From: Dr. Christopher Fields
Date: May 27, 2012
With the removal of the now discredited Doctor Dylan Lane, it seems that we have an opening within the program. But before we convene to determine his replacement, please allow me to recap the events that lead to his termination and subsequent incarceration.
His constant flux of mental stability as well as the lax control over his emotions have always been a large concern of both this company and of the security of the hospital; this is no secret. His actions of the past two days have jeopardized the program and called into question the intent of its existence.
Upon the morning of Thursday, May 25 2012, he brought forth allegations that his office was broken into and he was vandalized. After assessing the situation, the authorities were called and an investigation was pending. This was the beginning of his descent into madness, as it was the catalyst that drove him to the breaking point.
We had ceased the program for the day, allowing the patients to return home.
The following day, he was enraged when he reported that his office was on the receiving end of another break-in. When he approached the patients of the program, he was belligerent, racist and displayed otherwise inappropriate behaviour that was befitting both a professional physician as well as a staff of this organization.
After being asked to leave – twice – by the patients of the program, he called for security as he believed his life was in danger. As the hospital security was occupied with another matter, GMI security was detailed to accompany me to interview the patients. After a quick and otherwise sub-routine questioning, I found that the four patients provided not reason for continued security. However, to be certain that none of them would be harmed, a small unit was placed for the protection of said patients.
It was later discovered that the offender – Dylan Lane – had proceeded to stalk a patient after the program was finished, and terrorize the poor individual at their place of residence. In an altercation, Lane was shot in the shoulder and placed under police custody and brought to Ottawa General Hospital for his wounds.
He will remain here under 24-hour security detail issued by the hospital (both house and GMI security will be on hand), and once he has recuperated from his physical wounds, he will undergo severe psychological evaluation.
Although under normal circumstances I would not oversee such a procedure, I find that I am the only one capable of discussing anything with Mister Lane at the moment until a more suitable replacement should come. Until that time, I will prescribe 300 mg of dibenzothiazepine derivative (Seroquel) over the course of a month and I will then begin to evaluate where it is that he should be transferred to next.