You would think that when people are placed in the care and custody of medical personnel at State mental facilities that the patients would be cared for, protected and given the appropriate treatments but according to former patient, Wayne Morin, Jr., such is not the case at the Napa State Hospital in Napa, California. Criminal offences including physical assault, sexual assault including rape and other serious crimes, added to the illegal trafficking of drugs, prostitution, loan sharking and the black- market selling of alcohol and other products not found on the hospital grounds seem to be the order of the day at Napa State Hospital. Wayne Morin, Jr was first admitted to Napa State Hospital was when he was 12 years old, in 1971. He has had 115 admissions at Napa State Hospital (NSH) since that time, but all were civil commitments. Wayne explains that his mother, brother, and sister have all sat around and used marijuana together with his psyche-tech on a weekend pass. While still accommodated at NSH, at the ages of 13-16, he was taken to his psyche-tech’s home in Fairfield, where he used marijuana and Dexedrine, all on weekend passes. There was another time at NSH when a psyche-tech “fell in love” with him and they had sex, and he was given Ritalin in injection form. Visit Wayne’s Website at www.waynemorinjr.com