Stodie Coleman from Newark New Jersey Didn't have it easy. Born in 1994 to an unmarried couple, his earliest memory was at age 5 watching his father beat his mother over the head with an empty beer bottle. He went to prison and he never saw him again. He would go on to be repeatedly incarcerated in prison in other states.
He lived in Newark then went to Trenton and then to Windsor township to live with relatives. At school Stodie was a loner. He was also deeply traumatized by abuse by his parents especially his mother who would hit him out of anger for no reason. His mother was mentally ill and would later also go to jail while Stodie had to live with his uncle and aunt who also didn't look kindly on him, seeing him as a burden.
Nonetheless he made friends at school and even got a part time job. His aunt and uncle would force him to pay most of what little he earned for rent but he did have some money stored away. Later Stodie went to live with his mom in section 8 housing in Trenton where he continued to work and go to school. Stodie had dreams of going to college to become a scientist. But trouble started just before he turned 18.
Stodie's mother filed a guardianship against him claiming he was mentally ill and mentally incompetent. She got help from his aunt and uncle. The origin of the conflict was an inheiritence of ten thousand dollars Stodie was to receive from his Grandfather. Stodie's mother however wanted the money for herself and with help from his aunt and uncle EVEN THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM, Stodie was forced into mental health all based on allegations that were false.
Stodie was also required under New Jersey law to receive mental health evaluations. These evaluations going back to when he was 10 were also to be used against him. Stodie went to the psychiatrist at 17 and after only 5 meetings in the span of 2 months doctors diagnosed him with being mentally disturbed and with having Asperger's syndrome, a form of mental retardation and mental illness who's existence is questionable. It was not questionable to liberals in New Jersey who always believe the government and professionals without question.
The diagnosis was confirmed by evaluations from long ago. Based on old forgotten buried bones they just dug up from his past, Stodie was branded mentally ill and mentally retarded. He was officially diagnosed as having PTSD, ADD and Asperger's syndrome. The wrong diagnosis of all of these disorders was based on first, false and biased allegations made by his school guidance counselor when he was bullied at school in Newark (ignoring that he had a perfectly okay social life in Windsor BTW)that he had a traumatic early childhood and that his mother had mental illness.
Interesting, the infallible socialist people's government of New Jersey having to go all the way back to childhood, a traumatizing childhood years and years ago. Digging up an old long buried bone that had been long buried and forgotten about that had no relevance to be used in a current mental health evaluation when Stodie was 17 going on 18. This same evaluation omitted important facts about Stodie we want you to know...
- Stodie was able to make friends in his new school and was well liked
- Stodie worked part time saving money for adult education
- Stodie volunteered at the Salvation army base and also one summer went to work at a VA hospital volunteering his time to help veterans of the War on Terror and Vietnam
- In a social skills test and IQ test, Stodie received high scores with an IQ of 112 and a social skills test of 90 out of 100 showing that despite what the government said and what the parents said Stodie had good social skills
- Stodie was a B student. He did get a couple of A's but despite problems he had at school, the few he had compared to Newark, Stodie did well
- According to his Grandfather's will, Stodie instead of his mother was to receive the money because he was trust worthy and good while Stodie's mother had a history of being unscrupulous and had a criminal record with crimes such as forging checks, shoplifting and drugs use.
- Stodie went to church frequently with his aunt and uncle and even volunteered one summer for an outdoor event for disadvantaged children with disabilities hosted by his church
At 9, Stodie was often seen biting his nails and rocking back and forth while mumbling to himself by teachers. He has a history of social problems and made no friends while at school indicating that Stodie has very poor social skills and may be mentally disturbed.
...Stodie claims to be a Christian and goes to church regularly and that he talks to a holy spirit which gives Stodie instructions on how to conduct daily living. He claims that "Jesus is the only way and that all other ways are false." ...Stodie seems to hold in contempt other cultures and religions because of his religious upbringing.
...Because of Stodie's alleged conversations with God through a "holy spirit" and reports by his mother and teachers that he was frequently disheveled and disorderly and talked to himself indicates a possibility of undifferentiated schizophrenia or Bipolar with schizophrenic episodes.
...Evaluations of Stodie's childhood show either a possible diagnosis of Autistic spectrum disorder (Asperger's syndrome)or of an undifferentiated form of schizophrenia. Stodie has made no accomplishments in his life and refuses to take responsibility for his behavior. He does not have hindsight into his illness.
CAN YOU BELIEVE IT!? NO ACCOMPLISHMENTS!? Despite Stodie showing and demonstrating these things, the doctors ignored it and made only negative comments about Stodie. They refused to talk to his pastor or friends to demonstrate his competence. To make matters worse, they relied on his crazy mother as a source of information...
Mrs. Coleman was well dressed and appeared very kind and well mannered. She gave reports on Stodie's childhood behavior indicated that he was very disturbed and very poorly behaved. She is currently employed she says as a sales representative at Marshall's shopping center. She should be regarded as a good source of information on Stodie's behavior and childhood upbringing.
FACT: Mrs. Coleman has always been miss Coleman. She never married in her life.
FACT:She had been unemployed during the time, holding work mainly at Walmart or at a local restaurant as a waitress. She never worked at Marshall's shopping center and in fact she had been arrested for shoplifting over $800 worth of goods there.
FACT: Stodie's mother Miss Coleman [not mrs.] was unscrupulous and lied so she could get Stodie's money.
FACT: She has rarely held down a job and rarely dressed well or behaved well, frequently lashing out against Stodie and others.
But despite all this the doctors listened to her and paid no heed to their "patient" Stodie Carmichael. In a neuropsychology evaluation performed in a clinic in Trenton NJ, doctors had this to say:
Stodie suffers from autistic spectrum disorder Asperger's type and is deeply emotionally disturbed. He has poor social skills, poor verbal skills and is very credulous.
...It would be beneficial if his mother were his conservator or possible legal guardian in order to take care of the money he received from his Grandfather's will.
...In our opinion Stodie's condition and prognosis is guarded and of question. He may need a legal guardian to make decisions for him and to manage his money. Stodie also qualifies for SSI. However; since he is vulnerable to exploitation and too trusting of others and because of his difficulties in mathematics and paying attention, Stodie should not be counted on to manage his own money. he would benefit from having a Rep Payee...
TREATMENT PLAN: Recommend Stodie be placed under a limited form of legal guardianship under the least restrictive settings possible. Recommend Stodie be placed in behavioral health treatment, job skills training and social skills training. Recommend Stodie's mother or another trust worthy relative be appointed conservator over Stodie's estate. Recommend Stodie receive medication for symptoms of generalized anxiety, Depression, autism and ADHD.
Stodie was proscribed by doctors over four to six different kinds of medication at one time. Seroquel, Lithobid, haloperidol, Zyprexa, ritilan Hydroxizine, Lexipro, Fluphenazin, and the dangerous drug risperdal. Just to name some of the meds. Meds that made him sick and weak and lead to hospitalization on several occasions.
But fortunately, Stodie had a lot of friends. When it was learned that Stodie's faith was a factor in the diagnosis, his church and other local churches in the New Jersey area went into an uproar. The outrage and strong public will slammed the brakes on attempts to force guardianship over Stodie. Unfortunately Stodie's mother was able to find a lawyer and judge corrupt enough to take over Stodie's money that he received from grandpa.
As soon as Stodie was 18, he fled the coop. Stodie still had a savings account with money from work and he was able to settle in Miami Florida. Stodie lived in an apartment he rented with two other men and they bothed worked in the Hollywood Florida area. He didn't have it easy though. The job didn't last long. But Stodie was always able to get a place to work at. This went on for a two years and Stodie despite tribulations and rising conflicts such as times of unemployment and so on, he took care of himself. But disaster loomed around the corner and at the head of that disaster, was Donald Trump.
Donald Trump was planning to build upscale housing in the neighborhood that Stodie and his roomates lived in. The apartment they rented was slated to be demolished. Trump forced the landlord and owner of his apartment to sell to him under eminent domain. Although Florida has fought eminent domain for years since the Kelo decision to terminate property rights in America, it was an uphill fight full of loopholes all thanks to liberals south of the state. Not to mention Southern Democrats in the north.
Several of the building's tenants balked and tried to resist among them Stodie but Trump played every trump he had against them literally...
Donald Trump forced the residents out with help from Miami's corrupt police force. They were forced to choose between jail time for obstruction and criminal trespassing or leaving without another word. Nearly all the people caved in but Trump had even bigger plans for the ringleaders mainly Stodie one other man and four elderly people who lived in the building. In revenge, Trump did not merely threaten them with arrest, he had them Baker acted.
The baker act is a communist mental health law established in Florida that gives the police, social workers and any doctor unlimited power to detain anyone for any reason in a psychiatric hospital for evaluation for no reason at all for up to 72 hours. It is also possible with doctor's consent to hold for longer periods. At times doctors with a communist sympathy have used the Baker act to seize property from the elderly and those accused of being mentally ill (usually based on hearsay)as well as punish dissidents and opponents of government tyranny.
It wasn't just the Baker act that did Stodie and the others in. Trump used the corrupt mental health system to drive them out and even enlisted the help of abusive relatives. the four elderly women who opposed trump were placed under emergency guardianship and forced into nursing homes, three of them with help from Trump and relatives who with bribes forced them into the nursing homes. The man who with Stodie stood against Trump was held and later forced into the notorious Florida state hospital in Chattahoochee for over a month. Stodie meanwhile was placed in Golden psychiatric center's violent ward where he spent over two agonizing weeks of abuse and injustice by staff and other patients.
According to doctors at the center, Stodie was declared incompetent and needed a guardian. They based this on his being unemployed for nearly a month at the time and based on false allegations made by police and doctors at Jackson memorial hosptial's so called "crisis unit." A lawyer representing Trump contacted Stodie at Golden and offered to pay him compensation in exchange for being allowed to talk with his aunt and uncle who would also help. He didn't know that they betrayed him. With their help Trump played his final trump against Stodie. Stodie had no idea that they would go to his mother and side with her against him.
His mother contacted the staff at golden and in violation of Hippa spoke of his condition. Using vague loopholes in the Hippa laws they got a hold of his psychiatric records going back to when he was 7. Using these old outdated evaluations with its false allegations against Stodie, doctors were able to nail him and declare him incompitent. Again, his accomplishments were omitted, his positive traits swept under the rug and again, it was claimed that Stodie made no accomplishments.
Also, the evaluations claimed that Stodie was dishelved, was unemployable and had poor social skills and no friends, never mind all the friends he had in Miami!
With help from Trump, the Coleman family placed Stodie under six months of involuntary commitment and forced him to give his entire estate away to his mother. He was later flown back to New Jersey and forced to live with his mom in Newark. Thanks to Trump, thanks to Florida and thanks to New jersey, Stodie lost all that he accomplished and lost his friends.
Things would have been even worse had it not been for Chris Christie who's office intervened on behalf of Stodie and others accused of having disabilities who were threatened with incarceration in institutions. Christie and the GOP in NJ succesfully deinstitutionalized much of the state.
As for Trump's gambit in Florida it all fell apart. Trump later sold his unjustly accquired posessions to another real estate developer in Fort Lauderdale.
From then on its been down hill for Stodie. The medication regimen he was forced on even after his commitment was expired destroyed his health and his mental well being. Without his money, his mother blackmailed him and forced him to remain in the new Jersey and new York area. since 2015, Stodie has been homeless in Newark an New York. He is not allowed to go beyond those areas otherwise his mother will take away his allowance from his inheritence and the money he worked for in Florida and give him nothing. To this day no one has been punished for this atrocity or for the abuse inflicted on him.