Hospitals & Asylums
By Anthony J. Sanders
No work to report, aside from risking my life scaling a cliff with a medicated chicken feed bag filled with litter. Sty in the eye and a mental illness best described to the court of sugar in the gas tank of frozen woman, like my three lemons after having my fine for driving without a bumper doubled for contesting it for the cost of the bumper, and my law school speculation, in Census 2000, as the state of decomposition of Alan Bates brain, theoretically killed by same county court in similar case of incompetence regarding a Tazer and run victim of police brutality against many homeless by one officer. I did not check the ingredients of the medicated chicken feed to see if they contained metronidazole. Medicated chicken feed or metronidazole by veterinary feed directive? Did frozen woman have any sort of recent traffic case or positive test for sugar in the gas tank?
Indian Market Road Continuance 17CR74497 HA-27-4-18
Drop the charges against the winter campfire(s) of the International Court of Justice and order county and city parks to destroy all slash piles within the territorial jurisdiction of - Jackson County, Oregon. Thank you for your permission to bring your misconduct before the justices of the Oregon Supreme Court. General Jackson, psychiatric drug consuming “Son” of Park Supervisor, is in prison for grand theft auto and other crimes, as of day one of this diversionary interview by subornation of perjury under 18USC§1622 - slash piles must be destroyed under Fire 36CFR§261.5 to prevent Arson within the special maritime and territorial jurisdiction 18USC§81, Conspiracy Art. 81 Uniform Code of Military Justice 10USC§881, and Obstruction of Justice Rule 96 (Art. 134) of the Manual for Courts-Martial. No shrinking violet, I am writing to inform the County Commissioners that, after reading the informational sign at the base of Dead Indian Memorial Rd., for the first time, and not having been previously informed by the graffiti and press releases my family based our opinion on, the true purpose of your mistrial is to restore the name of the road to “Indian Market Rd.”, with a final sentence to the informational sign, so that it would be as if no crime had occurred, nor would be continued nor repeated pursuant to the Advisory Opinion Regarding the Legal Consequences of Constructing a Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territories ICJ No. 131 (2004) and Case Concerning the Factory of Chorzow A. Permanent Court of Justice No. 9 (1927). The flagrante delicto you continue is genocide by the Rogue River Indian War Volunteers (volunteer law enforcement officers today), and the federal treason was paid by Oregon after the fact. The fine is up to $500,000 against the Commissioners for incitement and $1 million per month of your continuance against the Jackson County legal system from October 11, 2017 under 18USC§1091 and §1512. Ashland is uninhabitable in the summer due to forest fire risk, that threatens camping in the Rogue-River Siskiyou National Forest, regional air quality and some local homes, and also by obstructive, murderous “Rogue River Indigent War Enforcement” in the winter. Rogue Valley residents with lung problems should make plans to evacuate in the eventuality of a forest fire. Wood chucks are only 30% accurate at predicting the weather. 1.3% of National Forest acres and 0.02% of National Parks acres burned in 2017. Slashed thickets must be chipped, if their winter campfire was obstructed. Arson statistics have not been reported by Uniform Crime Reports (UCR) since 2010 whereas, although arson is a serious crime, arson defies the Rule of Hierarchy, and is generally listed in conjunction with many other serious crimes, in courts of law enforcement officers, such as the disability retirement of the Talent FBI Surveillance Van. While a firefighter might go to prison for simple arson, corrupt law enforcement officers perceive slash piles/arson as just one unconventional weapon in an arsenal of involuntary biological experiments that must be terminated, and they generally kill many innocent people, before they are detected and convicted. Entomology aside, the Forest Service itself wants to kidnap the mother and take custody of the children their slash piles fed and kept warm for part of the winter, before they unlawfully intruded, and began to hysterically accuse others of arson to the backdrop of one mountain burned and another left in piles for the Karuk tribal government to seize, destroy and occupy in the sanctuary of California poultry inspection manure testing and veterinary feed directive. The Oregon Supreme Court may decide to honor the Judge who founded Crater Lake National Park, and forcible relocation of Sanders, organizational founder of the first national park in 1832, from my winter campfire on Anderson Butte, due to laser lights, see United States v. Anderson, No. 6:10-cr-326 (M.D. Fla.) (2010)(plea agreement), by ruling to repeal 16USC§124 and criminal mischief ORS§164.345 to redress stalking by the State of Oregon under 18USC§2261A, by Rule 4 Fed. Crim. P. and 4th Amendment, pursuant to United States v. Curley, 639 F.3d 50, 54 (2d Cir. 2011).
Manure Testing and Medicated Chicken Feed HA-16-4-18
Dear FDA: A. Salmonella is a bacteria that makes people sick. It was discovered by an American scientist named Dr. Salmon, and has been known to cause illness for over 125 years. There are many different kinds of Salmonella bacteria. Salmonella serotype Typhimurium and Salmonella serotype Enteritidis are the most common in the United States. Salmonella infections are more common in the summer than winter. The illness people get from a Salmonella infection is called salmonellosis. Most people infected with Salmonella develop diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps between 12 and 72 hours after infection. The illness usually lasts 4 to 7 days, and most individuals recover without treatment. CDC estimates Salmonella causes about 1.2 million illnesses, 23,000 hospitalizations, and 450 deaths in the United States every year. Among these illnesses, about 1.1 million are acquired in the United States. Among the illnesses acquired in the United States, CDC estimates that food is the source for about 1 million illnesses, 19,000 hospitalizations, and 380 deaths. Treatment of Salmonellosis is with chamomile tea and most definitively metronidazole 400 mg / 200 mg children one tablet, twice a day. Metronidazole may be distributed by veterinary feed directive to Salmonella infected flocks in conjunction with chicken environment sterilization, hygiene. Antibiotic treatment of Salmonella bacteria contamination in poultry is with a veterinary feed directive for metronidazole and hygiene. It is not necessary to instantly kill Salmonella infected chickens. After one week of, metronidazole veterinary feed directive and hygiene treatment, chicken manure should be retested. Chickens and eggs must not be introduced into commerce for the arbitrary duration of one month after they are cured and have discontinued metronidazole veterinary feed and hygiene treatment for Salmonella. Only flocks found to be infected after one month of “metronidazole veterinary feed directive and hygiene treatment” should be euthanized.
1. It is the intent of Congress that poultry and poultry products are condemned because of disease under 21USC§452. If an appeal be taken from such determination, the carcasses, parts, or products shall be appropriately marked and segregated pending completion of an appeal inspection, which appeal shall be at the cost of the appellant if the Secretary determines that the appeal is frivolous. If the determination of condemnation is sustained the carcasses, parts, and products shall be destroyed for human food purposes under the supervision of an inspector under 21USC§455. The cost of the inspection shall be born by the United States under 21USC¦§468. National surveillance for Salmonella infections was established in the United States in 1962. Clinical diagnostic laboratories submit Salmonella isolates from human clinical specimens to state and territorial public health laboratories, where they are confirmed and serotyped according to the Kaufman-White scheme. Reports of these laboratory confirmed Salmonella isolates are then submitted by state and territorial public health departments to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (2). Unusual or untypable serotypes are forwarded to the National Salmonella Reference Laboratory at CDC for further characterization or con rmation; results are reported back to state and territorial public health laboratories. Clinical animal isolates (referred to as “clinical/non-human”) are Salmonella isolates from animals with clinical signs consistent with salmonellosis; “non-clinical/non-human” isolates are Salmonella isolates identified through herd and flock monitoring and surveillance, feed sample testing, environmental testing, and USDA-FSIS food testing programs.
2. The Safe Meat and Poultry Inspection Panel must make formal changes in poultry inspection regulations under 21USC§471(3). It is murder to kill a poultry inspector under 21USC§461(c). It is wrong to limit Salmonella testing to carcasses of dead chicken. The current official tests used in the EU and US rely on the sampling of poultry carcasses, does not adequately protect the flock or commercial egg supply and presumes that the condemned flock must be slaughtered and destroyed, although Salmonella can be cured with metronidazole veterinary feed directive and a week of regular hygiene. To better protect the poultry flocks and environment from colonization by Salmonella bacteria it is therefore recommended to adopt the manure sampling procedure proposed: Prevention of Salmonella Enteritidis in Shell Eggs During Production Federal Register, September 22, 2004. Manure is the preferred sample type. Use a 10 cm × 10 cm (4 in × 4 in) 12 ply sterile gauze pad which is aseptically attached to a pole by clips or to a string. The clips should be disinfected before each use with 70% ethanol. The gauze pad and string, or gauze pad alone, should be sterilized by autoclaving. Moisten pad with canned evaporated milk, canned skim (fat free) evaporated milk or canned lowfat evaporated milk. Disinfect the top of the canned milk with 70% ethanol before opening. The can opener should also be disinfected with 70% ethanol. Place a gauze pad over the opened can of milk to deter flies from contaminating the milk. Use sterile gloves when handling and moistening the pad. Drag the moistened gauze pad over the manure the entire length of one side of the row/bank. Take another gauze pad and drag the other side of the row/bank. Repeat this procedure on all rows/banks of the house. Place each pad in a separate whirlpak-type bag with sufficient milk to keep the pad wet (no more than a tablespoon or approximately 15 ml). If the collection time is greater than 6 h, the use of a cooler with frozen gel packs is recommended for storage of the samples prior to shipment to the laboratory.
3. In Europe, some countries test all breeder flocks for Salmonella and destroy any breeder flock that is found to be positive. In this way, they have significantly reduced Salmonella to 3 to 6 per cent on birds coming into the processing facility. Some countries in Europe use competitive exclusion to prevent Salmonella colonization of baby chicks. This approach is illegal in the US because the bacterial cultures used to inoculate chicks, which occupy the attachment sites in the intestine and produce by-products that kill Salmonella, are undefined – the particular species used are not specifically identified. Salmonella vaccines are available in the US but are often cost-prohibitive. The US poultry industry has placed much more emphasis on eliminating Salmonella in the processing plant, whereas in Europe, all of the effort to eliminate Salmonella is concentrated on the breeding and grow-out operations. Vaccination and competitive exclusion (CE) represent accepted prophylactic measures to control Salmonella infections in chickens. To use the advantages of both the CE technique and vaccination with live Salmonella vaccines the combination of these methods was studied. In three experiments, SPF chickens were pre-treated using combined or unique administration of CE and vaccination with a live Salmonella typhimurium strain on days 1 and 2 of life and challenged with the antibiotic resistant, but otherwise isogenic mutant of this Salmonella typhimurium strain on days 3, 15 or 40 of life. The caecal colonization of both the vaccine and the challenge strain and the antibody response after infection were examined to evaluate the protective effects of the different combinations. The exclusion effect of CE cultures against Salmonella infection could be seen in very young chicks and was still considerable on day 40 of life of the birds. The Salmonella wild-type strain used as vaccine alone also resulted in a substantial protective effect against homologous challenge. The combined administration of competitive exclusion and immunization using the Salmonella wild-type strain as vaccine resulted in a considerable additional protective effect above the level of the respective exclusive application of these prophylactic measures. Administration of the Salmonella vaccine strain prior to or simultaneously with the CE culture produced the best protective effect, because such combinations ensure an adequate persistence of the vaccine strain as prerequisite for the expression of colonization inhibition effects and a strong immune response. The full exploitation of this potential using attenuated live Salmonella vaccines will require the presence of high inhibitory and immunogenic properties in the vaccine strain after attenuation of a selected parent strain. The combination of competitive exclusion and vaccination as a new measure in integrated control programmes against Salmonella infection in poultry could result in a considerable increase of protection in both very young and older chickens. Antibiotic treatment of Salmonella bacteria contamination in poultry is with veterinary feed directives for metronidazole and hygiene.
4. In the US, the USDA-FSIS inspectors rinse a chicken with 400 mL of sterile buffered peptone water (whole carcass rinse). In the EU, they take a 25-gram neck skin composite sample from three carcasses and pool them. A study on the methods of the US and EU found that both methods are fairly equivalent for detecting Salmonella but that neither is sensitive enough to be considered perfect. It is important to note that in some countries around the world, in particular for exported product, the test method is completely different. The chicken skin is sterilized using a blow-torch or iodine solution, then the skin is removed using sterile tweezers and a sample of deep breast muscle is taken and tested for Salmonella. It is interesting that Salmonella is never found using this technique, allowing the company/country to boldly state that they do not have any Salmonella on their poultry. This is misleading and causes great confusion. By this testing method, a company could say that their chicken is sterile, which is of course, impossible. Meanwhile, the USDA-FSIS is forcing companies in the US that are in Category 2 or 3 to post their Salmonella prevalence, names, addresses and USDA Plant Numbers (P-numbers) on the internet for the world to see. Poultry companies in the US are placed in a very difficult situation. They are required to use chemicals in the plants to lower Salmonella to acceptable levels for the USDA. They do an excellent job in this regard. However, because they use chemicals, they cannot export to Europe. Moreover, they cannot use cost-effective measures such as competitive exclusion to control Salmonella during grow-out because they are too expensive or are against the law due to FDA regulations. Even though they effectively lower Salmonella to 7.5 per cent nationwide on post-chill carcasses, this is not acceptable to countries that have a 'zero tolerance' for Salmonella regulation for imported poultry, which is based on an inaccurate testing method. To add to the difficulty, now the companies that are in Category 2 or 3 of the Salmonella performance standard must have their Salmonella data posted on the internet, which eliminates their exportation to 'zero tolerance' countries. The total number of people who have salmonellosis is far greater (42.8 per 100,000 people in Sweden versus the US where it is 14.9 per 100,000 people) in a country where extraordinarily expensive measures are used to eliminate Salmonella from the flocks prior to processing.
5. Chickens sick with salmonella will be weak, lethargic, have purplish combs and wattles, a decreased appetite and increased thirst. Plus you will see distinct white, sulfur yellow or green diarrhea. In some cases, joints might be swollen and blindness might occur from swelling in the eyes. If your birds were laying, production will be drastically reduced. The symptoms of Salmonella infection can be indicative of other illnesses, too, such as Colibacillosis or Newcastle, and it is necessary to consult a vet to get a firm diagnosis. The reason that large outbreaks of chickens ill with salmonella occur in large factory farms---the reason that it gets to the point of enormous recalls involving millions-of-eggs---is because factory farms do not care properly for their birds. They don't notice when the birds get sick, because if the birds are in tiny cages, it's not as if they can then identify that the birds are any more weak or lethargic than usual in the conditions provided. Factory farmed birds can't normally even stretch their wings because the cages are so small. Workers at factory farms don't monitor appetite for a single bird. They won't notice when a chicken doesn't seem to be foraging as much as usual, because their birds are fed on conveyor belts. And they aren't really monitoring droppings, either. Factory farms are places where dead bird are often not noticed for many days. Salmonella bacteria are found in small concentrations nearly everywhere in the environment; it occurs in cat poo, dog poo, wild bird poo... and human poo.
6. The FDA has been actively implementing the Generating Antibiotics Incentives Now (GAIN) Act, a provision of the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act (FDASIA), to promote the development of antibacterial and antifungal drugs. The White House convened a “Forum on Antibiotic Stewardship” to bring together key human and animal health constituencies involved in antibiotic stewardship. FDA served as a key Federal Animal Health expert during the forum and engaged with stakeholders to gain the commitments sought by the White House. Key human and animal health stakeholders committed to implement changes over the next five years to slow the emergence of resistant bacteria, and prevent the spread of resistant infections. FDA published the Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) final rule in June 2015, and in September 2015, FDA issued revised Guidance for Industry #120, “Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) Regulation Questions and Answers.” These publications are an important piece of the overall strategy to promote the judicious use of antimicrobials in food-producing animals and brings the use of these drugs under veterinary supervision so that they are used only when necessary for assuring animal health. There have however been multiple outbreaks of Salmonella in poultry products, chicken and eggs, across the nation, in the winter of 2017 – 2018. Antibiotic treatment of Salmonella bacteria contamination in poultry is with a veterinary feed directive for metronidazole and hygiene. It is not necessary to instantly kill Salmonella infected chickens. After one week of, metronidazole veterinary feed directive and hygiene treatment, chicken manure should be retested. Chickens and eggs must not be introduced into commerce for the arbitrary duration of one month after they are cured and have discontinued metronidazole veterinary feed and hygiene treatment for Salmonella. Only flocks found to be infected after one month of “metronidazole veterinary feed directive and hygiene treatment” should be euthanized.
Sam O’Neil, Poultry Inspector (just joking)