Target: Sarasota, Florida State Attorney Ed Brodsky
Goal: Push for more repercussions for high school principal who allegedly performed hypnosis unlawfully on students who ended up dying.
Three teenagers were reported dead shortly after their former high school principal allegedly hypnotized them without having a medical license. Unfortunately, the bizarre deaths weren’t linked to the hypnotism and two of them were said to be suicide and the other was in a vehicle accident.
However, the three deaths that all occurred shortly after being put under hypnosis appear suspicious and the former principal who was unlicensed and performed the medical services on them never even faced repercussions, even though an investigation found that he’d performed these services on 75 students.
The school district just approved a settlement with the families who lost their children in what seems to possibly have a bizarre tie to the hypnosis they’d undergone. The families’ attorney says the principal altered the underdeveloped brains of young children. He also says that the children ended up dead because of this.
The only repercussions he received were probation, and he also resigned from his position, but this man hypnotized young, unwitting children and should face more serious repercussions. Please urge the district attorney to help push for exactly that. He never even had to admit to any wrongdoing as he pleaded no contest to unlawful hypnosis practice. He should at least have to take responsibility.
Dear Sarasota, Florida State Attorney Ed Brodsky,
A high school principal allegedly performed hypnosis on students, three of who ended up dead in a bizarrely short time after receiving his services. This man was reportedly unlicensed and yet he altered the underdeveloped brains of young teenagers.
Unfortunately, he never had to take responsibility for his actions and possible role in these three bizarre deaths. He pleaded no contest to unlawfully practicing hypnosis and only got probation. Please take up for these poor victims and help push for more repercussions for this man.
[Your Name Here]
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