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Dr. Margaret Ann McCann
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Castle Craig Hospital Ltd
Blyth Bridge
West Linton, Scottish Borders EH46 7DH
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Company Description: Castle Craig Hospital is located in the stunning countryside of the Scottish Borders, approximately 20 miles from Edinburgh. The property, which includes 50 acres... more
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Company Description: Castle Craig Hospital is located in the stunning countryside of the Scottish Borders, approximately 20 miles from Edinburgh. The property, which includes 50 acres of parkland and woods, is surrounded by the Borders hills, creating a relaxed and tranquil environment conducive to healing and recovery. Castle Craig was founded in 1987 by Peter and Dr. Margaret McCann. Their experience in directing a treatment programme for addictive disease started in April 1983, when they founded a centre, Clouds House in Wiltshire. After successfully running Clouds for 5 years, they opened, in consultation with the Borders Health Board, Castle Craig Hospital. The hospital is registered with the relevant statutory body, namely the Scottish Care Commission. It is a major contractor to the National Health Service and is recognised by the major medical insurers in the U.K. Many insurance companies from other countries fund the treatment at Castle Craig. The hospital is a Preferred Provider to the U.S. Government under the Tricare programme and it is also recognised by the Dutch insurance companies.
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Post by Autumn 21.02.11 18:17

Castle Craig has links to hospital in Holland.

Castle Craig has an extended contracts with the US Defence Department treating military personnel for addictions.

Des Browne (our own Defence Sectretary - and another Scot) has been under increasing pressure to deal with our own force's drink and drug problems (in light of the scandal brought about by the HMS Cornwall affair in April).

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It is entirely likely that given Castle Craig's experience in treating US military personnel they have sough Peter McCann's advice on treating our own military personnel.

Perhaps Caslte Craig even treated servicemen on board the HMS Cornwall, who knows.

That would certainly explain why they slipped into Iranian territory.

Here is something that Peter McCann wrote last year. It might lend weight to rumours about cabinet members and family members having used Castle Craig. See what you think:

"We also read today, about the inappropriate way that Liberal Democrats covered up on their former leader’s alcoholism. This is a typical response we see throughout industry and institutions when members of organisations try to cover up for their sick colleagues. It is quite disgraceful that politicians weld so much power while addicted and when their judgment must be warped. This applies to all political parties. Addiction must be confronted at all times and “tough love” applies to politicians just as much as to doctors, lawyers and family members. "

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Castlecraig has a hospital in the netherlands aswell. This is where GM was doing research.

research?

MM IVF was in the netherlands I heard (i think, might be dreaming)

IVF? Clone?

Very well connected people here. Secret Societies? I think it's a given really.

It's interesting to look at the donations from the money men too, sport, richard branson, the guy from Stobo Castle which has NHS connections.

Investment by proxy?


PETER McCANN, CASTLE CRAIG, HOLLAND, GERRY
-Castle Craig has a branch in Holland. Gerry worked in Holland.


GERRY, JILL RENWICK, JOHN BROWN, GORDON BROWN
-Jill Renwick is a friend of Gerry, and she lives down the road or same
strees as John Brown, who is Gordon Brown's brother.
-maybe nothing here, and just poor John Brown caught in it all.


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Post by Judge Mental 21.02.11 18:33

Unsurprisingly, the link pages cannot be displayed.
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Post by Guest 22.02.11 17:31

there were rumours before about Blair's daughter being treated at CC - dont know whether that was ever substantiated.
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Post by Guest 22.02.11 18:00

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[22] Castle Craig Hospital first came into existence as a nursing home dealing with clients with alcohol or drugs addictions in 1988. It was set up as a limited company by Mr Peter John McCann and Dr Margaret McCann, his wife. [vol 2 p 46] It later became a hospital in around 2002. There are now two companies. One company operates the primary care unit and the other, which is owned by the first company, operates the extended care unit. Both units are within the same grounds. Peter John McCann, Dr Margaret McCann, John McCann and Dr Mike McCann are directors of the companies.

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the above taken from report of inquiry into a sudden death at the hospital
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Post by Judge Mental 22.02.11 18:15

A sheriff has ruled the death of a man given methadone at a Borders private hospital was "entirely preventable".

Kieran Nichol, 20, was put on the heroin substitute shortly after being readmitted to Castle Craig Hospital at Blyth Bridge in December 2005.

An inquiry heard the valium addict was given methadone after he claimed to be hooked on heroin.

The sheriff said it was "difficult to identify anything that went significantly well" in his treatment.

Mr Nichol spent six weeks "detoxing" at the clinic before discharging himself in October 2005.

Two months later he lapsed back into depression and drug use and his mother Jacqueline Nichol, 49, rang the hospital to ask for her son to be readmitted.

He was taken in the following day, 9 December, but died two days later.

Following a fatal accident inquiry at Edinburgh Sheriff Court, Sheriff Gordon Liddle said in his determination that a "different decision or choice by a number of individuals could have made the difference".

Mr Nichol was given three doses of methadone totalling 90mg within a 24-hour period.

An addictions specialist told the inquiry the dosage was "too high" given the uncertainty about Mr Nichol's tolerance level.

The sheriff said that following the death, the hospital, partly at the insistence of the Care Commission, had made a number of changes.

He also outlined further recommendations in his determination as well as criticising the Crown's failure to lead evidence from those immediately responsible for Mr Nichol at the time of his death.

"There remain questions unanswered," he said.

Mr Nichol's mother said the sheriff had done "all he could at this stage".

"There are still questions which need to be answered and it is about what is best for the public now," she said.

"It shouldn't take until a young man dies before changes are made.

"It has been a long haul but we will keep looking for answers and we are getting there."

A spokesman said for the hospital said it was carefully considering the findings.

"It is a lengthy document and we will ensure that changes that we have implemented since the tragic death in December 2005 are in accordance with the sheriff's recommendations," he said.

"Castle Craig continues to work with the Care Commission to achieve the highest possible standards of care for all our patients.

"In its most recent assessments (April 2010 and May 2009), the commission awarded the hospital a grading of 'very good' in every aspect of service."

He said management and staff remained committed to helping people whose lives had been "blighted by addiction to drink and drugs".

He added: "Since our inception in 1988, we have helped more than 8,000 patients allowing many of them to return to a meaningful role in their personal and family lives."

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Has it ever been ascertained as to whether Steven Purcell of Glasgow City Council was a close friend of the McCanns. One recalls he had to step down when allegations of drug abuse and financial irregularities came to light.

We seem to have had yet another case of ''exhaustion'' as it turned out. Politicians, Priests and paedophiles are going to have to come up with another excuse for their heinous and anti-social actiities. Exhaustion and anxiety are simply not good enough excuses for depicable behaviour.
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Shamed former council leader Steven Purcell quizzed by police over drug confession

Jun 4 2010 By Craig McDonald

DISGRACED former council boss Steven Purcell has been quizzed by police amid a probe into his admissions of drug-taking.

The former Glasgow City Council leader spent several hours being questioned at a police station near his home.

The probe is understood to be ongoing and is connected with his self-confessed cocaine use and other issues relating to his time as council leader.

A family source said: "Steven returned home last week and was interviewed by Strathclyde Police about his admission of drug taking and other matters.

"It was an intensive interview. We just have to wait and see what happens now."

We revealed in April that detectives had launched an investigation into the ex-council boss.

Police have been weighing up the case against the 37-year-old since he admitted in an interview that he took the class A drug.

It is believed the inquiry will also cover allegations surrounding contracts awarded by the council.

As well as questioning Purcell, who is believed to have been in Ireland, it's thought detectives will quiz senior councillors and top officials at the City Chambers.

He could be reported to the procurator fiscal, who would decide if he should face trial. Purcell, who was tipped as a future first minister, stood down as Glasgow council leader in March, citing "stress and exhaustion".

The Labour councillor, who had held the top post since 2005, hired a PR firm who specialise in crisis management.

Purcell initially claimed he quit due to the pressure of preparing for the 2014 Commonwealth Games and an expenses scandal at transport body SPT.

But within days, his career imploded as he resigned as a councillor and fled to Australia.

He broke his silence last month and told how he checked into a rehab clinic in the Borders after he quit.

The move followed a week-long booze bender during which he contemplated suicide as he suffered a breakdown.

But the most damning revelation was that he took cocaine a "handful" of times.

Purcell also told how Scottish Crime and Drug Enforcement Agency officers visited him at the City Chambers to warn there could be video of him using the drug, leaving him open to blackmail by gangsters.

Strathclyde Police said: "Mr Purcell attended voluntarily at a police office to assist with an ongoing criminal inquiry."

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Post by Autumn 22.02.11 18:33

Judge Mental wrote:Unsurprisingly, the link pages cannot be displayed.

Try this link to Castle Craig Blog

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Castle Craig Clinic, Peebles, Scotland

Scotland's answer to the Betty Ford (see far right), a stunning mansion perched on a hilltop in the Borders. Alumni willing to fork out pounds 2,000 a week include 55-year-old former Tory minister Allan Stewart (above), who last year set up home with Catherine "Bunny" Knight, 48, whom he met while drying out there, and St Mirren striker Barry Lavety, who failed a random drugs test after taking Ecstasy.



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Post by sharonl 22.02.11 22:33

Surely this has to be a coincidence

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Peter J McCann, MA, Chairman
Dr Margaret Ann McCann, MB BCh, BAO, Medical Director
Dr Michael G McCann, MD, MA, DIH, MFOM, Director
John L McCann BA, ACIS, Financial Director
Frances Beek, Director

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Post by Tony Bennett 24.02.11 16:35

sharonl wrote:Surely this has to be a coincidence

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Dr Margaret Ann McCann, MB BCh, BAO, Medical Director
Dr Michael G McCann, MD, MA, DIH, MFOM, Director
John L McCann BA, ACIS, Financial Director
Frances Beek, Director
Isn't this what Judge Mental refers to as 'The Clan'?
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Post by Judge Mental 24.02.11 18:17

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The Clan is the collective term for all of those people who are stuck in the middle, or teetering around the edges of,the abduction theory.

For those who are unfamiliar with the term Clan, it is an alternative to ''Team McCann'', which one finds rather boring and unimaginative. This is probably due to it having its origins in something said by a McCann family member.

Please note that It is not necessary to have a name beginning with Mc or Mac to be classified as Clan. For instance, O'Brien and Tanner can be classed as Clan , because Tanner saw the abductor we are all still supposed to be looking out for. Because O'Brien believes her, he may also be classified as Clan However, Paiva cannot be classified as Clan just because he spent so much time with the McCann family as their liason officer. Because he is on the same side as Amaral. Amaral is not Clan. Amaral is a person who wants the Clan to return to Portugal to do a reconstruction for the PJ. The PJ are not Clan either, because they do not believe in the abduction theory.

Anybody between the age of 3 and 103 who does not believe in the dogs' evidence, and does not require further clarification as to why the dogs were going mental at the whiffs of cadaver liberally sprinkled throughout 5A and the hired car, could technically be ratified as Clan or a Clan fan. Clan is not a derogatory term at all. Clan fans are in good company with the likes of Gordon Brown and Tony Blair and Prior. Mark Harrison is definitely not Clan. But he is being terribly quiet.
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Post by Judge Mental 24.02.11 18:23

Just an afterthought, Lee Rainbow cannot be classified as Clan either. However, he has been very quiet too. Come to think of it, all UK police officers are very quiet about this case. Unless you find them in a pub, and get them to chat about it over a beef sandwich. winkwink
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JM - Come to think of it, all UK police officers are very quiet about this case. Unless you find them in a pub, .......

or in a massage parlour! (doing undercover work of course!) Castle Craig Hospital and the Dutch Connection 302873
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