Friday, September 30, 2011

URGENT: Hearing Scheduled

Monday 10/3/2011 8:45am

There is an unexpected hearing listed as a "Status Hearing" scheduled for MONDAY, October 3rd, 2011 8:45am for william hamilton ayres, accused of molesting many young boys under the guise of providing psychiatric care.

ayres, the one time president of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry has been stringing the courts along for more than 4 years, ultimately avoiding prosecution by convincing the San Mateo County District attorney that he is incompetent, in spite of the fact that two of three court appointed evaluating doctors found him to be competent. (The other doctor also originally found him to be competent, but changed her mind on the day the competency trial was set to begin.) But YOU can decide for yourself. There is video and a professional surveillance report showing him to be behaving in a very competent fashion, and even joking about using the Alzheimer's excuse to his advantage with "very good friends" Larry Lurie, M.D., and Robert Kimmich M.D, both San Francisco shrinks and past presidents of the Northern California Psychiatric Society, a pathetic organization from which a great number of past officers were signatories of a letter pleading for financial help for child molester ayres while he was on trial. (Lurie was also the author of the lovely letter)


  1. The San Mateo District Attorney's office is both corrupt and a joke.

  2. Hard to believe after the San Mateo DA's corrupt mishandling of the Ayres case, but there are DA's offices elsewhere in the country who actually come down hard on sex offenders who are pretending to be mentally incompetent.

    As in Utah, for example:

    Freed sex offender returning to Utah
    September 27, 2011

    "A sex offender who was freed in April despite facing 20 new child sex abuse counts is coming back to Utah for a psychological evaluation. The evaluation could lead to a trial for Lonnie Hyrum Johnson, 39. Johnson returned to the state Tuesday from Oregon, where he was living with his sister, a Utah County prosecutor said. Johnson returned without a law enforcement escort."


    "...After multiple evaluations, the judge had found Lonnie Johnson incompetent to stand trial and, based on a doctor’s report, unlikely to ever be able to do so. Prosecutors, however, believe Lonnie Johnson could be restored to competency, based on new information from the defendant’s one-time physician at the Utah State Hospital.

    An affidavit from psychiatrist Peter Heinbecker reports "inconsistencies" between the defendant’s "behavioral and cognitive functioning." The report cites examples of Lonnie Johnson being able to meet goals, interact with others and teach himself to learn new techniques by reading manuals...."

  3. Did the San Mateo DA's office notify ANY of the in-statute victims about this hearing, as Marsy's Law stipulates them to do?

  4. Does anybody STiLL think he's going to do any time??? It certainly looks as if the DA doesn't want him to.

  5. Anonymous @October 12, 2011 4:38 PM:

    The DA has never wanted ayres to do any time. San Mateo County is too incestuously involved with ayres, and the cost of judicial review of the juvenile cases ayres was involved in over the decades would be staggering - not to mention possible lawsuits...

    No, I don't think many of us ever expected him to be locked up.