Twelve years ago, Michael Stewart developed a serious mental illness and killed someone he loved. He was found not criminally responsible, a verdict that has come under scrutiny as victims’ families have expressed outrage at a system that seeks to rehabilitate and release people like Stewart.
An accusation against Jameis Winston, a marquee quarterback for Florida State, did not prompt an in-depth inquiry by either the university or the police. By the time prosecutors got the case it was nearly a year old.
Advocates for the mentally ill say the official mental health system is inaccessible to many patients, who often wind up in a de facto system that includes jails, homeless shelters and emergency rooms.
One year later, the number of people hurt by the West explosion remains a mystery because a government survey of the injured has failed to account for scores of casualties. Government health officials were initially slow to study the extent of the West injuries. When they did, they limited their survey to those treated at hospitals and urgent care clinics. They did not canvass private medical practices, where blast victims were also treated. Nor did they track problems that may have surfaced later, such as brain injuries, hearing loss and post-traumatic stress disorder. The Dallas Morning News, by calling a West clinic and contacting a few medical practices, found at least 40 people not included in the government’s official count.
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After Florida cut protections for children from troubled homes, more children died, often in cruel and preventable ways. To understand the magnitude of the problem â€” and possible solutions â€” the Herald studied every death over a six-year periods involving families with child welfare histories. This series is the result of a year's worth of reporting by the Herald's Investigation Team, and multiple lawsuits to obtain state death records.
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