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  1. Annette Waddle says:

    My daughter has epilepsy and major depression issues including suicide attempts. With 5 pages worth of cataloged proof of her disability from her psychiatrist, neuropsychologist, two different neurologists, and the mental hospital she was admitted to, he sees no proof of a disability. She has had seizures since she was three to nine and from 16 on. She cant drive because she has too many seizures, cant ride a bus alone, cannot work around machinery, chemicals, hot things, or flashing or fluorescent lights, and has no warning whatsoever of her seizures, she cannot work in a place where no one is briefed on what to do if she has a seizure, and cannot tell interviewers she has seizures because they wont hire her. he finds her “not disabled” after two years of appeals. I do not think he even read anything on this case, now my daughter will suffer because of this. Way to go, system, it would be nice if it was your kid falling thru the cracks but trust fund babies never do. He only approves 34% of his cases, how many people who are legitimately disabled, like my daughter does he deny? and why?

  2. tami fabian says:

    this judge just got the government sued in a civil rights matter for violating my right to due process- if others would sue him perhaps he would stop the abuses you see posted on here- please if you are reading this don’t let him just get away with violating your rights-

  3. Anonymous says:

    There are lots of judges like Roy J Richardson, there is one that sits at Blackpool county court, Lancahire, England.

  4. Anonymous says:

    He is a very uncaring, biased, hateful, intimidating….I could keep goin….My last trial i went too I had just came from the mental hospital and he just looked down on me like i was on drugs and just a piece of trash. He found my last case unfavorable which was November 2009 and I just got the reults in April 2012.I think this is so unfair because i was appealling his case then the people a social security said to re-file. I got the second case within a month or two. Mr. Richardson did not like that at all so he combined the both cases and then denied the single case. I am on so much medicine, i have to go to regular doctors, my psychiatrist, my therapist, my allergist, my chiropractor plus regular visits to the ER.

  5. Anonymous says:

    THE ABOVE IS TOTALLY TRUE!!! I HAVE A FRIEND IN CENTRAL TEXAS THAT IS IN THE SAME SITUATION THAT HAS BEEN IN A MENTAL HOSPITAL DOZENS OF TIME BECAUSE OF HER MENTAL ILLNESS AND HER BEING MORBIDLY OBESE. SHE HAS TRIED TO TAKE HER OWN LIFE SEVERAL TIMES. SHE HAS BEEN TOO MANY DOCTORS WHO HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO SEE BEYOND HER SUBSTANCE ABUSE. SHE HAS BEEN TRYING TO SELF MEDICATE HERSELF WITH HERBAL REMIDIES, AND OTHER UNLAWFUL THINGS, ONLY BECAUSE THE MEDICAL DOCTORS HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO HELP HER. SHE IS SUFFERING TERRIBLY, AND THIS JUDGE IS HER BIGGEST PROBLEM!!! SOMETHING MUST HAVE HAPPENED IN HIS PAST THAT CAUSES HIM TO BE SO BIASED AGAINST PEOPLE WITH SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROBLEMS THAT HE SHOULD NOT BE ABLE TO DECIDE THEIR CASES!!!!! HE HAS SOME SERIOUS ISSUES !!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. Anonymous says:

    He is totally biased and my goodness, forbid you have a dual diagnosis. He seems to think that people with mental disabilities have never, in the history of psychology, ever been shown to self-medicate. And even if there is proof (via monitor, etc.), he’ll just say everyone involved is lying. He pretends to be an medical doctor, psychiatrist and expert on psychological behavior. My friend has physical, mental and behavioral limitations and in reading the answer this judge gave, it is full of lies, inferences and contradictions – throughout his opinion. No wonder my friend is on the verge of a total breakdown. We all know that the system need revamping. But what happens when people like this are out of resources? Only tragedy.

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