“A person with erotomania has a delusional belief that another person is in love with him or her despite clear evidence against it.The object of the person’s delusions is often a celebrity or a person of a higher social status. An individual may believe that this person is communicating with them and affirming their love, using secret messages.” — Medical News
TodayWhen Charles Perry met Cynthia Ortiz, she’d recently moved from Las Vegas, Nevada, and had lived in Lubbock from September, 2007 to 2010 when they met. She’d been in Lubbock just a few years. Cynthia, however, had been in politics all her life starting from age 12 she helped with her granddad’s campaign for Sheriff of Chavez County in New Mexico. Her granddad was the Chief of Police in Roswell, NM where she grew up, then lost the Sheriff’s race, became the Chavez County GOP Chairman, then the County Treasurer, and later a City Councilman. She grew up in and around law enforcement and politics all her life. Due to her granddad’s status, her family was the big fish in the little pond of Roswell, NM.The Police Station in Roswell, is actually named in honor of her granddad, Chief L.M. Hall. His name is on the front door of the T. Thompson-L.M. Hall Law Enforcement Center of Roswell to this day. Her granddad and great granddad, Captain of Detectives with Roswell PD, were also written about in Startling Detective regarding a murder they solved. This was a national publication. Cynthia grew up around people in power, as her family clearly had some power in her small town, all her life. In fact when President Reagan paid a visit to Roswell, her granddad very involved in preparing for that event, she asked him if he could make arrangements for her to meet the President rather than just being a part of the crowd. She said her granddad told her at the time he didn’t think he could as the President was on a tight schedule. He then said, “I know that you like him and he is a good man, but always remember we all put our pants on one leg at a time. Its the same for us all. He is someone to admire, but don’t get too enthralled. He is just a man, just like me.” That comment stuck with her all her life in dealing with all kinds of people in all kinds of places in reminding us all to be humble. Her granddad believed his position was to serve the public. He viewed tax payers as his bosses and when he died, Cynthia’s granny received hundreds of letters from people he helped. His belief in law enforcement was: “As lawmen (and women), we are called to relieve suffering caused by crime.” and he lived that each day in not just his word, but his conduct, as did her great granddad.
Answer: No. Review of medical association statements and position papers from
health care experts in the treatment of lymphedema have no statements regarding the
superiority of one type of pump over another; however, Cyndi Ortiz did recommend
use of a sequential gradient pump since, in her opinion, it better mimics the body’s own
lymphatic drainage mechanism.
In summary, this review of the scientific data and literature to date does not reveal any conclusive evidence to support the medical necessity of one type of pneumatic compression device over another. There is a trend towards support of multi-chamber over single chamber. Furthermore, the argument that sequential gradient compression is more physiologic that non-gradient makes intuitive sense despite lack of literature support.”Other links to Cynthia’s efforts on Medicare reform for Lymphedema and Vascular Disease Management:HME ArticleSecond Article in HME NewsLymphedema PeopleLymphLandInternational Lymphedema GuestbookThe Medical DictionaryCynthia also worked on a child abuse bill, in New Mexico, addressing child abuse at faith based teen rehab facilities following an incident at her own family’s facility, resulting in its closure, and Tierra Blanca Ranch. Cynthia sought to increase accountability, by requiring some oversight of these children in the care of people representing themselves to be church groups. As church groups, faith based facilities operate on private funds, that being donations and funding from parents, and are not funded by any government sources and therefore were not subjected to inspections or oversight as all other similar facilities are subjected to. In other words, in New Mexico, if the census is low enough, any pedophile can open up a “church camp”, offer to help children in trouble, restrict parental contact and rape the crap out of kids. Restricting parental contact has been a common practice with these types of organizations and for whatever reason these groups indicate that is somehow helpful to recovery. The truth is, any parent at any time should be able to freely investigate and inspect their child’s quarters, school work, health and anything at all that concerns their kid. Cynthia contacted law makers in New Mexico and was able to gain the assistance of Senator Michael Padilla. That bill did go to committee, but required some revisions before the committee would pass it to the floor for a vote. In the meantime, Charles Perry carried out a threat to arrange a false arrest, with intent to besmirch and smear Cynthia and that clearly made her attempts to help these kids much more difficult. His problems became everyone’s problems. He did not just devastate Cynthia and her family, he devastated each and every person Cynthia would help and may have cost some their future.Click Here to See News Coverage of the Closing of Teen Challenge Due to AbuseClick Here to Hear Radio Interview Cynthia did regarding her son and the Bill to protect children at faith based teen rehab facilities
Click link below to hear recording of Perry Proy Stalk solitcit $5000 for sex with Charles Perry. Transcripts posted on the same.
Click Here to Follow Us On Facebook