December 1976 to January 1981, and between May 1988 to date.
He was found not guilty by reason of insanity for kicking a
woman to death. He was in the MAPP in 1978, and placed in the
Capsule program for eight days in 1978. He was in the DDT
program in 1977 and 1988.
 William A. McDougall (born 1950), who has an extensive
psychiatric history and criminal record, was at Oak Ridge
between September 1978 to December 1981, and was in the
MAPP on two occasions. (It is not clear whether the claim
against Mr. McDougall is still extant because the defendants
plead that the claim was dismissed for delay in 2014.)
 Brian Floyd McInnes (born 1958) was at Oak Ridge on
three occasions between 1976 and 1978 and experienced the
MAPP, the Capsule program and the DDT program.
 Allen McMann (born 1959) was admitted to Oak Ridge in
September 1975 (age 16) and remained there until January
1978. He was placed in the MAPP on several occasions for periods over two months. He was placed in the Capsule program on
two occasions for ten to 14-day sessions. He was placed in the
DDT program from time to time.
[ 81] Leeford Miller (born 1954), who has an extensive criminal
record, was admitted to Oak Ridge in 1977, and was confined
there from 1977 to 1983, 1984 to 1985, 1992, and 1996 to date.
He was found guilty of murder by reason of insanity. He was in
the MAPP program on two occasions each lasting for more than
a month. He was in the DDT program from 1978 to June 1981.
[ 82] James Motherall (born 1950), who has a criminal record
for violent crime, was detained at Oak Ridge from May 1973 to
June 1976. He was in the Capsule program on three occasions
and in the DDT program from time to time.
[ 83] Michael Roger Pinet (born 1953), who has an extensive
psychiatric history and criminal record, was first admitted to
Oak Ridge in 1971 (age 17) and detained between March 1971 to
February 1972, May 1977 to January 30, 1984, October 1985 to
August 1995, and August 2000 to date. He was in the MAPP on
three occasions: April 1978 (three weeks); December 1978 to
January 1979 (five weeks); and July 1980 (three weeks). He was
placed in the Capsule program six times between 1971 and
1977. He was placed in the DDT program from time to time.
[ 84] Edwin Sevels (born 1943) was at Oak Ridge in 1978 and
remains there. He experienced the MAPP.
[ 85] Samuel Frederick Charles Shepherd (born 1951), who had
an extensive psychiatric history and criminal record, was first
admitted to Oak Ridge in 1972 for 60 days and readmitted in