The Law Project for Psychiatric Rights (PsychRights) is a non-profit, tax exempt public interest law firm whose mission is to mount a strategic legal campaign against forced psychiatric drugging and electroshock in the United States. PsychRights is considered by some to be a legitimate patient advocacy organization and as much as that may be open to debate, like other "anti-Psychiatry" organizations, PsychRights has made it a point to distance itself from Scientology and CCHR in particular, as evidenced by the following disclaimer posted on their website www.psychrights.org . PsychRights has developed a "streamlined" Qui Tam (whistleblower) complaint model for use by former Foster youth as a means toward aiding these individuals in filing lawsuits against psychiatrists, their employers and connected pharmacies, essentially for filing what they consider to be fraudulent Medicaid claims for prescriptions of psychiatric drugs used in the treatment of conditions that these drugs were not specifically indicated for. According to PsychRights, this model can be easily modified for use by others wishing to file similar complaints such as parents, teachers, therapists, etc. and PsychRights stands ready to offer assistance to persons interested in bringing these lawsuits forward. Not too surprisingly, the first such interested person to come along and bring a case forward using this model would be none other than Randy Kretchmar of Chicago OSA/C.A.N. fame who for the last year and a half or so has been pursuing a case against child Psychiatrist Lilian Spigelman, M.D et al. on behalf of Linda Nicholson in the U.S. Northern District Court of Illinois (Case #: 10-CV-03361). PsychRights Press Release link... http://psychrights.org/PR/100811NicholsonUnsealingNR.pdf IncIdentally, Randy's case isn't going particularly well at this point, but perhaps more importantly, he seems to have done a splendidly uptone job of getting his nose under PsychRights tent. It remains to be seen how long it may be until PsychRights finds itself compelled to reconsider that CCHR Non Affiliation Statement of theirs or for that matter begins referring to itself as "Old PsychRights", if at all.