Hospital Diagnosis

Abdulrahman was admitted to 3 centers where he was diagnosed with various conditions.

Kuwaiti Center of Psychiatric Health

In March 2014, Abdulrahman was admitted to the Kuwaiti Center of Psychiatric Health for 40 days, and discharged with a diagnosis of polysubstance, Cluster B Personality Disorder and major depressive disorder. He was readmitted after 40 days for another shorter hospitalization.


Center for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)

In July 2014, Abdulrahman was admitted at CAMH after admitting to a doctor that he had attempted to asphyxiate himself. He did well at this institution receiving medication and healthy social contact with his peers. He became a voluntary patient and cooperated with the program. During his stay, his psychotic and intermittent sleep patterns were resolved with medication. Also, his mood and and anxiety symptoms responded well in this environment.

Alriyada Center Hospital

Abdulrahman spent 7 months at this hospital. Abdulrahman was diagnosed with bipolar emotional disorder, fits of obsession, and fits of depression with psychotic features. During these fits, he is very chatty, does not sleep much, is not aware of himself, and does not abide by his promises and statements.

After Abdulrahman was arrested and put in prison, his defense team had 3 doctors submit their medical findings.

Next: Dr. Katherine Porterfield Assessment

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"What makes this story even more disturbing is that the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) knowingly participated in this sting with the FBI. They unlawfully obtained Abdulrahman’s medical records that described his mental health vulnerabilities and provided them to the FBI to better manipulate this damaged youth.

This raises serious human rights concerns of discriminatory investigations, targeting vulnerable youths such as Abdulrahman, who had no previous history of violence or criminality, until drawn in by a U.S. government actively involved in developing the plot, persuading and pressuring the target to participate."

Dennis Edney

Canadian Defence lawyer