Last week’s now widely publicized illegal detention and forcible drugging of the 2022 Alaska Principal of the Year Mary Fulp demands a full public accounting on multiple fronts. Alaskans deserve clear answers to the following questions:
–What evidence did a judge consider with regard to whether Colony High School Principal Mary Fulp was a danger to herself or to others?
— Did a judge issue an unlawful and incomplete order directing the Alaska State Troopers to forcibly take her from her home?
— What, if any, consequences will this judge face?
— Was Fulp, in any way, targeted for her religious beliefs?
— Why were the Troopers under the impression that they had the right demand that Fulp be transported to a medical facility?
— Who gave the final order?
— Why did Mat-Su Regional Hospital agree to lock Fulp into a room, strap her down and inject her with psychotropic drugs against her will, even though there was no valid court order to do so?
— How can Alaska’s involuntary detainment laws be amended to ensure that this never happens again?
Alaskans of all political and ideological stripes must demand a full and transparent accounting from all parties involved in this injustice. The injustices done to Mary Fulp should be a rousing wake-up call for us all.
— Click here to contact Alaska State senators.
— Click here to contact Alaska State representatives.
— Click here to contact Gov. Mike Dunleavy.
— Click here to contact Alaska Dept. of Public Safety Commissioner James Cockrell.
— Call (907) 861-6792 here to contact the Administration at Mat-Su Regional Health Facility. Call (907) 861-6849 to contact the hospital’s public relations director.