45 days in 1976 and again in 1998. He was in the DDT program
in 1975, 1976 and 1977.
 Mr. Joanisse (born 1956) was admitted to Oak Ridge as
an involuntary patient the day before his 15th birthday. In September 1973, he was found not guilty of murder by reason of
insanity. He was detained at Oak Ridge periodically, that is,
May 27, 1971 to March 1, 1972; March 26, 1972 to January 30,
1979; May 9, 1979 to December 3, 1980; April 9, 1981 to January
28, 1982; September 6, 1983 to March 6, 1997; June 16, 1999 to
October 2005. He was placed in the MAPP on seven occasions,
each lasting from one to four weeks in duration. He was under
the DDT program from time to time. He was in the Capsule program on two occasions in October 1971.
 Russ Johnson (born 1947) was admitted to Oak Ridge in
August 1977, and remains there to this day. He was originally
admitted on a warrant of remand and was subsequently found
not guilty of murder and attempted murder by reason of insanity. He was in the MAPP on several occasions in 1978 and 1979.
He was also in the DDT program from 1978 to 1980.
 Stanley Kierstead (born 1952) was admitted to Oak Ridge
in 1967 (age 15) on a transfer from a training school where he
had been admitted because of a history of arson, cruelty to animals and threatening children. He was detained at Oak Ridge
for three years until he was discharged to another psychiatric
hospital. While at Oak Ridge, he was placed in the Capsule
program and experienced the MAPP and the DDT program on
 Denis LePage (born 1946), who has an extensive criminal
record, was at Oak Ridge in 1966 (one month), 1977 (two
months), 1978 (one month), between July 1983 and February
1992, and from May 1995 to date. At various times, he was in
the penitentiary and at various times he was at Oak Ridge having been found not guilty of charges by reason of insanity. He
was placed in the MAPP in 1978 (1.5 months), 1978 (one month)
and 1980 (6.5 months). He was placed in the DDT program from
time to time.
 Christian Magee (born 1948), who has an extensive psychiatric history and criminal record, was at Oak Ridge in 1976
(two months), 1977 (3.5 months) and from December 1977 to
date. He was found not guilty of rape and murder by reason of
insanity and was transferred to Oak Ridge on a Lieutenant Governor’s warrant. He was in the MAPP on three occasions. He
was in the DDT program from time to time.
 Douglas McCaul (born 1953), who has an extensive criminal record of very violent crimes, was at Oak Ridge between