As the above medical certificate indicates, the author suffered from a "nervous disorder" which was the result of all the abuse and extreme oppression he had been subjected to ... and certainly did not suffer from "Paranoid Schizophrenia" as it was alleged by corrupt police on admission at this psychiatric hospital. The author was involontarily taken by corrupt police to Wolston Park Psychiatric Hospital in Gailes (near Ipwich) when the author loudly denounced the fallacy fabricated by mainstream media about the alleged Paul Hogan authorship of the original story for the said film.
The viewer is invited to make a mental note of the date of admission recorded on this medical certificate and compare this date with the date on which the Forms 250 were signed. These forms 250 are published under the heading "Estoppel".
The highly charged emotional feelings filled with outrage experienced by the author in May 1984 were translated into the lyrics and music of the song "Break me Shake me" as demonstrated in its finished artistic form by the above video. The author had even specified that he wanted a band from Queensland to perform this particular song and had even selected the words which make up the name of the band : "Savage Garden" based on a derogatory remark that was made about indigenous people by one of the members of the gang building culverts along "Station Road" in Proserpine in 1983.
The viewer is invited to conduct a google search (using the below search box) about the above mentioned psychiatrist in regards to the song entitled : "The colour of My Love" by Celine Dion - or access the information published under the heading of this site titled : "Tracking the Plagiarists" ... and the viewer is invited to draw his/her own conclusion ...