Stephen Marder

UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute

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Director of the Section on Psychosis at UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute and Professor of Psychiatry at the UCLA's Semel Institute; Director of Mental Illness Research at the Department of Veterans Affairs, Greater Los Angeles

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More than a month ago a 37-year-old, homeless schizophrenic was beaten by six Fullerton police officers.

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More than a month ago a 37-year-old, homeless schizophrenic was beaten by six Fullerton police officers.

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