Received, concerning:

Joanne Peacher HMP Grampian prisoner 138766.

Tablets make you hear voices to tell you to kill yourself when you don’t take them the voices tell you to threaten the police or social workers.

I beg  you to help my wife the reasons are all below.

Andy  01444  390270

Child hood rapes ​

We received this email from the child abuse enquiry panel.

From: Sent: ‎Wednesday‎, ‎1‎ ‎July‎ ‎2015 ‎17‎:‎34 To: Freedom Talk Radio

Dear Mr Peacher 

Thank you for your email to Ms O’Brien. 

The inquiry has not started yet. The Scottish Government has said that the Inquiry will start no later than 1 October. 

Once the Inquiry begins its work, it will have to carry out investigations and gather evidence. As part of these investigations, we will want to speak to people (including your wife) about their experiences as children in care. 

We will keep a copy of your email and someone from the Inquiry team will be in touch with you once investigations are underway. 

Thank you again for getting in touch. 

Historical Child Abuse Inquiry

We currently live in caithness to be nearer our children and was wondering can you do a follow up story asap.

Joanne is currently in hmp grampian in peterhead prison number  138766.

see this press artlcle =  


“Accused said to have been acting on “voices in my head”

A WOMAN made repeated phone calls to her local police station threatening to petrol bomb it, Wick Sheriff Court heard today.

Joanne Peacher, 46, was said to be acting on “voices in my head”. She pleaded guilty to causing annoyance and inconvenience to officers and was remanded in custody.

The court heard that the police received three 999 bomb threats, at their Wick headquarters between Saturday and Sunday. Suspicion fell on Peacher who was interviewed and admitted sending the messages, blaming “the voices” which got louder when she didn’t take her medication.
David Barclay, prosecuting, said that the voices also told her to self-harm. The fiscal made the point that the police were dealing with three other major inquiries in Caithness over the weekend and the bomb threat had stretched their resources even further.

Mr Barclay continued: “Clearly, given the ominous nature, the messages were being taken seriously and some officers were given the dedicated task of carry out a search of the police station perimeter.”

Solicitor Patrick O’ Dea said he had spoken to Peacher’s husband who said that his wife had had difficulty, recently, regarding her medication for “auditory hallucinations” and he was uncertain whether she had stopped taking it, or if it was no longer having the desired effect.

Mr O’ Dea went on: “If that is the case, Mrs Peacher is in poor health and her symptoms are continuing to exist. She does not wish to offend but the voices are also telling her to take her own life so she is in a very difficult position indeed.”

Remanding the accused, Sheriff Andrew Berry, who observed that Peacher, of 55 Kennedy Terrace, Wick, had previous convictions of a similar nature including a prison sentence in the North of England, told her: “I am concerned about your own safety and security, as well as the public interest.”
Peacher will reappear for sentence on July 10.”



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Dear Governor of Grampian Prison,  

Healthcare In Prison @ Social Work/Probation.

 Ref Joanne Peacher, Prison ID 138766   

I am Andy Peacher 01444 390270 Joanne’s Carer and Husband i have been trying to tell the English authorities for 2 years that Joanne needs therapy she needs to be kept busy recently Joanne asked her probation worker for help in finding education this lady didn’t know i then got Joanne a suitable place when we told them the truth they took away the offer on probations advice. 

This nightmare against the authorities and against me and Joanne can stop as soon as people meet round a table and as part of a reoffending programme can help me help Joanne and Joanne to help herself.  

This meeting with health prison social work and prison should be done before Joanne leaves prison and i should be present we do not need Joanne in prison again. 


My wife Joanne Peacher is in urgent need of her medication review by a team of specialists who have success in treating victims of abuse.  

She is not Mentally ill, she is suffering from COMPLEX  PTSD or one of the conditions below,as a result of being raped by priests and nuns in Nazareth House, Glasgow in the late 70’s early 80’s, and as a result of our two children being kidnapped from us and abused in care in Scotland.  

The police, having failed to properly investigate the nuns and priests, have now brought Alegations and Charges against Joanne and justice has been Prevented Manipulatively  regarding the crimes committed against her person.  

Her problem is not the drugs, but the way in which her cause is being managed with drugs rather than remedy and support. 

 Most of her symptoms are drug induced as a result of inappropriately prescribed anti-depressants which are causing her to become psychotic, hearing voices, and the anti-psychotics which are aggravating her C/ PTSD, which remains untreated whilst the criminal nuns and priests are at large.  

  Joanne has been subjected to long-term drug induced toxicity and has exacerbated  in a system which denies crimes against children and fails to take them seriously justice has been consistently in the lack of investigation  in joannes case.  

Police want to arrest and charge courts want to punish and accept statements from mental health teams in grimsby that are untrue. 

References in Joannes Story Of Abuse  these are the facts in this story i am no expert but you are this is the diagnosis  Fix my wife please.


2007  Borderline personality disorder

2014   personality disorder undefined.


Joannes Story

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