebecca J. Houstona, Charles W. Mathiasb, Kevin W. Grevea, Nicole R. Villemarette-Pittmana and Donald Adamsc,  “A double-blind placebo-controlled crossover study of phenytoin in individuals with impulsive aggression”, Psychiatry Research Volume 103, Issues 2-3, 20 September 2001, Pages 193-203 as reported in



The present study examines the behavioral and psychophysiological effects of phenytoin (PHT) in individuals who display impulsive-aggressive outbursts. In a double-blind placebo-controlled crossover design, individuals meeting previously established criteria for impulsive aggression were administered PHT and placebo during separate 6-week conditions. The efficacy measures used were the Overt Aggression Scale (OAS) and the Profile of Mood States (POMS). Psychophysiological measures (evoked potentials) were taken at baseline and at the end of each 6-week condition. Photic stimulation was used to evoke the mid-latency P1–N1–P2 waveform complex. Analysis indicated a significant decrease in the frequency of impulsive-aggressive outbursts during PHT administration compared to baseline and placebo. Analysis of the psychophysiological data showed significantly increased P1 amplitude and significantly longer N1 latency during PHT administration. In addition, a reduction in N1 amplitude during PHT administration was also suggested. These findings indicate reparation of physiological abnormalities previously observed in impulsive-aggressive individuals and imply more efficient sensory processing and effective orienting of attention. Taken together, these results provide insight as to the physiological mechanisms by which PHT serves to ameliorate.


  The victim(s) relies upon and acts upon the untrue representation Instead of considering the following statistics, experiments, studies,  that suggest Civil Right Violations:


Dilantin forced on prisoners or forced into the environment by corrupt, misinforme,   and/or bribed government officials, including State or Local Government officials would likely be a Civil Rights Violation! Using harmful substances (even if they are labeled as drugs or negative value substances with extreme side effects) with, or without, causing economic, chemical warfare, or covert invasion of the waterways with secreted drugs from human waste, especially done by foreign drugs companies, suggests treason, likely would be a violation of the False Claims Act, and if innocent classes of persons or wildlife are more effected than others, it could be a Civil Rights Violation without informed consent to drugging and/or poisoning.  Often, better treatments using nutrition is more effective than drugs that tend to be dangerous and/or have side effects, which tend to suggest the treatment is improper; Off-label prescriptions (non-FDA approved prescribing that is often encouraged by the drug manufactures) rates run is high as 90%. states: “The U.S. tort system is inefficient; it returns less than 50 cents on the dollar and less than 22 cents for actual economic loss to claimants.” Tillinghast-Towers Perrin. U.S. Tort Costs: 2004 Update, (New York, New York, 2005); [H]ealth-care errors are the eighth leading cause of death, ranking ahead of AIDS, motor vehicle accidents and breast cancer” according to David A. Hyman, Illinois professor of law and of medicine, concludes in articles co-written with Charles Silver, a law professor at the University of Texas.  Nathan Seppa writes in Legal Debate: Assumptions on medical malpractice called into question” from Week of May 13, 2006; Vol. 169, No. 19, p. 291:  


The notion that many medical-malpractice lawsuits are frivolous and intended to generate undeserved riches for plaintiffs and their lawyers isn't borne out in a new study…A review of almost 1,500 randomly selected malpractice lawsuits in the United States finds that instances of healthy people successfully suing a doctor for malpractice are exceedingly rare and are far outnumbered by cases in which a patient injured by medical error goes uncompensated, health-policy researchers report in the May 11 New England Journal of Medicine...Among the plaintiffs who received compensation were 6 uninjured people and 145 injured individuals whose injuries had not been convincingly linked to medical error. On the other hand, 236 plaintiffs who did suffer an injury from medical error received no compensation…"This research shows that the problem with medical-malpractice litigation is not that too many undeserving people get paid, but rather that not enough deserving people get paid," says Tom Baker, an attorney at the University of Connecticut in Hartford…Nevertheless, 73 percent of plaintiffs whose claims had merit received compensation, according to the study. That figure suggests that the fact-finding involved in litigation, although expensive and time-consuming, "does a pretty good job of sorting out valid from invalid claims," says Neil Vidmar, a social psychologist at Duke University in Durham, N.C. "This is as thorough a study as has ever been undertaken of these issues," he adds…Litigating a malpractice claim through trial can take as long as 6 years.  The new findings indicate that streamlining the process would yield more savings than simply capping payouts, says Studdert. He points out that in New Zealand and some Scandinavian countries, special courts arbitrate medical disputes.  


The San Mateo County, especially the Bay Area, Silicon Valley and the computer industry, is far from an isolated pond, although it might be compared to an wetland or incubator, especially of innovation.  It is one of the most economically, intellectually, culturally, environmentally, educationally, historically important places in existence, especially at this current time.  The nexus between the payments the Federal Government makes to the various lower government for health care is similar to the flow of water, and way if properly controlled and administered as and gradually enriches almost all systems. Massive disability, health care payments are in danger of making all local, state and the federal governments insolvent, because the Federal Government is the insurer of last resort, and water polluted by drugs from human consumption and human waste damages the ecological cycle that will eventually cost-shift to the Federal Government as disability claims, and the most vulnerable, often poor children, are unable to afford bottled water for drinking as seen in ,in RAPANOS v. UNITED STATES 376 F. 3d 629, 639 there is a relationship with the spread of pollution because: 


These waters effect the water quality of the navigable water and thus there is a “substantial nexus”.


According to states a substantial 40% of streams samples contained detectable concentrations of common over-the-counter drugs and break down slowly:


"Researchers say drugs reach rivers and streams the old-fashioned way: With each flush of the toilet, body wastes containing traces of pharmaceuticals leave for septic tanks, which too often leak. Or they flow through wastewater treatment facilities that don't scrub pharmaceuticals from water...Field studies conducted at wastewater treatment plants in California, Arizona and Texas found in their recycled sewer water a substance called organic iodine--a chemical used in medicinal X-ray examinations, says Joerg E. Drewes, associate director of Arizona State University's National Center for Sustainable Water Supply. These seem to be slow to break down in the environment; they were still found at high concentrations in groundwater six to 12 months later...Meanwhile, in metropolitan Kansas City, more than 40 percent of stream samples analyzed by U.S. Geological Survey scientist Donald Wilkison had detectable concentrations of common over-the-counter drugs--notably ibuprofen and acetaminophen--as well as prescription medicines for high-blood pressure (diltiazem) and antibiotics (trimethiprim-sulfamethoxazole)..."Deleterious environmental impacts are likely, either as agents of endocrine disruption, or through direct harm to bacterial and aquatic health," Wilkison reports. 


The website further explains BIRTH DEFECTS ARE occurring in fish:


Scientists working on related studies found signs that young salmon of both genders from the Willamette River around Portland held traces of an egg yolk protein usually found only in adult female fish beginning to develop eggs — something that would happen if their bodies were tricked by artificial endocrine disrupters that interfere with the systems that manage hormones.


THE FDA in claim only ONE DOSE OF CERTAIN DRUGS SUCH AS Thalidomide MAY CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS AND MANY OF THE ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUGS ARE SIMILAR TO Thalidomide in the nature of the birth defects they cause partly because the various syndromes tend to look similar.  Most poor people tend to be minorities, women or children who are unable to afford bottled water, which would be one step in preventing tap water borne birth defects. The EPA (and so should the Social Security authorities) was allowed stop construction of a major pollutant emitting facility permitted by a state authority, which is similar to preventing a state to allow the pollution of the human body by the use of federal funded drugs as seen in A. D. E. C. v. E. P. A. 119 S. Ct. 2240, 2294 (2004), affirmed:  “In sum, we conclude that EPA has supervisory authority over the reasonableness of state…may issue a stop…order”


The reason some of these problems are so poorly recognizable is due them happening too slowly to recognize or stop similar to the frog experiment from


In the experiment a frog was dropped into a pot of hot (not boiling) water. It immediately jumped out, as would any sensible frog. Then it was placed in a pot of cool water sitting on a stove. This was more to its liking, so it swam about and lounged comfortably. The heat was turned on and raised very gradually. Soon it was hotter than the water in the first experiment, but the frog didn’t jump out. This was because there was no dramatic difference, as there had been when it was taken from room temperature and dropped into hot water. The frog became accustomed to the increased temperature as it was raised little by little. Before long the temperature was so high that the frog was unable to jump out of the pot, and it died.


Peace Treaty of Versailles (1919) ARTICLE 23 recognizes that drugs should be controlled:  “ (c) will entrust the League with the general supervision over the execution of agreements with regard to the traffic in women and children, and the traffic in opium and other dangerous drugs[.]” The Convention on the Rights of the Child, G.A. res. 44/25, annex, 44 U.N. GAOR Supp. (No. 49) at 167, U.N. Doc. A/44/49 (1989), entered into force Sept. 2 1990 seems to concur in Article 33 states: “Parties shall take all appropriate measures, including legislative, administrative, social and educational measures, to protect children from the illicit use of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances as defined in the relevant international treaties, and to prevent the use of children in the illicit production and trafficking of such substances.”  The drug-obsessed culture seems to be verification of the experiment above, the GRADUAL legal and illegal drugging of American residents seems to eventually cost-shift as a government expense as incarceration that seems to center around certain races, sexes, ages, and those with certain medical conditions seem to have, which further suggests it interferes with interstate commerce in the United States quoting from


Drug offenders constituted 57.8 percent of all federal inmates…The Department of Justice estimated that 9.4 percent of all black men in their late twenties were in prison in 1999 compared to 1 percent of white men in the same age group.


 “Studies also show that homosexual men who have sex when drunk or high are far more likely to become infected [Human Papilloma Virus] than those who don't.” claims  Health care access is unequal!  States “In 2002, 20.2 percent of African Americans and 32.4 percent of Hispanics/Latinos were uninsured, compared to 11.7 percent of whites, according to the Alliance for Health Care Reform. In 2001, more than half of Hispanics/Latinos, African Americans, and Native Americans were considered poor or near poor (household income less than $28, 256 for a family of three). Only one-fourth of whites were below this income level.”  The website shows a correlation between “metabolic syndrome” alcohol consumption, race and sex:  “Over one-half (57.9%) of the participants were current drinkers with higher percentages for men (66.0%) than women (50.0%). The prevalence of the metabolic syndrome was slightly higher in women (22.7%) than in men (21.9%).” suggests low blood sugar may be the primary cause of most seizures and it may be further speculated that low blood sugar (often due to drinking alcohol) also can be due to stress:


Sometimes seizures are related to a temporary condition, such as exposure to drugs, withdrawal from certain drugs, or abnormal levels of sodium or glucose in the blood. In such cases, repeated seizures may not recur once the underlying problem is corrected. Checking glucose levels, for example, is a mandatory action in the management of seizures as hypoglycemia may cause seizures, and failure to administer glucose would be harmful to the patient. The site shockingly explains “Alcohol-induced hypoglycemia can result from alcohol ingestion after fasting long enough to exhaust glycogen stores, making liver glucose output dependent on gluconeogenesis. Hypoglycemia can be induced by blood alcohol levels well below the legal driving limits (Barzilai N 1999)” Duncan, J. S. (1997). "Imaging and epilepsy. [Review] [274 refs]." Brain 120(Pt 2): 339-77. states: “The hallmark of an epileptic focus is an area of reduced glucose metabolism, identified using [18F]fluorodeoxyglucose (18FDG), that is commonly more extensive than the underlying anatomical abnormality.” Ng, S. K., W. A. Hauser, et al. (1988). "Alcohol consumption and withdrawal in new-onset seizures." New England Journal of Medicine 319(11): 666-73. states:


“We studied alcohol use before the onset of a first seizure in 308 patients with seizures and 294 controls. The risk of seizures increased with increasing current alcohol use…We conclude that the relation of seizures to alcohol use is dose dependent and appears to be causal, and that seizures can be interpreted as a disorder induced by the ingestion of alcohol, independently of alcohol withdrawal” 


For instance, ALCOHOLICS ARE PRONE TO HYPERGLYCEMIA; THEREFORE, IF DILANTIN PROMOTES HYPERGLYCEMIA, IT SHOULD NOT BE USED BY ALCOHOLICS.  “Hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) may occur in people taking Dilantin, which blocks the release of insulin. People with diabetes may experience increased blood sugar levels due to Dilantin…” writes  Shockingly, Pfizer also advises that there is a problem “Hyperglycemia, resulting from the drug’s inhibitory effects on insulin release, has been reported….Phenytoin may also raise the serum glucose level in diabetic patients.”, which was quoted from  The website . confirms “Phenytoin may cause increased serum levels of glucose, alkaline”. correlates high glucose concentrations are associated with proconvulsant effects:


Similarly, in the in vitro experiments, epileptiform activity was promoted by increased and suppressed by decreased glucose concentrations. Data indicate that, in the adult rats, high glucose concentrations are associated with proconvulsant effects. states  HYPERGLYCEMIA is Common due to: “1.Alcohol-induced release of adrenaline into the bloodstream (a hormone that raises the level of blood sugar). 2.Alcohol inhibition of the body’s response to insulin (the hormone that normally lowers blood glucose levels).” agrees: “Hypoglycemia can occur when a fasting or malnourished person consumes alcohol. When there is no food to supply energy, stored sugar is depleted, and the products of alcohol metabolism inhibit the formation of glucose from other compounds such as amino acids (7). As a result, alcohol causes the brain and other body tissue to be deprived of glucose needed for energy and function.” writes: “A small percentage of individuals who have been treated with phenytoin have been shown to metabolize the drug slowly. Slow metabolism may be due to limited enzyme availability and lack of induction; it appears to be genetically determined.” explains:  Older people metabolize phenytoin more slowly than younger adults and they are often more susceptible to side effects.” states “Reducing or eliminating alcohol use can improve fatty liver due to alcohol toxicity… minor elevation of liver enzyme tests.” concludes:


alcohol-induced hypoglycemia in the non-diabetic patient typically follows binge drinking, by 6 - 24 hours, if the chronic alcoholic patient also doesn't eat food, and also has depleted hepatic glycogen stores due to malnutrition”. states:


“Approximately 90 to 100 percent of heavy drinkers show evidence of fatty liver, an estimated 10 to 35 percent develop alcoholic hepatitis, and 10 to 20 percent develop cirrhosis…. The liver can metabolize only a certain amount of alcohol per hour, regardless of the amount that has been consumed. The rate of alcohol metabolism depends, in part, on the amount of metabolizing enzymes in the liver, which varies among individuals and appears to have genetic determinants. In general, after the consumption of one standard drink (a standard drink contains about 14 grams of pure alcohol), the amount of alcohol in the drinker's blood (blood alcohol concentration, or BAC) peaks within 30 to 45 minutes. Alcohol is metabolized more slowly than it is absorbed. Since the metabolism of alcohol is slow, consumption needs to be controlled to prevent accumulation in the body and intoxication.” 


Dilantin SEEMS TO PROMOTE A MORE DANGERIOUS ADDICTION THAT MAY LEAD TO CANCER.  It may be addictive, which suggests it is not a cure because “Physical dependence does develop and may produce accentuation of seizures in epileptics when the drug is abruptly withdrawn” writes;read=122 writes: “Abrupt withdrawal of phenytoin in epileptic patients may precipitate status epilepticus….  There have been a number of reports suggesting a relationship between phenytoin and the development of…lymphoma, and Hodgkin’s disease.”  CANCER IS ANOTHER NAME FOR lymphoma, and Hodgkin’s disease.  “Phenytoin may accumulate in the cerebral cortex over long periods of time, as well as causing atrophy of the cerebellum when administered at chronically high levels.” declares  “Phenytoin (Dilantin TM) is another cause of shrinkage of the cerebellum. ‘…it usually leads to atrophy of the entire cerebellum, not specifically the vermis.” Restates “Long-term use of Dilantin can cause atrophy of the cerebellum and in some people can cause ataxia (or unsteadiness).” Dilantin, alcohol, smoking all likely increase the risk for cancer; therefore, they  likely shouldn’t be used alone or in combined according to


“Too much alcohol puts you at risk of cancer of the mouth, larynx (voice box), oesophagus (foodpipe), liver, breast and maybe bowel. Smoking and drinking together increases your risk even more. Researchers also estimate that alcohol causes 2000 cases of breast cancer in the UK every year.”  


The victim(s) suffers loss of money, health, security,and/or property as a result of relying upon and acting upon the untrue representation:


The site reports suggest mutation caused by Dilantin is possible perhaps even for adults:


Phenytoin (diphenylhydantoin, dilantin) is metabolized by cytochrome P-450 monooxygenases to several oxidized products, including parahydroxylated and dihydrodiol metabolities … Arene oxides, which are reactive electrophilic compounds, are intermediates in these oxidative reactions. If not detoxified, arene oxide metabolites can covalently bind to cell macromolecules, resulting in cell death, mutation, tumors, birth defects.

    reports that since 1976 it has been known that Dilantin can cause cancer and other systemic problems:


Phenytoin is classed as a teratogen risk factor D (Positive evidence of human fetal risk, but the benefits from use in pregnant women may be acceptable despite the risk)…. It seems likely that an aetiological relationship exists between phenytoin treatment and lymphoma. There is evidence of depressed immunological function in patients given phenytoin (Brandt & Nilson, 1976; Rodriguez-Garcia et al., 1991; Ishizaka et al.,1992; Kondo et al., 1994; Abbondazo et al.,1995)… A phenytoin hypersensitivity syndrome occurs and is characterised by hepatitis. Overall mortality rate when liver is involved is between 18% and 40%(Harinasula & Zimmerman 1968; Dhar et al., 1974; Parker & Shearer, 1979; Ting et al., 1982; Smythe &  Umstead, 1989; Howard et al., 1991,).


Furthermore, reports:


Sister chromatid exchanges in adult epileptic patients on phenytoin therapy.  Environ Mutagen.  1985; 7(5):711-4 (ISSN: 0192-2521) writes: Sister chromatid exchanges (SCE) were studied in lymphocyte cultures of 12 adult male epileptic patients on long-term monotherapy with phenytoin (PHT) and of matched controls. Significantly increased frequency of SCE was observed in the epileptic patients as a group and in almost all individuals, indicating a detectable chromosome damaging effect of PHT therapy on its human users.


The link argues that Phenytoin seems to increase seizures (seizures secondary to alcohol withdrawal) for alcohol withdrawal in Delanty N. Vaughan CJ. French JA., Medical causes of seizures, Lancet. 352(9125)383-90, 1998 Aug 1:

Abstract: Seizures are commonly encountered in patients who do not have epilepsy. Factors that may provoke such seizures include organ failure, electrolyte imbalance, medication and medication withdrawal, and hypersensitive encephalopathy. There is usually one underlying cause, which may be reversible in some patients. A full assessment should be done to rule out primary neurological disease. Treatment of seizures in medically ill patients is aimed at correction of the underlying cause with appropriate short-term anticonvulsant medication. Phenytoin is ineffective in the management of seizures secondary to alcohol withdrawal, and in those due to theophylline or isoniazid toxicity. Control of blood pressure is important in patients with renal failure and seizures. Non-convulsive status epilepticus should be considered in any patient with confusion or coma of unclear cause, and electroencephalography should be done at the earliest opportunity. Most ill patients with secondary seizures do not have epilepsy, and this should be explained to patients and their families. Only those patients with recurrent seizures and uncorrectable predisposing factors need long-term treatment with anticonvulsant medication.

Chance JF., Emergency department treatment of alcohol withdrawal seizures with phenytoin, Annals of Emergency Medicine. 20(5)520-2, 1991 May agrees:

“Abstract: STUDY OBJECTIVE: Prevention of recurrent alcohol withdrawal seizures is a common emergency department problem. A prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study of adequate size was designed to assess the efficacy of phenytoin in preventing recurrence of alcohol withdrawal seizures. METHODS: Fifty-five patients who had seized from alcohol withdrawal were randomly assigned to treatment with IV phenytoin or placebo. Patients with known seizure disorders and those receiving any anticonvulsant were excluded. The study was terminated after seizure recurrence or passage of a six-hour, high-risk seizure interval. RESULTS: Six of 28 phenytoin-treated patients (21%) had recurrent seizures compared with five of 27 placebo-treated patients (19%). The 95% confidence interval for the difference in response probabilities was +16% to -20%. There was no statistically significant difference between the response rates for the two treatments (P greater than .05). CONCLUSION: Phenytoin does not show significant benefit over placebo in preventing recurrence of alcohol withdrawal seizures.”


The website argues Dilantin can be dangerous for those with damaged livers (alcoholics tend to have damaged livers):  “Because Dilantin is processed by the liver, people with impaired liver function, older adults, and those who are seriously ill may show early signs of drug poisoningAvoid drinking alcoholic beverages while taking Dilantin.”  The site claims: “Phenytoin such as Dilantin can deplete a wide range of nutrients including biotin, calcium, folic acid, vitamin B1, vitamin B12, vitamin D and vitamin K.” Futhermore, warns:  Patients should not drink alcoholic beverages while taking this medication, as phenytoin can accumulate to toxic levels in the body of non-compliant patients.” suggests dilantin is the most dangerous drug to give alcoholics:


RATHER, chronic alcoholics ARE likely unable to metabolize phenytoin due to liver damage, which likely leads to the problems similar to the problems of chronic alcoholics.  This may suggest that Phenytoin is the most dangerous drug to give to chronic alcoholics.  There are serious flaws in the logic of urging chronic alcoholics to use Dilantin when it can cause chronic alcoholics then to have the same illnesses that dilantin tends to cause: drug poisoning through cumulative use, suppressed immune systems, cancer, liver damage, high blood sugar, physical dependence (addiction to a drug far more dangerous than alcohol, which tends to also cause psychological problems).


The website warns: “Other causes of increased HDL are: …Regular substantial alcohol consumption… Treatment with phenytoin.” states:  Phenobarbital, phenytoin (Dilantin) and other aromatic drugs typically cause GGT elevations of about twice normal. A mildly elevated GGT level is a typical finding in patients taking anticonvulsants and by itself does not necessarily indicate liver disease.22,23”  The site states medications can cause abnormal liver enzymes levels. Examples include:  “Anti-seizure medications such as phenytoin (Dilantin)… What are the treatment options for high liver enzymes?... stopping certain suspected drugs”


Scolnik D, Nulman I, Rovet J, Gladstone D, Czuchta D, Gardner HA, Gladstone R, Ashby P, Weksberg R, Einarson T, et al, Neurodevelopment of children exposed in utero to phenytoin and carbamazepine monotherapy. JAMA. 1994 Mar 9;271(10):767-70 shows that clearly Dilantin exposure reduces the IQs of children: 


OBJECTIVE--To compare pregnancy outcome prospectively after phenytoin and carbamazepine monotherapy with outcome in matched mother-child pairs exposed to nonteratogens to evaluate the relative fetal safety of these drugs. DESIGN--A prospective, controlled, and blinded observational study. PATIENTS--Thirty-six mother-child pairs exposed to carbamazepine monotherapy and 34 pairs exposed to phenytoin monotherapy, all prospectively studied, were compared with mother-child pairs exposed to nonteratogens. The controls were matched for maternal age, time of consultation, obstetric history, and socioeconomic status. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURE--The primary end point of interest was the children's global IQ measured by either the Bayley or the McCarthy scale according to their ages. SETTING--A teratology consultation program and two neurology services in Toronto, Ontario. RESULTS--Children exposed to phenytoin in utero had a mean (+/- SD) global IQ 10 points lower (95% confidence interval, 4.9 to 15.8 points) than their matched controls (113.4 +/- 13.1 and 103.1 +/- 25.1; P = .038). The Reynell language development scores followed a similar trend, with children exposed to phenytoin scoring significantly lower than their controls. Phenytoin-exposed children had a global IQ of 84 or less significantly more often than the control group (P < .01). Children exposed in utero to carbamazepine did not differ from their controls on any of the neurobehavioral tests. CONCLUSIONS--Our study suggests a clinically important negative effect of phenytoin on neurobehavioral development, independent of maternal or environmental factors, causing a substantial number of children to achieve a lower score than expected on cognitive tests. No similar effects could be shown after gestational use of carbamazepine.


Vanoverloop D,  Schnell RR, Harvey EA, Holmes LB., The effects of prenatal exposure to phenytoin and other anticonvulsants on intellectual function at 4 to 8 years of age., Neurotoxicol Teratol. 1992 Sep-Oct;14(5):329-35. demonstrates that ultimately IQ is a better indicator of birth defects due to Dilantin than “minor anomalies”:


Twenty phenytoin exposed children between 48 and 99 months of age had an evaluation of behavior and intelligence by a single examiner who was unaware of exposure status. The controls were 98 children identified at birth as having three or more minor anomalies. None of the children evaluated were mentally retarded. In both, a case-by-case comparison and a comparison of the two entire groups, the phenytoin-exposed children had significantly lower scores for both Performance IQ (PIQ), Full Scale IQ (FSIQ), and Visual Motor Integration Test (VMIT). Similar abnormalities have been found in studies of animals exposed to phenytoin in utero. These results suggest that the teratogenic effects of phenytoin may include an effect on cognitive function. states that the birth defect rate is at least 30% due to exposure to Dilantin:


Exposure to phenytoin results in a cluster of abnormalities termed the fetal hydantoin syndrome (facial abnormalities, growth retardation, distal nail hypoplasia). There is a 10% risk for the full syndrome and a 30% risk for some abnormalities. A functional abnormality associated with exposure to phenytoin is impairment of gross and fine motor coordination and poor communication skills in offspring 2 yrs. post-exposure.


The government will likely need to cover expenses for the lower IQ of dilantin- exposed children because of the increased needs of persons with lower IQs as seen in 


"People with IQs between 75 and 90 are 88 times more likely to drop out of high school, seven times more likely to be jailed, and five times more likely as adults to live in poverty than people with IQs between 110 and 125. The 75-to-90 IQ woman is eight times more likely to become a chronic welfare recipient, and four times as likely to bear an illegitimate child than the 110-to-125-IQ woman." CONCLUSIONS are:

Recommendations for the role of phenytoin in the management of alcohol withdrawal for different classifications of patients were formulated based upon available research evidence and/or the consensus of expert clinicians.

  1. For patients with alcohol withdrawal syndrome and no history of seizures, phenytoin is not recommended as routine prophylaxis against alcohol withdrawal seizures. (Grade A recommendation.)
  2. For patients with alcohol withdrawal syndrome and a history of seizures that are not alcohol-related, phenytoin or other anticonvulsant therapy appropriate for the seizure type, in addition to adequate sedative-hypnotic medication, is recommended. (Grade C recommendation.)
  3. For patients with alcohol withdrawal syndrome and history of alcohol withdrawal seizure, evidence is limited and conflicting, and expert opinion is mixed as to the benefit of adding phenytoin to adequate sedative-hypnotic medication. Therefore, sedative-hypnotics alone or with phenytoin are both options. (Grade C recommendation.)
  4. Long-term phenytoin prophylaxis, except when indicated for seizure disorder unrelated to alcohol, is not recommended. (Grade C recommendation.)
  5. For patients with alcohol withdrawal syndrome and other possible epileptogenic factors: Factors that may increase the risk of alcohol withdrawal seizures, in addition to previous history of withdrawal seizure, include head injury, focal brain lesion, meningitis or encephalitis, and family history of seizure disorder. However, no available research evidence clarifies the significance of these factors or provides guidance for appropriate management, and there is no clear consensus among experts. Therefore, sedative- hypnotics alone or with phenytoin are both options. (Grade C recommendation.)
  6. For patients with acute alcohol withdrawal seizures: Intravenous phenytoin is not recommended for patients with isolated, acute alcohol withdrawal seizure. (Grade A recommendation.).)
  7. For patients with alcohol-related status epilepticus: Anticonvulsant therapy, which may include intravenous phenytoin, is appropriate for patients who develop alcohol- related status epilepticus. (Grade C recommendation.) implores:


 do not treat alcohol withdrawal seizures with phenobarbital or phenytoin. Both lack efficacy (and necessity, since the problem is self-limiting) and can themselves produce withdrawal seizures…If the seizure is clearly related to alcohol withdrawal, ascertain why the patient reduced his consumption. He might be broke, be suffering from pancreatitis or gastritis that requires further evaluation and treatment, or have decided to dry out completely. If the last, and is demonstrating signs of delerium tremens, such as tremors, tachycardia and hallucinations, his withdrawal should be medically supervised, and covered with benzodiazepines (e.g. Librium, Valium, Ativan). Many emergency physicians presumptively treat alcohol withdrawal symptoms with an intravenous infusion containing glucose, l00mg thiamine, 2Gm magnesium and multivitamins.” confirms “Other agents, such as beta-blockers, dilantin, and clonidine, are generally not considered as appropriate monotherapy for alcohol withdrawal, but may be considered in conjunction with benzodiazepines in certain patients.” adds that physical dependence is likely possible for anti-seizure medicine:


Breakthrough seizures (those which suddenly appear after control) generally fall into one of two groups. Note: I've capitalized the name in each group in the descriptions below.


"Some people with epilepsy find that over time they have to take larger and larger doses of their seizure medicine to achieve the same result. This effect is known as TOLERANCE…The other circumstance in which tolerance can be important in the care of patients with epilepsy is what many refer to as the "HONEYMOON EFFECT." For some individuals, the effectiveness of medication tends to wear off over time much more than for most other people, either because of the particular way in which their bodies function or because of the nature of their epilepsy and its underlying causes. These individuals often do very well with a new medication for some weeks or, more often, some months. Then the effectiveness of the medication begins to decrease and seizure control gradually may be lost. Many patients who are said to have "medically refractory epilepsy" are those for whom the honeymoon effect is most prominent. These patients often do well at first with a new medication, an increased dose, a change or adjustment in the distribution and timing of medicines during the day, or a new combination of antiepileptic drugs. But after a relatively brief period-as little as a few weeks or occasionally as long as 6 months or a year-their excellent seizure control has deserted them." 


A brain tumor likely is the underlying cause of reduced IQ of some with epilepsy because

suggests tumors (usually cancerous type) can cause seizures:


“When located in the brain, both benign and malignant tumors are very serious. That is because as a tumor grows, pressure builds up in the brain. This can cause frequent headaches that worsen when you lie down. Other symptoms may include seizures, nausea, blurred vision, sleepiness, mental impairment, personality changes, weakness on one side of the body, difficulty speaking and loss of hearing in one ear.”


The web site reports by  A. M. Devlin, J. H. Cross, W. Harkness, W. K. Chong, B. Harding, F. Vargha-Khadem and B. G. R. Neville, Clinical outcomes of hemispherectomy for epilepsy in childhood and adolescence,  Brain, Vol. 126, No. 3, 556-566, March 2003 suggests brain tumors are responsible for reduced IQ: “[C]hildren showed a >15 point improvement in DQ/IQ following surgery and moved from the severely impaired to the moderately impaired developmental category.”


To further understand the reality of the situation we can see the profit motive seems to exist less in livestock medicine as confirms:


To eliminate random mineral deficiency disease in livestock The agricultural industry added minerals and trace minerals to feed pellets so that every mouthful the animal consumed contained optimal levels of minerals. By contrast humans have historically been told that "you can get everything you need from your four food groups." You can not get everything you need from your four food groups!...We have used the simple fertilizer NPK for over 100 years in America for maximum yields of tons and bushels per acre, as a result our farm and range soils are exhausted of organic material and depleted of essential minerals. Therefore it is more important now than ever before to supplement our diets with minerals…


The Reality: Senate Doc. #264
No longer does a balanced and fully nourishing diet consist merely of so many calories or certain vitamins or a fixed proportion of starches, proteins and carbohydrates. "We know that our diet must contain in addition something like a score of mineral salts."

It is bad news to learn from our leading authorities say that 99% of the American people are deficient in these minerals, and that a marked deficiency in any one of the more important minerals actually results in disease. "Any upset of the balance, any considerable lack of one or another element, however microscopic the body requirement may be, and we sicken, suffer, shorten our lives."


Those statistic likely do not reflect bad human medical theory and practices opposed to better veterinarian medical theory practices according to Dr. Joel Wallach, B.S., D.V.M., N.D., is the author of numerous scientific articles, several books, and the audio cassette, "Dead Doctors Don't Lie." From


The reason we use nutritional formulas with animals is that we don't have insurance to pay for animal care.  If we were to use a human health care system for animals, there would be sticker shock, because every hamburger would cost you $275 and ounce, just to pay for health care…\


They actually thought in the 1970's that most cancer was due to a virus, which is quite false.  They haven't made an inch of progress in curing cancer or treating cancer.  The rate of cancers has gone up 15 to 25%.  Cancer death rates have gone up 6% since 1971.  So they're now saying that this effort should be turned to prevention.  Well, we've know this since the 1950's in the animal industry!  With my  patients, we've been doing things  like giving large doses of the trace mineral, Selenium, which has proven to be  able to reduce your risk of cancer from anywhere from 60-80%.


The more unconventional theories may be that the underlying cause of  seizures are due to either a tumor (cancer) caused by mineral deficiency, such as selenium deficiency, or by low blood sugar partly caused by STRESS, or by excessive sodium or lack of chloride.  Here is some of the SUPPORTING research evidence:


1) Moreover, link restates that selenium helps cure cancer:


“Selenium and cancer Observational studies indicate that death from cancer, including lung, colorectal, and prostate cancers, is lower among people with higher blood levels or intake of selenium [34-40]. In addition, the incidence of nonmelanoma skin cancer is significantly higher in areas of the United States with low soil selenium content [37]. The effect of selenium supplementation on the recurrence of different types of skin cancers was studied in seven dermatology clinics in the U.S. from 1983 through the early 1990s. Taking a daily supplement containing 200 ìg of selenium did not affect recurrence of skin cancer, but significantly reduced the occurrence and death from total cancers. The incidence of prostate cancer, colorectal cancer, and lung cancer was notably lower in the group given selenium supplements [41].

Research suggests that selenium affects cancer risk in two ways. As an anti-oxidant, selenium can help protect the body from damaging effects of free radicals. Selenium may also prevent or slow tumor growth. Certain breakdown products of selenium are believed to prevent tumor growth by enhancing immune cell activity and suppressing development of blood vessels to the tumor [42].”


2) Furthermore,  concurs that selenium helps cure cancer:


“The University of Arizona-Cornell research team reported in 1991 that low selenium levels in the blood were linked to increased risk of neoplastic polyps in the colon, a precursor to colorectal cancer. And in other studies at Cornell, colleagues of Combs' reported in 1995 that animals fed diets high in selenium had 50 percent fewer tumors than those fed diets of average selenium content.” 


3) Lack of Chloride and not excessive sodium is implied as a cause of seizures in 


[C]hloride ions are required for a muscle to relax…The abnormal chloride channels also cause an accumulation of potassium outside the cells and an activation of sodium channels in the muscle cells (sodium ions trigger muscle contraction). When the cells have more than enough sodium but not enough chloride, abnormal repetitive electrical discharges cause a stiffness called myotonia”.  


4) confirms lower chloride concentrations in adults “inhibit[s] seizure activity”:


“GABA activation opens up channels that allow chloride to move into the cell. The cell thereby acquires a negative charge and becomes less excitable, inhibiting seizure activity...”


Chloride seems to have been known since 1915 to be a cure for seizure because a French surgeon, Prof. Pierre Delbet, M.D discovered that Magnesium Chloride could be used to treat Parkinson's Disease, senile tremors; Parkinson's disease is treated with two drugs that contain chloride:  Chlorvescent consists of Oxybutynin Chloride and  Ditropan consists of Potassium Chloride.  This also suggests that Chloride is the commonality to treating seizures.  The article titled  “MIT: Pulsing Light Silences Overactive Neurons” with the tag of “Work could lead to non-surgical treatment for epilepsy, Parkinson's” states Light activates the chloride pumps, which drive chloride ions into the neurons, lowering their voltage and silencing their firing.” located at suggests that it is common knowledge by better scientists that Chloride is the best treatment for both epilepsy and, Parkinson's Disease, and LIKELY DOES NOT CAUSE SIDE-EFFECTS THAT WILL EVENTUALLY BE COST-SHIFTED TO THE GOVERNMENT! Dilantin 100mg 84 for about $20 seems listed at, Chlorinum (chlorum) 2 dram $5.29 for seems listed at  CHLORIDE may work for all seizures, senile tremors, even bipolar for persons who are more aware or sensitive to danger, (which may be about stress causing the depletion of Cl from HCl burning up in stomach during stress as part of the flight or fright reaction similar to what may happen in Peptic ulcer disease, which is caused by the hypersecretion of stomach acids also called Gastric acid consisting of hydrochloric acid (HCl), and small quantities of potassium chloride (KCl) and sodium chloride (NaCl)!


The final argument is based on the following logic (logic is usually the best evidence).  BASICALLY, IF THE SUBSTANCE WAS OF ANY REAL VALUE ONCE IT PERFORMED ITS VALUE, IT WOULD NO LONGER BE CRAVED - satiation would exist.  IN FACT, NEGGATIVE SYMPTOMOLOGY (increased side effects) WOULD EXIST UPON TAKING THE SUBSTANCE.  All tetragenic medications likely produce negative symtomology (side effects).  Where this really gets more obvious is when alcoholics are given Phenytoin when alcohol likely increases Phenytoin side effects, which resemble the side effects of alcohol, but tend to be much more dangerous than the similar side effects of alcohol.  All tetragenic medications are likely addictive (we will define addiction as induces dependence and withdrawal symptoms, and not as only compulsive behavior) and/or are not a cure and all addictive substances likely eventually cause cancer.  Therefore, epileptic patients with cancer may often be treated with a medication that may increase their cancer, and the underlying cause of their cancer is left untreated.  This can lead to fatalities from accidents, especially blackouts when driving due to a tumor on the optic nerve.  The proper cure is often less expensive and dangerous. This author thinks stress brings on episodic (occasional) seizures of the low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) and high salt seizures (hypertension) type.  Seizures caused by Brain tumors likely should be treated with selenium before considering brain surgery.  Alcohol withdrawal seizures likely should be treated with mild sedatives or nutritionally.


THE AUTHOR’S OPINION IS ALMOST ALL CHRONIC CARE IN THIS COUNTRY IS A NEGATIVE VALUE SITUATION.  WHAT IS REALLY unfair is SOME OF THESE PATIENTS' CO-PAYMENT FOR DRUGS MAY COST MORE THAN IT WOULD HAVE COST FOR SUPPLEMENTS THAT WOULD LIKELY MAKE THEIR CO-PAYMENT FOR DRUGS UNNECESSARY.  BUT PATIENTS TEND TO LIKE TO GO TO THE DOCTOR, AND THEY MOSTLY LEARN THIS FROM WATCHING MEDICAL DRAMAS!  Therefore, epileptic patients with cancer may often be treated with a medication that may increase their cancer, and the underlying cause of their cancer is left untreated.  Some might conclude that Dilantin is often used as a murder weapon. The med field is filled with very misguided and co-dependent persons, this is partly due to all the political intimidation due by various entities dependent on expensive medical treatments, or even dependent on forming personal relationships with their patients.


Respectively Submitted to the Court,




Signed: Tanis Jocelyn Watt









Table 1: Patients with Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome and No History of Seizures





Authors' Conclusions




160 with no history of seizures admitted for detoxification (sub-group of 200 total patients).

Control: CZX 50-100 mg PRN x 5 days. vs CZX + phenytoin 400 mg/day x 5 days.

No seizures. No adverse outcomes.

Anticonvulsants not needed in addition to CZX.




Group 2: 2200 alcoholics, free of seizures, admitted to detoxification unit.

CZX alone.

4 seizures.

Phenytoin not indicated for patients without history of seizures.

CZX = Chlordiazepoxide          RCT = Randomized controlled trial

RPCT = Randomized placebo-controlled trial

Table 2: Patients with Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome and History of Seizures





Authors' Conclusions




40 with history ofwithdrawal seizures admitted for detoxification (sub-group of 200 total patients).

Control: CZX 50-100 mgPRN x 5 days. vs CZX + phenytoin 400 mg/day x 5 days

No seizures. No adverse outcomes.

Anticonvulsants not needed in addition to CZX.




Group 1: 157 alcoholics with history of adulthood seizures (of any type) admitted to detoxification unit.

Group 1A: Phenytoin 300 mg/day + CZX PRN x 5 days. Group 1B: Placebo + CZX PRN x 5 days.

Group 1A -- Phenytoin +CZX: No siezures in first 50 hours, 2 seizures after discontinuation.Group 1B -- Placebo + CZX: 11 seizures in first 50 hours. None after 50 hours. p<.005

Phenytoin added to CZX significantly more effective in control of seizures in patients with alcohol withdrawal and history of seizures.

CZX = Chlordiazepoxide                RCT = Randomized controlled trial

RPCT = Randomized placebo-controlled trial

Table 3: Patients with Acute Alcohol Withdrawal Seizures





Authors' Conclusions




90 with acute alcohol withdrawal seizure

Placebo vs Phenytoin 1000 mg IV.

Placebo: Recurrent seizures in 6 patients. Phenytoin: Recurrent seizures in 6 patients.

IV phenytoin fails to prevent subsequent alcohol withdrawal seizures.




55 with acute alcohol withdrawal seizure.

Placebo vs Phenytoin 15 mg/kg IV, maximum 1000 mg.

Placebo: Recurrent seizures in 5 of 27 patients (19%). Phenytoin: Recurrent seizures in 6 of 28 patients (21%). No side effects.

IV phenytoin fails to prevent subsequent alcohol withdrawal seizures.




100 with acute alcohol withdrawal seizure.

Placebo vs Phenytoin 15 mg/kg IV.

Placebo: Recurrent seizures in 12 patients (24%). Phenytoin: Recurrent seizures in 11 patients (22%).

IV phenytoin fails to prevent subsequent alcohol withdrawal seizures.

RPCT = Randomized placebo-controlled trial

Table 4: Patients with Alcohol-Related Status Epilepticus





Authors' Conclusions




39 with alcohol-related status (19 with previous alcohol-related seizures, 6 with non-alcohol seizures, 14 with no seizure history).

Standard loading doses of either phenytoin or phenobarbital IV in addition to diazepam.

70% of the 39 patients responded to first line therapy

Status epilepticus precipitated by alcohol abuse and status of other etiologies both respond similarly to anticonvulsant therapy


1994 (in press)


27 with alcohol-related status epilepticus (acute intoxication or closely following cessation/reduction).

IV phenytoin (1000 mg or more) +/- diazepam.

Status epilepticus controlled in 18 of 27 patients (66.7%).

IV phenytoin effective for the termination of alcohol- related status epilepticus.

RR = Retrospective review




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