Why did the CIA try to have Lynnae Williams institutionalized? by Tony Garcia
Answer by Tony Garcia:
According to Ms. Williams’ own account, CIA referred her Dominion Hospital, a public mental-health facility in northern Virginia, where she spent one night, having been signed out of the facility by her parents, and five days as an outpatient.(1)
On October 27, 2009, a colleague reported her to CIA security for what Ms. Williams herself describes as "bizarre and inappropriate behavior," such as looking on classified computers for information about herself and telling colleagues that she was being followed.(2)
Williams, who has admitted to suffering from Attention Deficit Disorder, “had a meeting with a CIA psychiatrist that day, who ordered her to take a medical exam, with urine samples, and inquired about her self-acknowledged attention deficit disorder. ‘She asked me about my family’s mental-health history,’ Williams says of the CIA psychiatrist. ‘My aunt has schizophrenia—I did not tell her that.’ Later that evening, Williams had an auto accident and says she was cited by Washington, D.C., police for leaving the scene. After that, Williams says, the CIA ordered her to Dominion Hospital.”(3)
Ms. Williams is pursuing legal redress against CIA for wrongful termination, She mentions on her Twitter account that the American Civil Liberties Union has declined to take up her case.