Oct 29, 2020
Nobody I Know
Posted by John J. Gaynard

The Franco American psychiatrist Professor J O Neill is still proud of the work he did with a couple of Mormon colleagues developing enhanced interrogation techniques for the CIA in places like Abu Ghraib, Guantanamo Bay and black sites all over the world But after publication of the U.S Senate s report into CIA torture he became a pariah among fellow psychologists in N The Franco American psychiatrist Professor J O Neill is still proud of the work he did with a couple of Mormon colleagues developing enhanced interrogation techniques for the CIA in places like Abu Ghraib, Guantanamo Bay and black sites all over the world But after publication of the U.S Senate s report into CIA torture he became a pariah among fellow psychologists in North America and had to move back to France In exchange for his unorthodox methods of reintegrating into French society violent jihadis returning from their terrorist activities in Syria and Iraq, the French deep state has given him total control of a rundown psychiatric institution in Paris He continues to use the enhanced interrogation techniques developed for the CIA, reframing them for the French as a form of enhanced therapy The psychiatric institution in Paris is now known as the Black House In addition to the returning jihadis, O Neill experiments on patients with delusional disorders, focusing on how to prevent them from having a greater choice of behavioral patterns than are available to their psychiatrists.This novel recounts the brutal physical and mental battle between O Neill and a man of no fixed identity Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Kindle Edition, 352 pages Published December 12th 2018 by I

  • Title: Nobody I Know
  • Author: John J. Gaynard
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 417
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Nobody I Know The Franco American psychiatrist Professor J O Neill is still proud of the work he did with a couple of Mormon colleagues developing enhanced interrogation techniques for the CIA in places like Abu Gh

    Grant Leishman

    Reviewed For Readers Favorite by Grant Leishman Nobody I Know by John J Gaynard is a cynical, farcical look at mental health issues through the prism of extremism and the eyes of Patient XYJ, who doesn t remember who he is, or indeed who he has been for the past eight years in a psychiatric institution, colloquially known as the Black House Like all of the returning Jihadists who former CIA interrogator and psychiatrist Dr O Neill has treated in the past with unusual success, Patient XYJ is Revi [...]



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