As Jerome R. Corsi explained in his World Net Daily article,
D’Souza’s defense counsel Benjamin Brafman provided evidence to the court that the psychiatrist D’Souza was ordered to see found no indication of depression or reason for medication. In addition, the psychologist D’Souza subsequently consulted provided a written statement concluding there was no need to continue the consultation, because D’Souza was psychologically normal and well adjusted.
But Judge Berman, who was appointed by Bill Clinton, disagreed, effectively overruling the judgment of the two licensed psychological counselors the U.S. probation department had approved as part of D’Souza’s criminal sentence.
Judge Berman insisted he overruled the psych professionals’ diagnosis because he “wanted to be helpful.”
How nice that the attempt to re-educate D’Souza was ordered under a veneer of good intentions.
Dinesh D’Souza spoke with Megyn Kelly after his months in confinement:
Source: World Net Daily