The origins of the Warrior Priest are directly linked to the curious case of Alfred Wiggins Jr. v. Bridgewater State College and others.
This series is about the various aspects of the case that I thought were most important at the time, and that resonate with me still. These aspects include, but are not limited to, the means by which I was unlawfully and forcibly hospitalized at the behest of the Counseling Center on the campus of Bridgewater State on April 15, 2004.
I am writing and producing this series so I may demonstrate just how easy it was for campus authorities at the Counseling Center to create the appearance of an "emergency situation" through the use of false information about my career in the military, and the strategic deployment of stereotypes that were created by the head of the Counseling Center, then passed onto campus authorities. Both the false information and the stereotypes served to cast negative aspersions on my career in the United States Army.
In order to give this series the best treatment possible, once we begin, we will use the four required readings that are listed below:
Required Reading 1: The Summary Judgment: Alfred Wiggins Jr. v. Bridgewater State College and others.
Required Reading 2: My first letter to former Bridgewater State president Dana Mohler-Faria entitled, Original Complaint.
Required Reading 3: The Waiver of Liability by former Bridgewater State president Dana Mohler-Faria.
Required Reading 4: My final response to former Bridgewater State president Dana Mohler-Faria.
It is my sincere hope that my experiences in higher education will help educate veterans, their advocates, healthcare professionals, educators and any other individuals concerned about the rights of honorable, law-abiding and aspiring veterans who seek to improve themselves through academic pursuits.