A bit defensive and prone to misconstruing things aren't we???
No one here has made comment one way or another concerning Darlene, her character, or her mental status, in fact it was people at this site who insisted that non member posters back up what they were saying rather than just making wild rants and accusations. Unfortunately for Darlene, they did.
The current discussion was over the most current court order in the matter in that none of us understood why it was worded the way it was, and still don't for that matter, although you have supplied a little useful background in the matter. And no one has implied anything other than curiosity over the order, and made no suppositions beyond that, and no one has said, implied, or called her "nuts", those are your words, not ours.
Somehow, I think it is a bit more complicated than that. If you don't want to get placed on suicide watch or sent for evaluation, it is always wisest not to make comments of that variety within the hearing of a judge, or someone who has to by law report them, so which is it? Now if she is on, or going to be placed on, as you suggest, anti- depressants, that is understandable considering the stress she would currently be under, and is what it is, and implies nothing beyond that fact.
I would, under other circumstances, say I was sorry that the earlier opinions and statements made by outside posters hurt your, your family's, or Darlene's feelings, but baring that they might have been made with less than altruistic reasons, they did, and still do for that matter, seem to have been heart felt and honest representations by those individuals and of the situation, and the indisputable fact that Darlene is now under indictment and arrest on those very charges rather mitigates any tendency towards sympathy or credulity I might otherwise have had. The truth is an absolute defense, however painful or unpleasant it may be.
To paraphrase what a previous poster has said, if Darlene were a "good-hearted" person, she would not have been involved in what she was doing, as what she was doing sounds very much like a concerted effort at serious financial fraud. Based on the indictment, and the other things I have looked at so far, Darlene does not at all appear to be a "good-hearted" person, and I suspect that this latest involvement with the law will prove most unpleasant for her.
At the moment, I have no real opinion one way or another concerning Darlene herself, and I figure the courts can sort that out and settle the rest of it in due time.
The fact that you sincerely and wholeheartedly believe that the “Law of Gravity” is unconstitutional and a violation of your sovereign rights, does not absolve you of adherence to it.