Conscripted Creeps: A Look at How False Accusation Coerces Aggression by Strangers, Inspired by Nurse Micah Doris (Who Would Seem to Feel Misconduct During a Child Rape Trial Is Excusable)

Posted on March 14, 2019


Tiffany Bredfeldt PhD, Tiffany Bredfeldt TCEQ, Tiffany Bredfeldt EPA, Dr. Tiffany Bredfeldt

Violation of this order of the court, issued last June, is a jailable offense, one that may have been committed last month. I was contacted by a stranger affiliated with the family of Tiffany Bredfeldt, a psychiatric patient who is forbidden from inducing anyone to contact or surveil me. Somebody provided the person who contacted me with my telephone number, and it wasnt me.

Contrary to what the reader might expect, this post isn’t about the ability of any moral zero to induce a court to believe whatever s/he wants it to about a target of his or her malice. Rather it’s about the power of false accusation to turn what might otherwise be ethical people into creeps (or what a clinician might call “bully agents”).

The post is inspired by an anonymous text message I received last month from 617-335-9779, a number belonging to registered nurse Micah Jarrett Doris of Salem, Massachusetts.

Micah Doris RN, Micah J. Doris RN, Nurse Micah Doris, Micah Jarrett DorisI’ve never heard of Micah Doris, and the unwelcome contact may offend an order of the court issued last summer.

The text read simply, “STOP,” and came after I expressed the opinion that Dr. Ray Bredfeldt, M.D., should burn in hell.

Dr. Bredfeldt and his son and daughter-in-law sought to have me wrongfully imprisoned in 2016 while my father lay dying, and they employed a sleazy attorney to do it, one who had arguably used a cheap political stunt to improve his client’s chances of beating a child rape conviction in 2008.

It’s possible, I suppose, that the sender of the text message could support nastier, more contemptible conduct, but I feel no urgent responsibility to suggest how.

The Bredfeldts, self-important parasites who use other people’s hair for toilet paper, harassed me through law enforcement and the courts for over a decade before being shut down by the court.

The numerous others they’ve enlisted to do their bidding, who lack even the ounce of moral character it takes to apologize, are no less unsanitary (see footnote).

Micah Doris RN, Nurse Micah J. Doris

Above is a text message I received on Feb. 12, 2019, from a number belonging to Micah Doris, R.N., that may criminally violate a 2018 injunction issued by the Arizona Superior Court (and the screen of the phone the message appears on shows the wear and tear that the years of its owner’s doing manual labor—instead of what he’d intended to do before he was falsely accused—have caused)

It would be a pointless act of speculation for me to try to imagine the motives for this message or the possible association between its sender and people who upended my life to cover their asses. It could of course be sheer queer coincidence—and leaving some wiggle room for plausible deniability is fundamental to the game.

The Facebook page of nurse Micah Doris, the owner of the number, suggests otherwise, however. My accusers of over 10 years, Tiffany and Phil Bredfeldt, are from Arkansas, and so apparently is Mr. Doris. He’s also a member of the medical community like Dr. Ray Bredfeldt (Phil Bredfeldt’s father), and I would bet the two have a past connection. (In fact, Mr. Doris may have commented on this blog when it was first begun eight years ago.)

The text message shown above came a day after I published a pointed opinion (the motives for which are articulated here) about Dr. Bredfeldt, who probably has a broad fan base. I recall reading that Dr. Bredfeldt (a physician who likely raked in millions as a corporate flack for Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield) was once lauded “family doctor of the year.”

Probably the family of the alleged rape victim who was discredited in court by the same unscrupulous attorney Dr. Bredfeldt’s family employed to discredit me would be unimpressed by the accolade.

Tucson attorney Chris Scileppi, who represented Tiffany, Phil, and Ray Bredfeldt in a 2016 prosecution that sought my wrongful imprisonment, was rebuked by a judge in 2008 for being given a hug in court in front of jurors at a child rape trial by his “very close friend” the mayor of Nogales. Mr. Scileppi represented one of the alleged rapists of a teenage girl. His friend the mayor later served a stint in prison for corruption. Scileppi represented him, too.

The rape plaintiff was a kid. (I had to resist adding “you fuckers” to the end of that sentence because I can’t have anything I express or report construed as speech directed at any particular person. The First Amendment protects speech about anyone but not necessarily speech to anyone. It is okay for me to say that any person who would condone cheap tactics during a child rape trial is a fucker. That includes anyone who would employ the practitioner of such tactics, like the people who’ve accused me have, as well as anyone who would defend them, as the sender of the text I got would seem to.)

I called the number of the person who had (apparently) texted me, Micah Doris, and left a voicemail for him requesting an explanation. I knew it was conceivable that his number had been spoofed, something police forensics could probably determine if it came to that. I was loath to think of him as a monster without giving him the benefit of the doubt.

No reply.

Whether dupe or devil, Micah is keeping mum. If he was put up to contacting me, though, and he presumably didn’t pull my number out of a hat, he may have done so in criminal violation of a court injunction, and a repeat performance is ill-advised. In response to Micah’s “STOP,” I might have replied, “GO.”

Whether I’ll trouble the authorities with this cowardly piddle, I haven’t decided.

Note to the reader: Mobbing, passive aggression, baiting, intimidation—these are among the evils that court process inspires, indulges, and even rewards based on five minutes of finger-pointing in civil court by what may be a sick twist with a few minutes to kill.

And a goodly portion of this sort of conduct is performed by unwitting twits who think they’re on the side of the angels.

See also “social justice advocates.”

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*Additionally involved in this freak show have been Dr. Roberto Rojas, M.D., of Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee and Rev. Jeremy Cheezum of Trinity Reformed Presbyterian Church in Montrose, Colorado. These two haven’t done anything; they’re just sideline voyeurs, which would be reasonably excusable if they weren’t a doctor and a church pastor. Other conscripts, most of them in the healthcare profession like nurse Micah Doris, have been Dr. Cheryl Lyn Walker, Ph.D., director of the Texas A&M Health Science Center Institute of Biosciences and Technology; Dr. Michael Honeycutt, Ph.D., chairman of the EPA’s Science Advisory Boards and toxicology director for the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ); attorney and law professor Brian Chase; and research specialist Jennifer Oas-Terpstra of South Texas College, all of whom provided statements used against me in court.

Here’s a synopsis of what they’ve actively or passively supported over the years (which includes allegations to some dozen judges or more; to municipal, state, and federal police; to other officials in multiple states; and to members of the general public, whose tax dollars have funded all of it to the tune of tens of thousands):