This web-page was originally set up to prompt Dr Michael T Isaac to be honest regarding a litany of bad practice I had encountered with him in his role as expert witness.  However, this web-page had little or no effect on his appalling conduct and therefore I have removed the content, in light of the issues now being dealt with in an official capacity.  The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) has reviewed my case and are supporting me that Dr Isaac's conduct in relation to vital evidence is illegal, yet he still continues to break the law in not complying with the ICO's recommendations. 

I can say with all confidence that Dr Isaac's repeated violations of various laws make him a criminal.  I am fully aware that if this statement is proven to be incorrect I could be sued.  However, I have no doubt what-so-ever in this serious accusation.

Updated 14/10/10

One of the advantages of being a Psychiatrist involved in a dispute (with someone classified as a patient) is that you can easily discredit the patient as being 'mentally ill'.   In fact, it would be a fair comment to say that most Psychiatrist's at some time will become embroiled in the manifestation of a patients condition and this could well lead to a frivolous complaint or false accusations.

I would guess that due to the large number of people that visit this website that Dr Isaac could well have used the example above to distance himself from the accusations of criminal activity levelled at him on this site.

However, the only real method available to Dr Isaac to prove his innocence would be to have taken me to court for defamation.  I have heard of no such intention despite the fact that I openly invited Dr Isaac to take such action against me.  Naturally, Dr Isaac could give a number of reasons for not choosing this route, other than the knowledge that he could not possibly win.

The legal definition of defamation:  Any intentional false communication, either written or spoken, that harms a person's reputation; decreases the respect, regard, or confidence in which a person is held; or induces disparaging, hostile, or disagreeable opinions or feelings against a person.

My intention here is to eliminate any reasons that Dr Isaac might put forward in defence of not bringing legal proceedings against me.  Dr Isaac is fully protected by the Medical Protection Society (MPS) and indeed one of their Senior Solicitors has been assisting him for the past 3 years.  I would like to point out that the MPS can bring legal action against offenders for defamation

"MPS may exercise its discretion to assist a member in bringing a defamation action if the alleged defamation stems from their professional practice and their professional reputation is likely to suffer serious harm. In this situation we would review each case as it develops, retaining the right to withdraw assistance at any stage, depending upon developments in the case and legal advice received."

As you can see, MPS could assist Dr Isaac but thus far they have not done so.  The reason for this is that MPS would be aware that the accusations against Dr Isaac are factual and therefore they would have no prospect of winning.

In fact, while I'm here I would like to extend the range of accusations against Dr Isaac by stating in no uncertain terms that Dr Isaac has broken the law even since this website first went live.

Again, I offer that if this latest accusation is found to be inaccurate then you simply must take legal action against me.  Or failing this, assist me in undoing the damage you have done by entering into honest talks?

It would be fair comment of any reader, to ask the question,'if I'm so confidant in my claims against Dr Isaac, why have I not had them proven in a court of law'?  The simply answer to this is that I am confidant that I will, but the process is very slow (mainly due to Dr Isaac illegally withholding evidence) and my health issues make this very difficult.  I'll get there one day!

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