"That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history is the most important lesson of all the lessons that history has to teach." Aldous Huxley
Dr. Jennings perjured himself when he filed his petition requesting an order for Involuntary Treatment with Yakima County Superior Court, against my son, Isaac. He was obligated by Law to use first hand information, in his affidavit attesting to the necessity for the Court Order. His statement was not only untrue; but was a false statement first used by Nancy Sherman, the Designated Mental Health Professional who used it to obtain an emergent order to detain my son. Ms. Sherman also committed forgery and further attested under penalty of perjury to having attached her forged document to her perjured petition. The forged document was never submitted to the Yakima County Clerk, but was distributed to my son's Assigned Counsel and the Deputy Prosecutor.