|“||And more lately, my psychic links to not only the Earth, with Cwcville and Comma, in C-197, but This 1218’s Earth Too! I even had Two-plus Moments of that while I was talking with my appointed psychiatrist at Region 10, during The Hour. Even she was flabbergasted, and she Has her Degree in Psychiatry from a Good School.||”|
The Therapeutic Docket in Albemarle and Charlottesville is a court diversion program for offenders "diagnosed with serious and persistent mental illness", which offers routine meetings with courthouse staff and mandated participation in therapy programs as an alternative to jail.
Chris was placed into the program for his March 2018 offense in trespassing at the Fashion Square Mall from which he had been permanently banned since 2014 for pepper spraying a GameStop employee. He was on the Docket program for nine months, from 10 July 2018 until 23 April 2019.
The Docket was a complete failure in Chris's case. During his time in the program, he ignored several of its requirements and also failed to benefit from the psychiatrist he was mandated to see, instead retreating to his imaginary world, even during appointments. Despite this, similar to the institutions behind Chris's education, he was passed along until graduation from the program.
The Therapeutic Docket was implemented in Albemarle/Charlottesville in February 2018, only a month prior to Chris's trespassing offense – a stroke of luck for him, as without the program to fall back on, the outcome would likely have been a jail sentence.
The Docket is structured into three phases with progressively steeper requirements. Completion of a phase results in less frequent court check-ins. Upon completing the program, the court may dismiss the original criminal charge.
As part of the Docket requirements, Chris was mandated to keep routine appointments with a psychiatrist and a therapy group at Region Ten. A couple weeks after being placed on the Docket, Chris vented his frustrations over having to do so:
|I am only going to say this Once for those who may think me as delusional, crazy or shit like that. I am Not delusional, crazy, or anything of the sort.
I’ve already talked with psychiatrists and therapists years ago, so any new such meetings would be a very moot point.
Chris was required to meet with the Boost support group. According to the Region Ten website:
|Boost is a wellness service for Region Ten consumers interested in improving health, managing stress, increasing movement, learning about healthy eating, and working on eliminating bad habits such as smoking.|
Chris mentioned on Twitter that he went on nature walks with the group.
Since Chris's case file with Region Ten began shortly after the Guard Dogs rescued Chris from the Idea Guys, Guard Dog Null tried to have Chris talk to his mental health providers about the alleged extortion by the Idea Guys, in an attempt to get the ball rolling on an investigation. However, Chris was hesitant to bring up the matter, instead preferring to babble about his imaginary friends during his mental health appointments.
|This is some thinkary to wake up to. I can bring the event up next time I go to [REDACTED] and meet with my respective people there. They are aware of my loves and I and Cwcville, as of right now, but I will have to be cautious in telling them what Wise and Boyd pretended to be to extort out of me. I don't want to tell them about my Reality Stone.|
Chris continued to use his mental health sessions as an outlet to express his beliefs, telling his psychiatrist about his Dimensional Merge-related beliefs in December 2018 and leaving her "flabbergasted". In March 2019, Guard Dog Marvin stated:
|Chris has been telling his therapists in great detail about his insane shit for a long time. Like in detail and he gets cranky if they don't let him tell everything the way he wants.|
In January 2019, the mental health team taught Chris a new term to add to his persecution complex – PTSD. Chris had told them about the Nathanael Greene Elementary School incident, in which Chris, while in fourth grade, had an autistic meltdown and had to be restrained.
|“||You may blame my psychiatrist at Region 10 for making me remember||”|
|Chris's excuse for throwing a temper tantrum on Twitter in which he claimed to have PTSD over the Nathanael Greene incident.|
Chris's usage of PTSD came to a head later that month, when he found himself blocked over Twitter by members of TF2 Analysis. During his whining and raging over the blocks, Chris tried to guilt people into lifting their blocks by claiming the situation was giving him PTSD.
|I Can Not Move On. It all is going to attack me PTSD Style if left unchecked and I am left Blocked by them. And as hard as I try to move forward, and I Have Tried, it is Unavoidable!|
|“||My mom and I, with vouchers, compliments of the Therapeutic Docket, went to watch #ChristopherRobin yesterday. It is a really, truly lovely movie.||”|
|Chris, proudly mentioning one of his gift rewards from the Docket program.|
The Docket offers incentives such as praise from the judge, applause from the court audience and gifts such as tokens, movie tickets and gift cards in exchange for complying with program terms. Despite this, Chris repeatedly flouted several of the Docket's guidelines and rules during his time in the program, with barely a slap on the wrist received in consequence.
- One of the Docket's rules is to "have no new criminal charges". Chris ignored this in March 2019, when he twice trespassed – and luckily avoided being caught – at the abandoned DeJarnette hospital, as shown in Ghost Hunt and Goodwill Offering and Kindest Wishes – ironic, as his placement in the Docket stemmed from a trespass charge in the first place.
- Another rule is to "remain drug- and alcohol-free", with the possibility of being subjected to random drug tests. Chris, however, elected to smoke weed with the Teen Troon Squad around October 2018, evidenced when he angrily tweeted, "I Am Not High All The Time."
- Phases Two and Three of the Docket require "demonstrat[ing] stability with regards to housing and financial management". Chris instead made some of his most egregious begs in the history of the Financhu Crisis – including claiming his mother and pets would starve if fans didn't donate, only to buy several video games; publicly asking for donations to attend a Pmurt protest in Hawaii, while admitting privately he had no intention of making the trip; and promising a tenfold repayment rate after the Dimensional Merge. He was also sued by Midland Funding (in September 2018), Second Round Sub (in October 2018) and Portfolio Recovery Associates (in April 2019) for failure to pay debts.
Chris was promoted to the final Phase Three of the Docket in December 2018 and his court check-ins reduced to once-per-month. In March 2019, Chris was penalized with a sanction for an unknown reason, when he was temporarily set back to the Phase Two scheduling (bimonthly court check-ins). However, on 23 April 2019, the Docket saw fit to graduate him from the program, whereupon his Fashion Square Mall trespass charge was officially dismissed.
Chris's experience with the Docket did nothing to improve his view of law enforcement. Only a few months later, Chris nearly got in legal trouble again when he defiantly kicked a police car in retribution for the times the police had dared to get in his way.
- July 2018 social media posts#Chris insists he isn't delusional, refuses to see a psychiatrist about it
- Guard Dog chats
- Jackson Dalton
- August 2019 social media posts#Chris caused a fender-bender and kicked a cop car; discovers he's blacklisted from Papa Johns
|The places of Christian Weston Chandler's life|
Chris's education: Greene County Primary School | James Madison University | Providence Middle School | Nathanael Greene Elementary School | Manchester High School | Piedmont Virginia Community College (not to be confused with Private Villa of Corrupted Citizens)
Other attraction locations: University of Virginia | Charlottesville Fashion Square (Abercrombie & Fitch | Chick-fil-A | Pac Sun | Starbucks) | Wal-Mart (McDonald's) | Target | The GAMe PLACe | Impulse Gay Social-Club | Fridays After Five
Other places Chris has visited: Anytime Fitness | Best Buy | Burger King | Country Cookin | "Create-a-Crear Workshop" | Cville Pride | The End Games | GameStop | Golden Corral | McIntire Park | Region Ten | Snooky's Pawn Shop | Taco Bell