July 18, 1996
Mr. George Eisenstadt
Dear Mr. Eisenstadt:
I am in receipt of your letter dated July 17, 1996 and, frankly, I am appalled at your obvious ignorance respecting the ethical responsibilities and duties of the psychiatric profession.
The confidences that are placed in me are not some form of "data currency" which you can run through your computer banks and fill out some actuarial tables. They are a sacred trust between my patients and I.
There is no way that I am going to