• United States District Court
  • 3:16cv1174
  • Nov 28 2016 (Date Decided)
  • Meyer, J.
Allegations that a prisoner suffered from serious mental health conditions such as post traumatic stress disorder, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, and that defendant mental health counselor was deliberately indifferent, refused to order medication and instructed plaintiff to "deal with it like a man," could be sufficient to allege a violation of the Eighth Amendment.

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