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Ima Misfit Donating Member (5 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-04-08 11:20 PM
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103. Irwin was committed to the psych ward because he was
"a danger to himself or others." Based on statements from his friends and colleagues, Irwin was clearly depressed. Any Doctor who believed Irwin was suicidal, would have been required to commit him to a psych ward - so he wouldn't harm himself.

So if Irwin was in the hospital for depression, which seems likely, why would he have been part of a Duley's group session for drug addicts?
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